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Life On Mars - Killer In The Television download album

  • Performer: Life On Mars
  • Album: Killer In The Television
  • FLAC: 1341 mb | MP3: 1963 mb
  • Released: 1998
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Life On Mars  - Killer In The Television download album

Life on Mars?" is a song by David Bowie first released in 1971 on the album Hunky Dory.

Official video for Life On Mars? by David Bowie. saddening bore For she's lived it ten times or more She could spit in the eyes of fools As they ask her to focus on Sailors fighting in the dance hall Oh man, look at those cavemen go It's the freakiest show Take a look at the lawman Beating up the wrong guy Oh man, wonder if he'll ever know.

Life On Mars ended with magic sprinkled all around, leaving us all to believe what we wanted to believe. I'll happily settle for that.

Life on Mars?", also known as "(Is There) Life on Mars?", is a song by David Bowie, first released in 1971 on the album Hunky Dory and also released as a single. The song, with cryptic lyrics by Bowie and prominent piano by Rick Wakeman. When released as a single in 1973, "Life on Mars?" reached number three in the UK Singles Chart and stayed on the chart for thirteen weeks. A music video was filmed by Mick Rock to promote the single release.

Television is the third album by American rock band Television. The album was released in 1992, fourteen years after the band's second studio album and subsequent break up in 1978. A video for "Call Mr. Lee" was filmed and aired on MTV to limited play. Television has generally been well received by critics.

The fourth episode of the second series of the British time travel police procedural television series, Life on Mars, was first broadcast on 13 March 2007. The episode, known erroneously as "Suburban Swingers", was produced by Kudos Film & Television for BBC One. The body of a young woman is found in wasteland.

Matthew Graham admitted that initially there were some worries over whether the production team would be able to license the song, which, had they been denied it, would have necessitated retitling the series. Series one was nominated for a British Academy Television Award (BAFTA) in the Best Drama Series category. John Simm was also nominated as Best Actor for his work on the show. The programme won the audience-voted Pioneer Award.

On Sam's iPod as he drives around, gets out of his car & is hit, then wakes up in the 1973. Signs, Five Man Electrical Band. Five Man Electrical Band. trending in Television. 4. Cold Little Heart.

Life On Mars? (оригинал David Bowie). Жизнь на Марсе? (перевод Дмитрий Глухих из Кирова). It's a god-awful small affair. Это чертовски маленькое дельце. To the girl with the mousy hair. Для девушки с волосами мышиного цвета. But her mummy is yelling "No". She could spit in the eyes of fools. Она могла плюнуть в глаза дуракам, As they ask her to focus on. Поскольку те просили ее сосредоточиться. Sailors fighting in the dance hall. Моряки дерутся в танцевальном зале. Oh man! Look at those cavemen go. О, человек! Взгляни на этих пещерных людей.

Life on Mars? is often considered one of the true masterpieces of the Bowie Canon. Originally released on the Hunky Dory album in 1971, it was made a single in 1973 during the height of Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust era. The song details the story of a young girl who wants to go the movies, while her parents are not completely behind the idea. She goes to the movies anyway to find entertainment and escape the mundane reality. In June 2013, it hit following the news that Mars rover Opportunity had found evidence for water on Mars. Finally, it was one of sixteen Bowie songs in the top 100 following his death. It hit – the highest of any Bowie song that week save for Heroes. There's a TV show named after this song? Created by Matthew Graham and starring John Simm, Life On Mars is about a police officer who wakes up in the 1970s after a car crash.

Tracklist

1 Killer In The Television
2 Blue
3 Girl In Lime Green
4 Fiona Apple