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Austin Perez
Austin Perez

Cat People (Putting Out Fire)



I appreciate that there are people who really like Tonight or NLMD, and I can even understand why they might be annoyed by the constant criticism of those albums but as I see it this is a forum where different Bowie fans express their different opinions and unless col1234 decides otherwise I think it should stay that way.




Cat People (Putting Out Fire)


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1. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Single version - David Bowie 2.The Autopsy - Giorgio Moroder 3.Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Edit / Let's Dance Edit Version - David Bowie 4. Irena's Theme - Giorgio Moroder 5.Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Album Original Version - David Bowie 6.Night Rabbit - Giorgio Moroder 7. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) - David Bowie and Stevie Ray Vaughan 8. Leopard Tree Dream - Giorgio Moroder 9.Cat People ( Putting out fire ) Spiral mix by Gonzzo Stone Age - David Bowie 10.Cat People ( Putting out fire ) 12" (Australia) - David Bowie 11. The Myth - Giorgio Moroder 12.Paul's Theme (Jogging Chase) - Giorgio Moroder 13.Cat People ( Putting out fire ) Original VS Let's Dance version - David Bowie 14.To The Bridge - Giorgio Moroder 15.Cat People ( Putting out fire ) Wänz Version - David Bowie 16.Transformation Seduction - Giorgio Moroder 17. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (2018 Remastered Version) - David Bowie 18.Bring The Prod - Giorgio Moroder 19. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Live '83, 2018 Remastered Version - David Bowie 20.Cat People ( Paul's Theme edit) - Giorgio Moroder.................David Bowie's "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" released as the title track of the 1982 erotic horror film Cat People. Recorded in July 1981, the song was written by Bowie with Italian producer Giorgio Moroder. The 1981 recording has been described as one of "the finest of Bowie's recordings of the 1980s". A re-recorded version of the song, created a year and a half later, appears on the album Let's Dance (1983). The director Paul Schrader engaged Bowie for a theme song in 1981, with Moroder having already recorded most of the music. Bowie was to put lyrics to the main theme. The B-side is a Moroder-only instrumental which featured no input from Bowie.The song itself, in keeping with the dark tone of the film, has some goth rock influences, with Bowie singing in a deep baritone croon while being backed up by a female chorus. Bowie's octave leap on the word "gasoline" has been called "a magnificent moment" and "among the most thrilling moments he ever committed to tape". 041b061a72


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