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 Bauhaus's "Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle" is an original UK 7" PS single vinyl release from 1982. The single features the band's cover of David Bowie's classic track "Ziggy Stardust", along with their original track "Third Uncle". Bauhaus's post-punk sound and gothic style make this single a must-have for fans of the genre. The song "BAUHAUS - Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle" "Ziggy Stardust" is a song written by David Bowie in 1972 .

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Arun beg 83 a2 w-L

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Gothic Rock, Punk 
The album: "BAUHAUS - Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle" was produced by: Bauhaus and released by arrangement of the BBC
EG Music Ltd
Sound/Recording Engineer(s):
This album was recorded at:
Beggars Banquet Beg 03
7" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record 
1982 Made in UK
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: BAUHAUS - Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Peter Murphy – vocals and guitar
  • Daniel Ash – guitar
  • David J – bass guitar
  • Kevin Haskins – drums and congas in "Third Uncle"
Complete Track-listing of the album "BAUHAUS - Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle"

The detailed tracklist of this record "BAUHAUS - Ziggy Stardust / Third Uncle" is:

    Side One:
  1. Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie)
    Side Two:
  1. Third Uncle (Brian Eno)

    Brian Eno The 1970s and 1980s marked a transformative period in the world of music, with experimentation and innovation at the forefront of artistic endeavors. One name that stands out prominently during this era is Brian Eno, a multifaceted musician, producer, and visionary who left an indelible mark on the European music scene.

    The Ambient Pioneer:

    Brian Eno, born in Woodbridge, Suffolk, in 1948, began his musical journey as a member of the glam rock band Roxy Music . However, it was his departure from the band in the early 1970s that allowed him to fully embrace his avant-garde inclinations. Eno's ambient music, characterized by atmospheric soundscapes and minimalistic compositions, became synonymous with the era.


    Eno's solo albums during the 1970s, such as "Music for Airports" (1978) and "Another Green World" (1975), exemplified his ability to create immersive sonic environments. His work in ambient music not only reflected the cultural and technological shifts of the time but also laid the foundation for an entirely new genre that would continue to influence artists for decades to come.

    Collaborations with Iconic Bands:

    Apart from his solo ventures, Brian Eno's collaborative efforts with some of the most iconic bands of the era solidified his reputation as a musical innovator. Eno's influence was particularly evident in his collaboration with the German electronic band Kraftwerk, where his production skills enhanced their groundbreaking albums, including "Autobahn" (1974) and "Radio-Activity" (1975).

    Eno's collaboration with David Bowie in the late 1970s produced a series of critically acclaimed albums, including "Low" (1977), "Heroes" (1977), and "Lodger" (1979). Eno's ambient textures and electronic experimentation played a pivotal role in shaping the sound of these albums, contributing to Bowie's reinvention and the broader evolution of popular music.

    Production Wizardry:

    Brian Eno's prowess as a producer extended beyond his collaborations with Bowie and Kraftwerk. His work with Talking Heads on the landmark album "Remain in Light" (1980) showcased his ability to blend diverse musical elements, incorporating African polyrhythms and avant-garde sensibilities. This collaboration marked a turning point for Talking Heads, propelling them into uncharted musical territories.

    Additionally, Eno's production work with U2 in the 1980s , particularly on "The Unforgettable Fire" (1984) and "The Joshua Tree" (1987), played a crucial role in shaping the band's sonic identity. His innovative production techniques and sonic landscapes elevated U2's sound to new heights, contributing to their global success.

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