Daring music, refined visuals, renewed energy: when Anglo-Saxon rock exiled itself to Berlin to rekindle its inspiration...
In 1976, David Bowie was living in Los Angeles, floating in total paranoid delusion. He compared Mick Jagger’s charisma to Hitler’s, ate nothing but milk and bell peppers and, above all, was losing his creativity. In a lucid moment, he fled. Clearly, Berlin was a must.
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