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James Murphy’s "Hello Steve Reich Mix for the DFA" was released as the fifth single from Bowie’s 24th studio album The Next Day as a promotion for The Next Day Extra. Bowie wrote, shot, and edited the music video himself for a cost of US$12.99; the cost of the flash drive he had to buy to save the video on his camera. Done over the course of 72 hours, the entire video was recorded by Bowie in his Manhattan apartment.
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Views: 356
Added: 2 years ago
Duration: 04:11
Videos: 335
Subscribers: 182
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James Murphy’s "Hello Steve Reich Mix for the DFA" was released as the fifth single from Bowie’s 24th studio album The Next Day as a promotion for The Next Day Extra. Bowie wrote, shot, and edited the music video himself for a cost of US$12.99; the cost of the flash drive he had to buy to save the video on his camera. Done over the course of 72 hours, the entire video was recorded by Bowie in his Manhattan apartment.
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