Heroes" is the 12th studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on RCA Records on 14 October 1977. Of the three albums, it was the only one wholly recorded in Berlin.
Heroes is the second album in David Bowie’s Berlin period, where he traveled to Berlin, Germany to detox after battling a cocaine addiction. The other albums in his Berlin period are Low in 1977 and Lodger in 1979. This new detoxed Bowie is becoming accepted, and setting out the blueprint for electronic music for the next decade. Heroes has it all. It would be the album that every young budding musician would refer to for guidance and inspiration for the next decade, and beyond.
Repeating the formula of Low's rumental structure, Heroes develops and strengthens the sonic innovations David Bowie and Brian Eno explored on their first collaboration. The vocal songs are fuller, boasting harder rhythms and deeper layers of sound. Much of the harder-edged sound of Heroes is due to Robert Fripp's guitar, which provides a muscular foundation for the electronics, especially on the relatively conventional rock songs.
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Heroes' is a song by David Bowie, released as a single on September 23, 1977. This song is also a title track from Bowie's twelfth studio album, released on October 14, 1977. Story behind the song. The song was written during Bowie's "Berlin" period. Bowie moved to Berlin after burning out from touring and fame. He rented a cheap apartment above an auto-repair shop, where he wrote the album. This song was initially an instrumental composition, which title was a reference to the 1975 track "Hero" by the German band Neu!. Heroes" describes the story of two lovers, one from East and one from West Berlin
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