Golden Rope

Album: Chaosmosis (2016)
  • This art rocker harkens back to the late David Bowie in his '70s heyday. Vocalist Bobby Gillespie told The Sun: "It's just sleazy, decadent rock 'n' roll sax, like on The Man Who Sold The World. No one does it any more, though Bowie had some extraordinary sax on his new (Blackstar) album."

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