The Thin White Duke. Ziggy Stardust. Screaming Lord Byron. Or just David Bowie. Whatever he chooses to call himself, he's pretty much always churning out good tunes (all opinions are, naturally, those of Nick Nack Blog Attack Ltd. and should be taken as you will). I wouldn't say that I'm a massive Bowie fan but I do like a lot of his stuff. And, whilst perusing tunes on the old portable music system today, I realised that I like a lot of his songs that aren't necessarily held up to be classics.
Oh, sure, I like all the classics (Life On Mars?, Space Oddity, Changes, Ashes To Ashes, Heroes, etc., etc.) but I feel that some of his work is being unfairly overlooked. Now, don't worry, I'm not about to stand up and sing the praises of Tin Machine (there are limits, after all) but here are a few for your consideration.
Loving The Alien
Taken from the album Tonight, released in 1984:-
Jump They Say
Taken from the album Black Tie White Noise, released in 1993:-
The Heart's Filthy Lesson
Remixed by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and originally on the concept album Outside from 1995:-
Taken from...well, you know (OK, so this one isn't under-appreciated but there's always room for a bit of Henson...)