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Provided to YouTube by Parlophone UK TVC15 2010 Harry Maslin Mix David Bowie TVC15 2010 JonesTintoretto Entertainment Co. LLC under 2010 Harry Maslin Mix. Исполнитель: David Bowie. feature My TVC 15, yeah, he just stares back unblinking So hologramic, oh, my TVC 15 One of these nights I may just, jump down that rainbow way Be with my baby, then well spend some time together So hologramic, oh, my TVC 15 My babys in there someplace Loves rating in the sky So hologramic, oh, my TVC 15. Oh oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh Transition Transmission Transition Transmission Oh, my TVC 15 Uh oh, TVC 15 Oh, my TVC 15 Uh oh, TVC 15 Oh, my TVC 15 Uh oh, TVC 15 Oh, my TVC 15 Uh. Stream TVC15 2010 Harry Maslin Mix by DavidBowieOfficial from desktop or your mobile device. TVC15 2010 Harry Maslin Mix. David Bowie. blue highlight denotes track pick. David Bowie 2016 1 songs. 1 TVC15 - 2010 Harry Maslin Mix. More albums from David Bowie. Baby Universal '97 - Single. Stay '97 - Single. Студийный альбом. The Man Who Sold the World. Hunky Dory. David Bowie Narrates Prokofievs Peter and the Wolf. Scary Monsters and Super Creeps. Lets Dance. Artist: David Bowie. Album: Who Can I Be Now 1974 - 1976, 2016. Has been played on. David Bowie quotes. I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring. TVC 15 is a song written and recorded by singer-songwriter David Bowie and released on his 1976 album Station to Station. The track was inspired by an episode in which Iggy Pop, during a drug-fueled period at Bowie's LA home, hallucinated and believed the television set was swallowing his girlfriend. Bowie developed a story of a holographic television, TVC 15. In the song, the narrator's girlfriend crawls into the television and afterwards, the narrator desires to crawl in himself to find her. TVC 15 is David Bowie at his buoyant best. Reportedly based on an Iggy Pop hallucination in which the proto-punk star believed the television set was swallowing his girlfriend, the boogie-woogie pop romp was Bowies second single from Station to Station in the UK. My favourite album: Station to Station by David Bowie. Read more. A 2010 mix of the track, by the albums original producer, Harry Maslin, is being made available for the first time on the Who Can I Be Now box set, which celebrates Bowies career from 1974 to 1976