Jacob Elordi Calls David Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ Record ‘Overrated-Underrated’

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Jacob Elordi loves many things like animals, poems, and Australia. He’s also a big fan of music, especially David Bowie.

He talked about his favorite music in an interview with GQ and mentioned David Bowie’s album ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.’ Elordi thinks this album is really special and has been listening to it a lot. He especially likes a song called ‘Five Years’ because of how it sounds and feels.

“The ‘Ziggy Stardust’ album by David Bowie is overrated-underrated in my opinion. And just recently I’ve been listening to that album kind of in everything I do, particularly this song called ‘Five Years.’ I love the way it sounds and I love the way it feels.”

The album ‘Ziggy Stardust’ came out over 50 years ago and talks about fame, making mistakes, and finding out who you are in a world that keeps changing. It tells the story of a rock star from space named Ziggy Stardust.

David Bowie used this character, Ziggy, to talk about life in the early 1970s, like how people feel alone, understand themselves, and what they believe in.

The story follows Ziggy as he becomes famous, deals with fans and the media, and eventually falls because of his mistakes and people not understanding him. The last song, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide,’ shows Ziggy feeling empty despite being famous and looking for help.

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