Fascination (David Bowie song)

Fascination (David Bowie Song)

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Fascination (David Bowie song)

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"Fascination" is a song written by British singer-songwriter David Bowie and American musician Luther Vandross for Bowie's Young Americans album in 1975. The song originated from a Vandross song called "Funky Music" which Mike Garson Band used to play before Bowie concerts in 1974. An alternate mix appeared on the Sound and Vision box set, though this was replaced with the original on the 2003 reissue.

While Bowie has never performed this track live in concert, it was rehearsed for potential inclusion in Bowie's set at the 1985 London Live Aid concert, though, along with "China Girl," it was eventually dropped from his final set list.


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In popular culture

The song is played on the radio station Liberty Rock Radio, hosted by Bowie's former collaborator Iggy Pop, on the 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV. This is also the second Grand Theft Auto game, after San Andreas, to feature a track from the Young Americans album (Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas features the track Somebody Up There Likes Me on the fictional radio station K-DST).

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