Repetition (song)  

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"Repetition" is a song written by David Bowie in 1979 for the album Lodger. Bowie's exploration of a wife-basher’s mentality, sung in a deliberately unemotional tone that served to highlight the lyric and the unnatural slur of the bass guitar.

Musicians on this song:

Other releases

  • It was released as the B-side of the single "DJ" in June 1979.
  • The single release of "Yassassin" in June 1979 had this song as the B-side.
  • It also appeared as the B-side of the single "Look Back in Anger" in August 1979.
  • It was released as a picture disc in the RCA Life Time picture disc set.

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