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Since then the following albums were released to increasing critical acclaim as the Turn of the Millennium arrived.
In The '90s, Bowie returned to solo work with 1993's , which explored Drum N Bass.
The relatively short-lived Ziggy persona (about eighteen months) epitomised a career often marked by musical innovation, re-invention and striking visual presentation. Not entirely sure what to do next, he spent about a year continuing his funk-influenced act (while, at the same time, starting to show some influences from German bands like Kraftwerk and Neu!
) with his last "character", The Thin White Duke (showcased on his critically and commercially successful album ), a bizarre, thin, well-dressed European aristocrat who — much as Bowie himself did at this point — survived primarily on "red peppers, cocaine, and milk." He then confounded the expectations of both his record label and his American audiences by recording the minimalist album in 1979.) Arguably his most experimental works (until his last album, anyway), the so-called "Berlin Trilogy" albums (named for his place of residence during this period as he pulled himself out of addiction, although significant portions of was well-regarded by critics at the time; the other two were not).
Although both were successful commercially, they were unpopular critically speaking.
Eventually Bowie, dissatisfied with the results, moved on to front the (ahem) short-lived rock band Tin Machine.
The albums have since become Vindicated by History and are regarded as some of Bowie's strongest works.
The song "I'm Afraid of Americans" was notable for being remixed by Nine Inch Nails and issued as a single.
Trent Reznor also featured in the video as a stalker tracking down a paranoid Bowie.