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9 thoughts on “ Cat People (Putting Out Fire)

  1. Lyrics to 'Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)' by David Bowie. See these eyes so green / I can stare for a thousand years / Colder than the moon / It's been so long / And I've been putting out fire / With gasoline /.
  2. David Bowie "Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)": See these eyes so green I can stare for a thousand years Colder than the moon Well, it's been so lo David Bowie - Cat People (Putting Out The Fire) Lyrics | genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo
  3. Jul 31,  · Cat People (Putting Out Fire) One of the most surprising song choices in “Inglourious Basterds” might just be the use of David Bowie’s “Cat People (Putting Out Fire)”. The scene in which it’s used comes in toward the end of the film, as Tarantino’s heroine, Shoshanna prepares to host a group of Nazi’s at her theater.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (From The Original Soundtrack) on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - ,MCA Records - • Format: Vinyl 7.
  5. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Lyrics About “Cat People (Putting Out Fire)” 1 contributor This song was originally recorded in July , having been written by David Bowie .
  6. "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" is a song recorded by English musician by David Bowie, released as the title track of the film Cat People. Recorded in July , the song was written by Bowie with Italian producer Giorgio Moroder. The recording has been described as one of "the finest of Bowie's recordings of the s".
  7. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) David Bowie. out of 5 stars $ Cat People Various artists. out of 5 stars $ Cat People (Putting out Fire) [ Remaster] David Bowie. out of 5 stars 1. $ Legacy (Deluxe Edition) David Bowie. out /5(42).
  8. The theme song, " Cat People (Putting Out Fire) ", was performed by David Bowie, who wrote the lyrics to music composed by Giorgio Moroder. The song was released as a single in , and Bowie included a re-recorded version of the song on his album Let's Dance ().
  9. This was originally recorded as the theme song for director Paul Shrader's remake of the horror film Cat People. German producer Giorgio Moroder had already recorded most of the music and Shrader asked Bowie to write the words and record the main theme. The movie is about a family with a tendency to turn into panthers.

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