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  • Space Oddity

    1 16.67%
  • Starman

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  • Fame

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  • Heroes

    2 33.33%
  • Ashes to Ashes

    0 0%
  • Under Pressure (w/Queen)

    0 0%
  • Let's Dance

    1 16.67%
  • China Girl

    0 0%
  • Absolute Beginners

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  • Other (specify in a comment)

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    Favourite David Bowie songs [merged]

    David Bowie's five most recent studio albums will be packaged together in the "David Bowie Box Set," due Nov. 27 via ISO/Columbia. "Outside" (1995), "Earthling" (1997), "Hours" (1999), "Heathen" (2002) and "Reality" (2003) will each include a bonus disc of rare tracks and will be housed in vinyl replica digipaks.

    The two-disc editions, which were compiled for international markets, are making their U.S. debuts in this package.

    "Outside" reunited Bowie with producer Brian Eno, who was behind the boards for the legendary series of '70s albums recorded in Berlin, "Low," "Lodger" and "Heroes." The set is a concept album of sorts centering around a detective, Nathan Adler, investigating the death of 14-year-old Baby Grace Blue.

    Bowie inhabits no less than seven characters throughout the set, perhaps best known for its top 20 hit on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart, "The Heart's Filthy Lesson." The bonus cuts include several mixes of that song and "Hallo Spaceboy," plus the non-album tracks "Get Real" and "Nothing To Be Desired."

    While the music is steeped in a hybrid of jungle, electronica and rock, a more down-to-earth spirit pervades "Earthling," which featured the single "I'm Afraid of Americans." The set was put to tape almost immediately following the "Outside" tour, as Bowie told Billboard at the time. "We came off the road feeling very excited about ourselves as a band, and I wanted to go in immediately and record something that really reflected that kind of energy."

    The two-disc edition features remixes of "Little Wonder," "I'm Afraid of Americans," "Dead Man Walking" and "Telling Lies," plus versions of "V-2 Schneider" and "Pallas Athena" performed by Bowie and his band under the name Tao Jones Index.

    Always a trailblazer when it comes to technology, Bowie made "Hours" the first full album by a major artist available for sale via digital download with the participation of retailers. He told Billboard at the time that the album was an attempt to write songs that "represent my age group. I wanted it to be reflective of the problems and anguishes of one specific generation."

    The updated version of the album sports remix of album tracks from Marius DeVries and Beck, four B-sides and an alternate version of "The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell" from the film "Stigmata," among others.

    Bowie transitioned from Virgin to ISO/Columbia for his first albums of the new century. "We weren't even tentative when we went in with 'Heathen'," he told Billboard in 2003. "We kind of knew that we would produce something really excellent, although we didn't know quite what it was going to be. And it just kind of fired our motors, I think. We charged into 'Reality' absolutely gung-ho that we really could do what we used to do, which is produce a signature sound and an interesting construct that would sound not like anybody else's work."

    The bonus cuts for "Heathen" and "Reality" are highlighted by remixes from Moby and Air, a cover of the Kinks' "Waterloo Sunset" and an outtake of the vintage track "Panic in Detroit."
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    I LOVE DAVID BOWIE, Fav Song= China Girl

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    Re: David Bowie Gets Boxed

    Quote Originally Posted by LatinoSTAR View Post
    I LOVE DAVID BOWIE, Fav Song= China Girl
    Awesome song.

    One of his lesser known oldies, Ricochet, was also very cool as well. Definitely recommend it. Then, Young American is another one of my favorites, as well.

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    I LOVE David Bowie. He's a freaking genius.

    His career would be perfect if we just all agreed to forget the 80s.

    Everything he did in the 80s with very few exceptions was jsut crap... from Let's Dance to Black Tie White Noise (which to be fair came out in the early 90s) he was in a commercial dumpster.

    But those five albums.. Outside to Heathen are freaking amazing albums.

    I can't wait to buy the box.
    Gentlemen.... Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soilwork View Post
    I LOVE David Bowie. He's a freaking genius.

    His career would be perfect if we just all agreed to forget the 80s.

    Everything he did in the 80s with very few exceptions was jsut crap... from Let's Dance to Black Tie White Noise (which to be fair came out in the early 90s) he was in a commercial dumpster.

    But those five albums.. Outside to Heathen are freaking amazing albums.

    I can't wait to buy the box.
    I remember as a kid my parents blaring his records in the house. They attended Glass Spider Tour back in the day back at the Capital Centre in DC. They had an awesome stage for that, which I saw via the pics.

    I would go see him nowadays if he would ever play again.

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    Top 5 Bowie Songs

    Since "coolguy" was putting up so many of these threads I decided to put one up with a good artist! so without further ado

    1. Ashes to Ashes
    2. Life On Mars?
    3. Diamond Dogs
    4. Lady Stardust
    5. Space Oddity

    Honorable Mention: Heroes!

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    What about Nature Boy? I mean, it's a Nat Cole cover, that has to count for something.

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    excuse you, HEROES HONORABLE MENTIONED?

    TVC15?

    Jean GEnie?


    Fashion (i swear it sounds like a precursor to rupaul's music..)

    Oh! You pretty things?

    Boys keep swinging?

    if you want the commercial top 5, read that one above..but if you want a REAL MAN's top 5, read mine. lol j/k

    you cant pick a top 5 anyways...everything he makes is great( well maybe not alot of the 80's stuff)

    I LOVE DAVID BOWIE!!!!!!AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

    and i like ur profile pic ledzep...most underrated prince album ever!!!

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    1. Heart's Filthy Lesson
    2. Little Wonder
    3. Scary Monsters
    4. Heros
    5. Loving The Alien
    Gentlemen.... Thank you.

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    1. Ashes to Ashes
    2. Ziggy Stardust
    3. Let's Dance
    4. Fashion
    5. Heroes

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    I Love David Bowie to death!

    1.Rebel Rebel
    2.China Girl
    3.Blue Jean
    4.Ziggy Stardust
    5.Ashes to Ashes

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    Young Americans
    China Girl
    Ziggy Stardust
    Rebel Tebel
    Let's Dance

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    finally, a music thread on this board i can take interest in! screw that weak pop stuff, gimme somethin' rockin!

    5. suffragette city
    4. let's dance
    3. moonage daydream
    2. under pressure (yes, i know it's queen + bowie but bowie makes that song for me)
    1. diamond dogs

    honorable mention: young americans, fame, strangers when we meet, rock 'n' roll suicide...hell, most of it's good.

    side note: "china girl" doesn't register, to me, as a bowie song. sure, he co-wrote it with iggy pop, but it was written for iggy and that's the version i always hear whenever i think of that song.

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    Five Years!!!!!

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    Also Album wise i would have to say Hunky Dory was always my favorite.

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    Good Thread

    1. Aladdin Sane
    2. Ashes to Ashes
    3. Sound and Vision
    4. Across the Universe
    5. Moonage Daydream

    6. too many great songs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LedZeppelin View Post
    Since "coolguy" was putting up so many of these threads I decided to put one up with a good artist! so without further ado

    1. Ashes to Ashes
    2. Life On Mars?
    3. Diamond Dogs
    4. Lady Stardust
    5. Space Oddity

    Honorable Mention: Heroes!
    in my world, david bowie is god!

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    1- Golden Years
    2- Fame
    3-Let's Dance
    4-Fashion
    5-The Jean Genie

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    Well, I'm assuming songs from "Pin-Ups" won't count, so I'll go with:

    Rebel Rebel
    Watch That Man
    Starman
    Ziggy Stardust
    1984/Dodo

    plus if I may add a few more:

    Moonage Daydream
    Big Brother
    Modern Love
    Heroes
    Space Oddity
    Life On Mars

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    can we put anything? "dance magic" from the movie labyrinth

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    I deliberately didn't look at anyone else's list (well, ok, as I scrolled down I did occasionally glance and say "fuck yea 8')".

    Hmm -- coldly put, and I deliberately didn't organize them 1.2.3 -- are my favs:

    Rebel, Rebel
    The Bewlay Brothers
    Space Oddity
    Heroes
    Panic in Detroit *r.i.p. Mick*

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    let me add

    1. Slip Away (Heathen is greatly underrated.)
    2. Wild is the Wind
    3. After All (super song)
    4. Little Wonder
    5. Teenage Wildlife

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    Heroes
    Starman
    Diamond Dogs
    Rebel Rebel
    Stay

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    Re: Top 5 Bowie Songs

    #1 Heroes
    #2 TVC15
    #3 Life on Mars
    #4 Ashes to Ashes
    #5 Space Oddity


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    i like that song he did called "In Da Club"

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    Favorite David Bowie Song!

    Okay so awhile go it was the Beatles.
    So let's change it up to David Bowie, who was very much inspired by the Beatles, but he put his own spin on music.

    this was tough, since i'm a huge Bowie fan.

    i finally went with "Rock'n'Roll Suicide" the closing song from Ziggy Stardust.

    my top other two were "Moonage Daydream" and "Ashes to Ashes." Too many good songs.



    Time takes a cigarette, puts it in your mouth
    You pull on your finger, then another finger, then your cigarette
    The wall-to-wall is calling, it lingers, then you forget
    Ohhh how how how, youre a rock n roll suicide

    Youre too old to lose it, too young to choose it
    And the clocks waits so patiently on your song
    You walk past a cafe but you dont eat when youve lived too long
    Oh, no, no, no, youre a rock n roll suicide

    Chev brakes are snarling as you stumble across the road
    But the day breaks instead so you hurry home
    Dont let the sun blast your shadow
    Dont let the milk float ride your mind
    Youre so natural - religiously unkind

    Oh no love! youre not alone
    Youre watching yourself but youre too unfair
    You got your head all tangled up but if I could only
    Make you care
    Oh no love! youre not alone
    No matter what or who youve been
    No matter when or where youve seen
    All the knives seem to lacerate your brain
    Ive had my share, Ill help you with the pain
    Youre not alone

    Just turn on with me and youre not alone
    Lets turn on with me and youre not alone (wonderful)
    Lets turn on and be not alone (wonderful)
    Gimme your hands cause youre wonderful (wonderful)
    Gimme your hands cause youre wonderful (wonderful)
    Oh gimme your hands.

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    starman....

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    Tough. I can't choose.

    Top 15 off the top of my head

    Joe The Lion
    Moonage Daydream
    Boys Keep Swinging
    Oh! You pretty Things
    Star
    Station To Station
    Ashes To Ashes
    It's No Game Pt 1
    Modern Love
    Beauty And The Beast
    Heroes
    Sound And Vision
    Changes
    John, I'm Only Dancing
    Under Pressure

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    "Ashes to Ashes" and "Heroes", depending on my mood.

    Lex

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    Still a fan of Life On Mars...

    I'm sorry to have kept you waiting, but I'm afraid my walk has become rather sillier recently...

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    We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing

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    There are so many good songs:

    The Laughing Gnome
    Space Oddity
    Changes
    Oh! You Pretty Things/Eight Line Poem
    Life On Mars
    Kooks
    Quicksand
    Moonage Daydream
    Starman
    Hang On To Yourself
    Ziggy Stardust
    Suffragette City
    Watch That Man
    Aladdin Sane
    Drive-In Saturday
    Cracked Actor
    Time
    Lady Grinning Soul
    Sorrow
    Diamond Dogs
    Rebel Rebel
    We Are The Dead
    1984
    Big Brother/Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
    Fame
    Golden Years
    TVC 15
    Ashes to Ashes
    Without You
    Under Pressure

    For me, his career is sort of bookended by "Space Oddity" and its sort-of sequel, "Ashes to Ashes." Those would be my 2 favorite Bowie tracks, but all of them listed in this thread are good.

    Huge discography of Bowie is at:
    http://www.illustrated-db-discography.nl/Album.htm

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    Some of my favorite David Bowie songs arefrom an old out of print vinyl 2 disc set that I have on RCA records "David- LIVE!!!" And it has David Sanborn on sax, Carlos Alomar....sigh anyway I like the live versions of :
    All The Young Dudes
    Big Brother
    Suffragette City
    Watch That Man
    Aladdin Sane
    Cracked Actor
    Rebel Rebel
    simply awesome!!!! And I like a later album with (now deceased) Luther Vandross doing "Fame"....yeah baby pump up the volume!!!!

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    I like "I'm Afraid of Americans" and "Little Wonder"

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    Too many to chose just one.... Well OK.



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    Quote Originally Posted by beafous View Post
    starman....
    Me, too! I love that one.

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    My other favorite is:



    "Slip Away"

    Oogie waits for just another day
    Drags his bones
    to see the Yankees play
    Bones Boy talks and flickers gray
    Oh, they slip away

    Once a time
    they nearly might have been
    Bones and Oogie on a silver screen
    No one knew what they could do
    Except for me and you
    They slip away
    They slip away

    Don't forget
    to keep your head warm
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    Watching all the world
    and war torn
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing over
    Coney Island
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    We were dumb
    but you were fun, boy
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o

    Oogie knew there's never ever time
    Some of us will always stay behind
    Down in space it's always 1982
    The joke we always knew
    Oo-oo
    What'sa matter with you
    C'mon, let's go
    Slip away
    Oo-o

    Don't forget
    to keep your head warm
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    Watching all the world
    and war torn
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing over
    Coney Island
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    We were dumb
    but you were fun, boy
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing

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    "Ashes to Ashes" is my all time favorite. I'm also fond of all the broody electronica stuff he did with Eno - "Some Are" and "Crystal Japan" were lovely.

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    thelaw2047's short list has both of my favorites of his:

    suffragette city
    rebel rebel
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    SUE: Can you just jack off? I feel like shit today.

    Light a man a fire, and he will be warm for a few hours. Light a man AFIRE, and he will be warm for the rest of his life.

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    Ashes to Ashes & The Bewlay Brothers

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    I like "Magic dance", "As the world falls down", "Changes", "Let's dance" and "Under pressure"

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    Oh come on, people! The Cygnet Committee!!!

    I bless you madly,
    sadly as I tie my shoes
    I love you badly,
    Just in time, at times, I guess
    Because of you I need to rest
    Because it's you
    that sets the test

    So much has gone
    and little is new
    And as the sparrow sings
    Dawn chorus for
    Someone else to hear
    The Thinker sits alone growing older
    And so bitter

    "I gave Them life
    I gave Them all
    They drained my very soul
    ...dry
    I crushed my heart
    to ease Their pains
    No thought for me remains there
    Nothing can They spare
    What of me?
    Who praised Their efforts
    to be free?
    Words of strength and care
    and sympathy
    I opened doors
    that would have blocked Their way
    I braved Their cause to guide,
    for little pay

    I ravaged at my finance just for Those
    Those whose claims were steeped in peace, tranquility
    Those who said a new world, new ways ever free
    Those whose promises stretched in hope and grace for me"

    I bless you madly,
    sadly as I tie my shoes
    I love you badly, just in time,
    at times, I guess
    Because of you I need to rest, oh yes
    Because it's you
    that sets the test

    So much has gone
    and little is new
    And as the sunrise stream
    Flickers on me,
    My friends talk
    Of glory, untold dream, where all is God and God is just a word

    "We had a friend, a talking man
    Who spoke of many powers that he had
    Not of the best of men, but Ours

    We used him
    We let him use his powers
    We let him fill Our needs
    Now We are strong

    And the road is coming to its end
    Now the damned have no time to make amends
    No purse of token fortune stands in Our way
    The silent guns of love
    will blast the sky
    We broke the ruptured structure built of age
    Our weapons were the tongues of crying rage

    Where money stood
    We planted seeds of rebirth
    And stabbed the backs of fathers
    Sons of dirt

    Infiltrated business cesspools
    Hating through Our sleeves
    Yea, and We slit the Catholic throat
    Stoned the poor
    on slogans such as

    'Wish You Could Hear'
    'Love Is All We Need'
    'Kick Out The Jams'
    'Kick Out Your Mother'
    'Cut Up Your Friend'
    'Screw Up Your Brother or He'll Get You In the End'

    And We Know the Flag of Love is from Above
    And We Can Force You to Be Free
    And We Can Force You to Believe"

    And I close my eyes and tighten up my brain
    For I once read a book in which the lovers were slain
    For they knew not the words of the Free States' refrain
    It said:
    "I believe in the Power of Good
    I Believe in the State of Love
    I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
    I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right"

    And I open my eyes to look around
    And I see a child laid slain
    on the ground
    As a love machine lumbers through desolation rows
    Ploughing down man, woman, listening to its command
    But not hearing anymore
    Not hearing anymore
    Just the shrieks from the old rich

    And I Want to Believe
    In the madness that calls 'Now'
    And I want to Believe
    That a light's shining through
    Somehow

    And I Want to Believe
    And You Want to Believe
    And We Want to Believe
    And We Want to Live
    Oh, We Want to Live

    We Want to Live
    We Want to Live
    We Want to Live
    We Want to Live
    We Want to Live

    I Want to Live
    I Want to Live
    I Want to Live

    I Want to Live
    I Want to Live
    I Want to Live

    Live
    Live
    Live

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    Quote Originally Posted by NineOfClubs View Post
    My other favorite is:



    "Slip Away"

    Oogie waits for just another day
    Drags his bones
    to see the Yankees play
    Bones Boy talks and flickers gray
    Oh, they slip away

    Once a time
    they nearly might have been
    Bones and Oogie on a silver screen
    No one knew what they could do
    Except for me and you
    They slip away
    They slip away

    Don't forget
    to keep your head warm
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    Watching all the world
    and war torn
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing over
    Coney Island
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    We were dumb
    but you were fun, boy
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o

    Oogie knew there's never ever time
    Some of us will always stay behind
    Down in space it's always 1982
    The joke we always knew
    Oo-oo
    What'sa matter with you
    C'mon, let's go
    Slip away
    Oo-o

    Don't forget
    to keep your head warm
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    Watching all the world
    and war torn
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing over
    Coney Island
    Twinkle twinkle Uncle Floyd
    We were dumb
    but you were fun, boy
    How I wonder where you are
    Oo-o
    Sailing
    oh i love this song. bowie has never sounded so intimate.

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    If i had to choose just one Bowie Song, It would be....

    Ziggy Stardust.

    or China Girl..

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    Quote Originally Posted by thelaw2047 View Post
    Some of my favorite David Bowie songs arefrom an old out of print vinyl 2 disc set that I have on RCA records "David- LIVE!!!" And it has David Sanborn on sax, Carlos Alomar....sigh
    By Bowie's own admission, he and his band were wired out of their minds that night on cocaine. Lots and LOTS of cocaine over weeks and weeks...

    He thinks that the album is shit.

    Then again, I would never give too much credence to an artist's asessment of his own work.



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    For me it's a tie between "Changes" and "Space Oddity."
    Recently I heard a 'wise guy' story that I had a party at my home for twenty-five men. It's an interesting story, but I don't know twenty-five men I'd want to invite to a party. ~Joan Crawford

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    Diamond dogs.

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    (#1) Panic in Detroit


    From the opening line, "He looks a lot like 'Benicio del Toro'" to the last. About 4 1/3 minute of perfection.

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    Re: Favorite David Bowie Song!

    Not really a Bowie fan, but the game Guitar Hero got me to like Ziggy Stardust.

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