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ALASSIN SANE
  • Remember When...
  • Paradise By The Dashboard Lights
  • The Power Of Words


    ANGEL
  • Hunger City: Part Two
  • Hunger City: Part One
  • Aladdin Sane - Not Quite Ziggy In America


    ARDENT DÉSIR
  • Serious Moonlight DVD Review


    BECCA JONES-STARR
  • The Next Day, A Year Later
  • Rebel Kings show with Lou Weed as Bowie!
  • David Bowie to release a new album this year!
  • Lou Reed's 'Vicious' revisited
  • Evidence that David Bowie is cool


    BLACK OWL
  • Letter 1: Before The Show: This Is The Trip
  • Letter 2: During The Show: Wish I Sang A Valentine
  • Letter 3: After The Show: Don't Forget To Keep Your Head Warm
  • Looking For Water
  • Heron of Alexandria
  • Didn't Know What Time It Was
  • 5.15 The Bus Is Gone
  • Let's Laugh And Dance The Blues
  • The Journal Of A Clown (Part 1)


    BLOGALONGABOWIE
  • 'All the way from Memphis...' - Aladdin Sane (1973)
  • "It's the freakiest show..." - The Adventures of Ziggy Stardust (and friends) in 1972
  • "Me, I'm in a rock and roll band" - The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (1972)
  • Young Americans: Exploding, Plastic, Inevitable
  • Hunky Dory: A personal reflection
  • David Bowie's Slipped Discs 2: Shadow Man, How Lucky You Are, Rupert the Riley and Looking For A Friend
  • 1971 All Clear: The State Of The Art
  • David Bowie - The Mercury Years: A Semi Acoustic Love Affair
  • David Bowie in the late '60s: Ballad Of A Thin Man
  • David Bowie's Slipped Discs 1: Over The Wall We Go (1966) and Little Toy Soldier (1967)
  • David Bowie in the '60s: Waiting For The Man
  • Why BLOGALONGABOWIE?


    DIAMOND DAVE
  • Is This The UK or What?
  • It's About Time Davey Said Hallo!
  • New Expectations
  • The First Time


    HEDDON STREET BOY
  • Bowieno: Comic Christmas 1973 Issue
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 19
  • Bowieno: Annual 1974
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 198
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 18
  • Song For David Bowie
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 1
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 12
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 13
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 14
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 15
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 17
  • Bowieno: Comic Issue No. 16
  • Worth More Than Pieces Of Gold


    JACKIE C
  • The JackieC 'Existentialist World Tour' Online Journal 2
  • The JackieC World Tour Book
  • The JackieC 'Existentialist World Tour' Online Journal 1


    JIM WILKINSON
  • 2010 eh?


    JOHN POWNALL
  • Bowie Memories


    KELMAR SUPER VIXEN
  • Fear And Loathing In Manhattan
  • Fear And Loathing In The New Year
  • My Four Hours In Hell In Philly With Eric Clapton And 15,000 Of His Closest Friends
  • KMSV SEZ: "Famous People Are People Too, Dammit!"
  • A Bowie Fans Guide To Self Defence


    LADY STARDUST
  • Cracked Actor


    LAURENCE BUXTON
  • Cracked Actor: David Bowie and the use of the theatrical in popular music


    LITTLE MISS WONDER
  • Dead Man Walking
  • Sell Me A Coat
  • We Are The Dead
  • Echo Beach
  • Reality
  • Repetition
  • A Small Plot Of Land
  • Look Back In Anger
  • Blackout
  • Candidate
  • Outside
  • Let The Music Play On


    MICHAEL THOMPSON
  • David Bowie and The Jean Genie Music Video


    MIKE TOREVELL
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 16
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 15
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 14
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 13
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 12
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 11
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 10
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 09
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 08
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 07
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 06
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 05
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 04
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 03
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 02
  • Loving The Alien - Cartoon Strip 01


    MR. TOUCHSHRIEK
  • O'Neils Farm
  • How Could I Have Neglected To Miss Him Out!
  • Why It Took Me So Long To See Bowie Live!
  • 49p From Woolworths!
  • One Magical Movement
  • Why I Didn't Put Bowie On The Back Of My Jacket!
  • David Live '74 - The Most Underrated Album Ever!


    NEVADA KERR
  • The Little Details In Color
  • Facing The Music
  • New Killer Star
  • You'll Never Know The Real Story
  • Falling For Reality
  • Life Lies Dumb On It's Heroes
  • Young American Earthlings - 2003
  • Just Another Future Legend
  • Beyond The Whole Human Race
  • Someone Else Inside Me
  • Lust For The Free Life
  • Torture Comes And Torture Goes
  • The Beggarman On The Shelf
  • The Fear And Faith Of The Forgotten
  • I Think I Lost My Way
  • Fate And The Gods - Our Custody Calls
  • The Sober Philistine
  • This Is The Trip: Heathen Lyrical Analysis Part 2
  • The Burning Rays Of Hope: Heathen Lyrical Analysis Part 1
  • Bowie Songs In Search Of Tribute Bands
  • In The Back Of A Dream Car
  • Don't Be Afraid Of The Room
  • God Is An American
  • Flesh Meets Spirit As The 20th Century Dies
  • Lady Soul Shook Him Cold
  • Like The Video Films We Saw
  • Nurtured On Grime, Goodwill And Screams
  • Failure Of Expectation: One Way To Fall
  • The Zeroes Are Singing For You
  • Smack Baby Smack - Show Me You're Real!
  • We Never Bothered To Scream Like A Baby!
  • Players With Toys
  • Toying And Dis-Closure - "A Speck Of Dust Settles In My Eye"


    OUTSIDE REALITY
  • ...welcome to Reality...
  • ...just for one day...
  • ...nothing has changed.... everything has changed...
  • ...on the outside...


    REDNIK
  • For the bravest man I've ever known... New
  • I am a David Bowie junkie New
  • Diamond Dogs Rule OK
  • Round And Round The Rumours Fly, How He Ran Away From Mum
  • Fatma The Bearded Camel Woman
  • 2001: A Paced Commodity
  • Beckenham Salutes David Bowie
  • I Ran To The Street Looking For Information
  • Up The Hill Backwards
  • Orchids Were Just Crass
  • So You Wanna Smell Like David?
  • You Never Know You Might Findus Here
  • "Ground Control To Major Tom"...
  • Liza Jane's 37 Year Anniversary
  • I Was Quick On The Ball
  • 2001 The Year Ahead
  • 2000: That Was The Year That Was
  • Everything's Still Hunky Dory


    ROGER B
  • I Looked And Frowned And The Monster Was Me


    ROMAN
  • Rebel Rebel v2
  • American Rebels
  • Mayor of the Sunset Strip


    SABINE
  • The First Pop Song...


    SIMON
  • Si On Tour: Dublin and Wember-leeeeeeee! Part 1
  • My Riverside Experience
  • Tolkien - Allegory?
  • Heathen - 7/10
  • Thoughts On 'Black Tie White Noise'
  • Millennium Man
  • Lowdown On Low


    SPUD
  • Article 5
  • Monologue Of A Drug Addict
  • "Daddy What's This?"
  • I Got Believers, Believe In Me
  • The Fine Art Of The Foul Mouth (Cut Ups)


    STEPHEN LINDSAY SATTERFIELD
  • Rocky Mountain Reality!
  • The brand-new Ziggy Stardust and the Spider from Mars
  • 2002 Wrap Up - 2003 Outlook
  • The Wonderful Summer Of 02
  • Concert Review: AREA 2


    STEPHEN STROUD
  • David Robert Jones (1947-1968)
  • Time Bandit Bowie
  • Do We Know Bowie?

    TALENTED CHILD
  • Keeping Up Appearances
  • I Like Your Face In the Crowd


    TERENCE RUFFLE
  • David Bowie at the Hammersmith Odeon July 2nd 1973


    THE EARWIG
  • It's The Bollox!
  • Walls Have Ears


    THE LODGER
  • Lyrical Collage
  • Postcard 01


    THE STRANGER
  • Another source used on a Bowie song?...
  • 10 Reasons Why The Monkees Rule!
  • What to do with your Bowie cuttings!
  • I'm Stiff On My Legend
  • Bowie's songwriting and 'sampling' secrets revealed!
  • David - At The Hop!


    YOUNG ZIGGY
  • An Introduction


    ZIGBOT
  • Little "Liza Jane" Turns 40 - Holmdel NJ Review
  • David Robert Jones at Jones Beach - June 4, 2004
  • Of Cows, Elephant Men and Scallywags (A Denver Review)
  • The (Super)man Who Fell To Earth
  • The Rock God In Sin City (a[nother] review)
  • Bowie in Drizzly Seattle
  • My first db concert (Vancouver) - song by song





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