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Doin It In Denmark

on December 09, 1999

http://www.billboard.com has posted up a review of David's Denmark gig.

Here is an excerpt:

David Bowie sauntered onto the stage of Copenhagen's Vega club yesterday with a big smile on his face and several tricks up his sleeve. For the next two hours, the 52-year-old rocker entertained the 1,500-strong crowd with songs old and new, taking his tongue out of his cheek for each number, then putting it firmly back for introductions and between-song patter.

Ed note: don't be thrown off by Charles Ferro's recap of the show. The show in fact did end with I'm Afraid of Americans, NOT Young Americans.

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The Stars Come Out For David Bowie In London

on December 09, 1999

London, W1 - The Astoria on London's Charing Cross Road was THE place to be on December 2nd.

Rock legend David Bowie played his last London show of the millennium to a sell out, star studded audience. It certainly proved to be an event not to be missed. David performed a set of classics, which spanned over three decades including tracks from his latest critically acclaimed album 'hours?'. These new songs sounded completely at home in a set that featured tracks such as Rebel Rebel, Ashes To Ashes, Life On Mars and Drive In Saturday. The amazing star-studded evening did not stop there.

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Sod Updates

on December 09, 1999

SOD has launched the 2nd Contest of the Millennium! They've also updated many portions of the site, including Sod of the Month for December, SOD Hits the Media, What Would Bowie Do, Ask SOD, and SOD Poll question answers.

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Excite-ing News

on December 09, 1999

"Move over, James Bond, David Bowie means it when he says the world is not enough."

"On top of his new album, his Bowie Bonds, his Website and his movie career, the erstwhile Ziggy Stardust is taking a spin in the virtual world with his new PC video game Omikron: The Nomad Soul."

"The legendary rocker and his guitarist, Reeves Gabrels, have joined with Eidos Interactive to create the futuristic 3-D action game, complete with its own original soundtrack (which was also the partial inspiration for his latest album, hours...)."

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Superfan Blaggs Freebie!

on December 09, 1999

'God knows he's good'

This lovely heart-warming tale was sent in by Italian SuperFan ENZO, and it just goes to prove whata diamond geezer Mr Bowie really is. What follows is Enzo's account of his....well let's let him do thetalking. Pictures and captions by our friendly neighbourhood snapper, Total Blam Blam.

If you ever had doubts about David Bowie caring for his fans you should read what follows.

David bowie said to Eric (his security): 'Sort this gentleman out', and he added 'definitely'.... I could not believe it.

Would you like to know more ? Read the whole story . It might take a couple

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