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Db Interview

on January 12, 2000

David has just done a phone with Chris Evans, the interview will go out on the Virgin Breakfast show tomorrow at 7:25am.

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We Know This To Be True!!

on January 11, 2000


An interesting though incidental page is this. It is the Users Review page on
Amazon.com for 'hours...' Overwhelmingly positive, you can see just how immensely popular this album has become in just a short time.

Go to the Users Review @ Amazon.com

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And The Winner Is...

on January 11, 2000

The tallies have been counted, and the winners have been notified, the Music of the Millennium Poll results are in! Here's how our own personal Rock Legend fared (along with some of the closest competition):

Best Album

38. ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS
102. HUNKY DORY


Best Song

55. DAVID BOWIE - HEROES
56. JIMI HENDRIX - ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER
57. OTIS REDDING - DOCK OF THE BAY
88. DEREK AND THE DOMINOES - LAYLA
89. DAVID BOWIE - LIFE ON MARS
90. LOU REED - PERFECT DAY

Best Male Vocalist

6. FREDDIE MERCURY
7. DAVID BOWIE
8. JOHN LENNON

Best Songwriter

12. BURT BACHARACH
13. DAVID BOWIE
14. PAUL

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Bowiebanc.com

on January 11, 2000

Banking on Bowie to
Bring in the Bucks



Ziggy played guitar, or so goes the famous David Bowie song. Now he's making loans and quoting CD rates. At least in name. David Bowie, an online pioneer, has quietly launched his own bank, BowieBanc.com. Want more of the Thin White Duke? Then get Bowie photo checks. You can get all the standard bank services -- just don't expect Bowie himself to approve your loan.

The bank is actually USABancShares.com, with a Bowie front end. Robert Goodale, whose company Ultrastar runs Bowie's online service,

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Glasto 2k Fan Vote

on January 10, 2000



The UK's biggest open-air extravaganza, The Glastonbury Festival, to take place on June 23, 24 and 25, is now, for the first time in Festival history, asking fans to help choose artists that they would like to see perform. The voting takes place from the Official Glastonbury Festival website.

The vote has been suspended temporarily due to technical problems, so bookmark the site, and check back often (also check back here for updates). There is also a Glastonbury 2000 Rumours page with snippets about prospective artists, like DB!

NME.com has run a story about the fan poll in it's 'Latest

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