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Bowie History Pt. 1

on July 14, 1999





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Placebo? Bowie Ep Info

on July 14, 1999
    The new Placebo/David Bowie Enhanced CD EP 'Without You I'm Nothing' is scheduled for release on the 16th August, 1999. The CD will be a limited edition CD EP with a limited run of 20,000 copies.

    The CD will hyperlinks to both the official Placebo website as well as BowieNet (www.davidbowie.com).

    In addition to the hyperlinks, the CD will also contain EXCLUSIVE pictures from the Irving Plaza performance.

    The first UK play was on Steve Lamacq's Evening Session on Monday (05.07.99). They are currently giving the track air play until it's release next month.

    Keep your eyes and ears open for
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Bowie History Pt. 2

on July 14, 1999

July 15, 1966 - David Bowie & the Buzz play Loughton Youth Club, Essex

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Placebo And David Bowie Join Forces For New Ep

on July 14, 1999

"Without You I'm Nothing" released in August

David Bowie joins Placebo on a new recording of the band's "Without You I'm Nothing", to be released as a limited edition gatefold CD EP by Hut Recordings on Monday 16th August.

The single is produced by Steve Osborne and features mixes from UNKLE,Americruiser and Brothers in Rhythm.

The track, recorded in New York earlier this year cements a relationship that started when Placebo supported David Bowie on his European tour in 1996.Early the next year Placebo were invited by Bowie to play at his 50th birthday party in New York's Madison Square Garden.

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David Tops Sun Pops

on July 13, 1999
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    Now THAT'S an online community, folks!!

    Hearty and huge Congratulations to all you BowieNetters, Teenage Wildlifers and Little Wonderworlders, Bassmaners, and all the other fan sites not listed here. Your vote REALLY made a difference.

    Today's Sun newspaper in the UK has been swamped with votes for DB in their Millenium Round-Up Readers Poll, hurtling him to the No: 1. spot, leaving contemporary luminaries like Noel Gallagher and Robbie Williams trailing behind.

    BUT YOU ARE THE REAL WINNERS. When we asked
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