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It Was 20 Years Ago Today...

on May 17, 1999
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Sound From Melissa

on May 17, 1999

Here are those soundbites we promised you from Melissa.

These are sound samples from my "Carve by Numbers" Project. There are 5 different tracks taken from a not so high quality cassette I've been doing for a while on my not so Hi-tec home recording studio. - Melissa

A full piece in Question

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Spacegirl

Elf doodles (panned and pitched

Le Coeur

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From Melissa

on May 16, 1999

Here are a few little tidbits sent along by Melissa Auf der Maur. We will post a few more treats from her tomorrow.

These first 2 are Self-portraits from Melissa's "The Science of Footsteps" Series:





This one, is made up of 3 Polaroid's taped together, entitled Triptic Self-portrait: "Wouldn't it be nice if you were blue by the beach." Have a look:



If you have any questions you would like to ask before the live chat, you can e-mail your Melissa Auf der Maur questions to
info@davidbowie.com. We will use these pre-chat questions in addition to your live questions.

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Roger O'donnell Chat Details

on May 16, 1999

O.K. ONE MORE TIME...Here are the Details.

Roger O'Donnell of The Cure will chat with BowieNet members LIVE on Friday, May 21st at 6:00pm E.S.T.

Here is a fun little autobiography written by the man himself.

If you have any questions you would like to ask before the live chat, you can e-mail your Roger O'Donnell questions to info@davidbowie.com. We will use these pre-chat questions in addition to your live questions.

Please log into the #ChatGuest room for this chat event. See you there.

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Stigmata Track

on May 14, 1999

David Bowie has contributed music to the film Stigmata starring Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne, which will be released on August 27th. The song is called "The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell" and a different version of the song will also be included on the soundtrack which is currently scheduled for release on August 10. Other artists confirmed for the soundtrack include Massive Attack, Remy Zero, Chumbawamba, Billy Corgan and the Afro Celt Sound System featuring Sinead O'Connor on vocals.

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