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Brilliant Careers

on January 25, 2000


The 'Brilliant Careers' segment of
Salon.Com has a Brilliant Article on the man we like to call db. They obviously did their homework on this one, with lines such as this:

"He's easily the most influential rock star of the post-Beatles era, given the number of whole pop movements, from British punk to Britpop, goth to hair metal, industrial to electronica, that owe him enormous and obvious debts."

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from BNet teenage corrospondant, A_Girl

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It's A Wrap, Almost...

on January 25, 2000


You have until the end of the month to get your final captions in for the competition we set back on
December 16th. If you still think you could be one of the six lucky winners of a brand spanking new David Bowie 2000 autograph but haven't entered yet, then I suggest you 'shake yo ass'...whatever that means. Click on the above image to refresh yourself with the details.

For those really paying attention, the 'Inside the Minds of David and Liz' contest will run until February 14 (Valentine's Day!), so keep them cards and letters comin'!

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Girls Nite

on January 25, 2000


01/26/00 CHAT REMINDER: GIRLS NITE OUT TONIGHT!!!


    This is the last reminder for tonight's chat!!

    The 'Girls Night Out' chat session, Wednesday the 26th @ 8PM. Holly. Emm. Gail. db. maybe more...?

    Log in to the #GuestChat Room




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Got My Mojo Working, Again!

on January 24, 2000


Apart from the Bowie/Ronno piece mentioned above by Spaceface in BNet news today, Mojo is worth the cover price alone this month for a few Bowie related items that I will now outline... Go here for more.

Total Blam Blam - (European Correspondent)

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Mojo Mag

on January 24, 2000

MOJO magazine have a monthly section about the eventsof 30 years ago. This month it is FEB 1970, and theyhave a piece about DAVID's meeting with MICK RONSON. We should see lots more coverage here in future months as DAVID's career takes off.

"Just 129 punters, some of who had not come to seeDAVID BOWIE but to give a last cheer for JUNIOR'SEYES, whose final gig it was."

"BOWIE had just returned from Edinburgh where he'dbeen playing a cloud in a LINDSAY KEMP TV production. Superstardom seemed a long way off."

"All DAVID took home with him that night was MICKRONSON."

"Two days later, RONNO made

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