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Tfi Friday

on October 08, 1999
    Bowie was the featured guest on Chris Evans' TFI Friday show. David performed the following songs:

    Survive
    Rebel Rebel
    China Girl


    Only 'Survive' was broadcast along with David's interview with host Chris Evans.
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Battle Of The Bowies

on October 07, 1999
    Virgin.net has posted up an interesting "Battle of the Bowies" in which the various Bowie personas are pitted against each other in bizarre Celebrity Death Match Style battles.

    From Virgin:
    Over the past 30 years, we've witnessed a multitude of David Bowies, as the ever-ch-ch-ch-changing one shifts restlessly between identities, images and sounds. But when push comes to shove, which Bowie has packed the perfect pop punch? Here, we send the eight best-known Bowies into the ring, to see which keeps swinging when the fur flies...

    Want to find out about round two? Click here.
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Virtual Concert

on October 07, 1999





    The World's FirstVirtual Concert, is here. Watch Bowie and crew performing "Something In The Air."

    To get a better look, here are some screen grabs of the virtual concert. These screen shots show David and company performing a song inside the game!
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Rolling Stone Review

on October 07, 1999
    Available on news stands in the October 28th edition of Rolling Stone, this Rolling Stone Review ( * * * * ) calls 'hours...' ...a testament to the serenity that comes with legend status, maturity and endurance.

    Here is an excerpt:
    Bowie's twenty-third album is as nakedly emotive a collection as anything in his ironic catalog; it's a summary statement from the man who invented postmodern rock & roll, so school is in session.
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Q Says...

on October 06, 1999
    The November issue of Q MAGAZINE has a review of "Hours..."

    Here is an excerpt:
    'hours...' is a richly textured and emotionally vividset.

    'Thursday's Child and If I'm Dreaming My Life have theemotional throb of his tremulous '70's ballads "Can YouHear Me" and "Word on A Wing'

    'This time around, Bowie sounds influenced by nobodyexcept himself, and he couldn't have picked a betterrole model.'

    **** four stars!

    Thanks to Spaceface for the scan ;)
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