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Review In People

on September 30, 1999

Here is a review of "Hours..." from the October 11th People Magazine.

Hours?
David Bowie (Virgin)


During his 52 years, Bowie has been known to take a misstep or two. He once starred in a mime troupe, and his 1987 Glass Spiders tour was a tangled mess. So it seems highly probable, then, that this techno-tinged album would turn out to be another sad attempt by an aging rocker to be trendy.

Surprise: Rather than dabbling in the esoteric of pop's outer electronic edge, Bowie surfs it with aplomb.

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Bowie Shows And Appearences

on September 29, 1999

Updates, corrections have been mad to the Shows and Appearances list.

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Mick Rock Online

on September 29, 1999
    An online exhibition of Glam Rock Photographs is featuring Mick Rock is now being served. The exhibition "Mick Rock / Glam Rock Photographs: the 1970's" is now onview at the New York showroom (thru Nov. 7, 1999).

    Great Modern Pictures
    17 West 24 Street, NYC 10010
    Telephone 212.242.2581
    Fax 212.463.9116
    Hours: Tues-Sat 10-6 Sun 12-5


    This exhibition may also be visited, complete with catalogue text, online at www.greatmodernpictures.com
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Sensation Online

on September 29, 1999
    BowieNet is pleased to announce the online art event of the year: SENSATION.

    Join BowieNet on Saturday, October 2nd, 1999 for a viewing of the entire SENSATION exhibition, including an audio tour by David Bowie.

    Read the entire "official press release" here on BowieNet.



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Bowie And Burning Spear

on September 29, 1999
    Our friends over at ZDTV have a new report on digital Downloads this week. Headlining the piece is Bowie's Hours download.

    Also included in ZDTV's story are Nine Inch Nails and Reggae Master Burning Spear.

    Here is an excerpt:
    When it comes to online rock and roll this week, you can either get thin and wired, fragile, or simply burn it up.

    Debuting in stores and online is Thin Wired Duke David Bowie's latest, Hours. Also premiering is The Fragile from Nine Inch Nails. Finally, Internet Tonight's Music Pick of the Day is As it Is by reggae kings Burning Spear.


    Don't miss the RealVideo link on
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