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Bowie In The Press

on September 13, 1999
    A series of intervews and articles on Bowie can curently be found on the newsstands. Here is a brief sampling:





    Still ch-changing

    ACCORDING to David Bowie's business manager, the pale, skinny Englishman who first strutted on to the world stage in the early 1970s, resplendent in platform heels, feather boa and futuristic make-up, now "lies in bed awake every night imagining what tomorrow might bring. If there is anything new, interesting or daring out there he wants to be the first to try it." Read the entire Economist article here.



    Serious moonlighter: Musician, financial commodity and art
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Deja-vudoo?

on September 12, 1999
    According to a news story in the British Express, a group of scientistshave discovered a blueprint for creating designer-life forms, both plantand animal.

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    The late 20th Century was about discovering genes and tinkering withthem.The next century, he predicted, "is going to be about designing them".




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Sod Site

on September 12, 1999



    SOD has a new SOD of the Month for September, and a BRAND NEW SODOMapplication!

    Check it all out at www.squeakie.com/sod



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Bowie's Beckham Look

on September 11, 1999
    Interesting that the UK SUN newspaper compares the new Bowie look to Wunder footballer David Beckham (DB?).

    When Beckham started wearing Indonesian Sarongs a while ago they weren't so fast to point out that Bowie has been wearing them in down-time for almost  20 years!!



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Making Hours Pt 3

on September 11, 1999
    Back in July we bought you some home movies taken live from the studio. Here is the third posting from that day.

    Again, no documentary work here, but we thought you might like to have a look into the studio during the making of the "Hours..."

    While playing around with the song "Seven" from the forthcoming "Hours..." album, Mark Plati tried a variation of the track that got everyone's attention in the studio.

    So here it is: Seven, the Money Mix.

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