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Chat With Mick Rock And Tony Visconti

on December 17, 1998

Yesterday, LIVE from NYC, Tony Visconti and Mick Rock delivered a hysterical and informative 2.5 hour chat. (New BowieNet Record) After about an hour, David Bowie joined into the chaotic fun. If you weren't able to attend, read the transcript from yesterday's chat session here!

Make sure to check out the websites of both our special chat guests: Tony Visconti and Mick Rock. Also, have a look at a special page that Mick Rock has set up for this chat on his website (www.mickrock.com).

Thanks again Tony and Mick for a great chat!

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Cracked Mirror Pt2?

on December 16, 1998

New York, Dec. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Pop singer Michael Jackson has ended talks with former EMI Capitol Music head Charles Koppelman to raise $100 million by selling bonds backed by Jackson's future royalties, possibly because of complications regarding ownership of his songs, the Daily News reported, citing an unidentified source close to the transaction. Jackson's catalogue, Sony/ATV, is partially owned by Sony Corp., which would have to agree to the ond issue.

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It's A Conspiracy M'bruthar!!

on December 16, 1998

From The National Tabloid Paper, here is a story that has been passed around lately. It includes an interesting conspiracy theory. Have a look...

MAJOR TOM'S NOT PLAYING BALL Question: Was David Bowie's Major Tom named after the fomer Prime Minister's [John Major] father? Recent biographers of Bowie maintain that, when writing his tenth single and first hit, Space oddity, in South-East London in early 1969, the budding rock star remembered an old Brixton theatre bill advertising a circus performer named Tom Major and named his song's doomed spaceman Major Tom.

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Ultrastar Launches Bowienet In The United Kingdom

on December 15, 1998

UltraStar, pioneers in morphing the entertainment industry with Internet services, today launches BowieNet (www.davidbowie.com) in the United Kingdom.

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David Bowie Adopts The Heroes Charity

on December 15, 1998

Community Leisure Projects (CLP) are delighted and honoured to announce that DAVID BOWIE through BowieNet (www.davidbowie.com) has officially adopted THE "HEROES" PROJECT for this festive period.David posted the question to the BowieNet community: "What shall we do... and for whom, this Christmas?" and after receiving several requests, BowieNet decided that the "Heroes" fund raising charity project will be their special Christmas community activity.CLP would like to take this opportunity to personally thank everybody concerned in bringing this social awareness campaign to a wider audience.We

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