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on September 24, 1998

Reeves and Robert Smith of The Cure, along with Cure bandmate Jason Cooper have formed a side project band - COGASM (CO for Cooper, GA for Gabrels, SM for Smith). COGASM have their first soundtrack offering, called "A Sign From God" included in the new feature film called 'Orgazmo'. The film is written and directed by 'South Park' co-creator Trey Parker. BowieNet will post Reeves' thoughts about the song and working with Robert Smith in the upcoming weeks. The audio clip of the new song will be posted on BowieNet. Also look out for the video of Reeves on stage with The Cure......
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Mitsubishi Ad Features Iggy/david Riff

on September 24, 1998

Keep an eye out for the new Mitsubishi commercial - it includes the opening drum riff from "Lust for Life" written by Iggy Pop and David.

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Bowie Sings Gershwin

on September 24, 1998

On October 6th "RED HOT AND RHAPSODY" A tribute to George Gershwin will be released which features the track" A Foggy Day in London Town" sung by David as already mentioned in Bowie News. The new news is that the Greshwin penned track will be posted on BowieNet for your listening pleasure.

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David Bowie Subject On Vh1's Legends

on September 24, 1998

Legends on VH1 @ 10:00 PM ESTDavid Bowie first attracted a cult following in the early seventies with his rock superstar caricature, Ziggy Stardust, and then casually slipped from one guise to another in pursuit of his art. Now in his fifties, David Bowie has also established a name for himself as a painter, an actor, a writer, an internet service provider, and a book publisher while he continues to stay on the cutting edge of music.

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Re-broadcast Of Acoustic Radio Show Just Announced

on September 24, 1998

Just in case you have your monthly planner out, the radio station WXRT in Chicago is re-broadcasting the acoustic show David did with Reeves at the Chicago Trax Studios on October 16, 1997 sometime in the next two months. The show was all acoustic, David and Reeves performed "Scary Monsters" (a country & western version); "Always Crashing In The Same Car" and "I Can't Read" (the version from the film "The Ice Storm"). In between songs, David chats with the radio host and takes questions, jokes around, etc. The show is roughly 45 minutes long.

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