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T-shirt Contest Reminder

on October 19, 1999
    Just a reminder, the t-shirt contest ends Friday, October 22, 1999, so get your votes in today.
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Paris Pix And Journals

on October 19, 1999
    Check out our special section on the Paris concert from last Thursday (10/14/99). The Elysée Montmartre was rockin', as David treated the happy crowd to a long set followed by a five-song encore.

    go to the new Paris section

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Heat Reviews 'hours...'

on October 18, 1999
    Heat, the popular UK entertainment magazine gives 'hours...' a glowing review.

    WHAT'S IT LIKE?
    He's seen fit to remind us of his genius as a writer of complex, melodic, memorable songs and, with 'hours...', has done it with his typical style.

    HOW MANY GOOD TRACKS?
    Seven, out of ten.

    BEST TRACK:
    New Angels Promise, the spirit of all his greatest, strangest songs in one.

    BEST LINE:
    "The pretty things are going to Hell/They wore it out but they wore it well" from The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell.

    VERDICT:
    It's been said before, but there's old wave, there's new wave and there's David Bowie.

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Bowie In Vienna

on October 18, 1999
    This past Sunday, before the Vienna concert, David Bowie chatted with European fans in a "German-language" chat. We have posted up the transcript (translated from it's original German) in the Discourse section.

    If you were unable to check out the webcast of the Vienna concert, BowieNet Europe has posted the entire show in RealVideo.
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Bowie In 'the Net'

on October 17, 1999
    The newest issue of "The Net" magazine features Bowie in their "Surfing stars" column.

    "A musician whose name crops up time and time again online is David Bowie. Bowie loves the Internet and the Internet loves him back (if you just type 'Bowie' into your search engine, your computer may explode). His cool Web site (www.davidbowie.com) with its state-of-the-art graphics, links, info and even a songwriting competition, is a testament to his love of the Web world. He says that he sees the Net as an extension of his thought processes.
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