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David And Iman Together For Hilfiger

on October 27, 2003

And so the story goes they wore the clothes...

Many online news sources are currently featuring the story of David and Iman's latest exciting collaboration. They are to appear together for the very first time in the launch advertising campaign for the H Hilfiger range from Tommy Hilfiger's 2004 spring collection. Here are some quotes from the official press release:

"David Bowie and Iman bring everything I'm looking for to represent this brand -- music, style, elegance, creativity, sophistication -- they're a living testament to all that influences and inspires me," said Hilfiger.

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Last Night's Set List From Munich

on October 27, 2003

OK, so it's not from Munich, but it's nice and colourful, ain't it?

Calling Sister Midnight, You know I had a dream last night...

David Bowie's A Reality Tour stopped of at Munich's Olympiahalle in Germany last night, for what David referred to as the "Christmas Show". He apparently wished the audience a Happy Christmas on more than one occasion... The man's not the full ticket if you ask me!

The assembled Munichians were lucky enough to be treated to a version of Iggy Pop's Sister Midnight for the first time since the Poughkeepsie show.

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The Italian Job: David Bowie In Milan

on October 26, 2003

Bella Lugosi? Nah... It's DB trying out his vampire cloak
in preparation for Friday's Halloween show in Koln.

I'm living in a silent film... (Not entirely accurate)

We promised "more gems", and today's offering (from a solo Anthony this time) is nothing short of brilliant. There truly are some priceless moments in this five-minute short.

Laugh with David and the band as he attempts to show off his impressive handful of nonsensical Italian phrases... melt at the sight of enraptured, beautiful young fans caught in a moment of sheer ecstasy... experience stirrings down below as David does that

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Last Night's Set List From Stuttgart

on October 26, 2003

A shot of the intro animation from last night's show. Actually it's from Paris, but who could ever tell?

She couldn't sail but she sure could sing...

David Bowie's A Reality Tour reached Stuttgart's Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle in Germany last night. The main set was almost identical to the previous show in Zurich, but with the addition of She'll Drive The Big Car, which, by all accounts had a new acoustic intro. Slip Away was omitted from the encore.

David was in fine voice and typically playful mood, announcing that he only intended to play a fifteen-minute set, and then counting down to

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