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Let?s Dance ? The Bolly Remixes

on May 14, 2003

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EMI Records will be releasing some interesting Asian influenced remixes of a few classic Bowie songs. First up is Let?s Dance, which has been remixed by Shawn Letts, Ben Galvin, and Kelvin Singh at Schtung Music Singapore.

The remix features vocal performances Komal and Kumaresh Rajagopolan along with additional musicians from Southeast Asia.

Check back soon for updates, press releases and information, but in the meantime, click here for some info from MTV Asia.

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Bowie Bits On Latest Album Releases

on May 13, 2003

What you need you have to borrow...

A Bowie link unites the new and recent releases above, albeit rather tenuous in some instances. Here follows those links anyway, in no particular order...apart from left to right...

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The Dandy Warhols have never made a secret of their love for all things Bowie, and there's not the room here to mention all of the Bowie links to the band. However, the new album, Welcome To The Monkey House, had more of a Bowie influence on it than

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Bowie In Conan 'clay Animation'

on May 11, 2003

There's a shop on the corner that's selling papier mache...

BowieNetter 'Nightlight' was first to post on the boards about a new episode of Late Night With Conan O'Brien which airs in the USA this Thursday. Here's what the show page has to say about this unique episode:

In an unprecedented move, NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" will broadcast an entire episode in clay animation. The experimental and groundbreaking episode airs Thursday, May 15 (12:35 AM - 1:35 AM on NBC).

"This may be the best show we've ever done...in clay," noted O'Brien.

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Lou Reed Talks About Nyc Man And David Bowie

on May 10, 2003

I'm just looking for a very good friend of mine...

Lou Reed releases the 31 track, 2 CD, career-spanning retrospective NYC Man - The Ultimate Lou Reed Collection on BMG Heritage on Monday.

Throughout much of January this year, Lou oversaw the remastering of NYC Man, and selected the content, choosing from over 150 source tapes, (masters, multi-tracks, reference copies) making this by far the highest quality sounding collection of his work.

But, rather than sequencing the album chronologically, Lou decided to organise the compilation sonically, juxtaposing the songs by how they sound next to

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