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Bowienet/ebay Auctions Are Go Again

on March 16, 2003

"Don't call me dummy!" - An Outside mannequin
kindly posing with David Bowie a few years ago.

Hunt you to the ground they will, mannequins with kill appeal...

We are tremendously pleased to announce the return of the BowieNet/ebaY auctions, and we're kicking off this new round with our most incredible item yet. We first mentioned this a few weeks ago, (02/22/03 NEWS: BOWIENET/EBAY AUCTIONS TO RESUME SHORTLY) but due to the possibility of a win by an overseas bidder, it has had to spend a little time in quarantine*.

Yes, you guessed it, we're auctioning off the chap in the picture above (only

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Aladdin Sane 30th Anniversary Edition Due In May

on March 15, 2003

Who'll love Aladdin Sane...

Many BowieNet members (including myself) have received an e-mail from a UK online record store regarding the Aladdin Sane double disc reissue, that we first told you about at the beginning of last month. As is often the case with these things, the information contained within the mail-out was not 100 per cent accurate.

The reissue follows the same format as last year's Ziggy Stardust 30th anniversary edition, two discs in the same sort of packaging, including extensive liner notes and rare photographs.

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Db Guests On New Earl Slick Album

on March 15, 2003

"Come on Slicky, you've got me, Bob and Mark... How about Courtney too?
Earl Slick, Robert Smith, Mark Plati, David Bowie and Courtney Taylor-Taylor
backstage at last year's Meltdown festival. Photograph by Total Blam Blam.

Constantly, fervently, firmly, Revolutionary...

David Bowie has co-written a brand new track for Earl Slick's soon-to-be-released album, which has a working title of Newfs*. The song is called Isn't It Evening/The Revolutionary and the good news is that David has provided the vocals on this recording.

The Mark Plati produced album features other Bowie cohorts such as

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on March 14, 2003
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Mtv's '22 Greatest: Voices' - Premiere Tomorrow

on March 13, 2003

BowieNetter Piccadilly and 'David Bowie' face the limelight at MTV's studios last month.

Happy at the sound of your voice...

The show we told you about back in January (01/23/03 NEWS: VOTE FOR DAVID IN MTV'S '22 GREATEST: VOICES' POLL and 01/26/03 NEWS: MTV NEED BOWIE SUPERFAN IN NEW YORK CITY NOW!), has it's premiere tomorrow on MTV2 (USA) at 2.00PM.

MTV are playing the content of the show very close to their chests, so all we can tell you at the moment is that BowieNetter Piccadilly (aka Carla Rhodes), and BowieNetter Lruiz (aka Luis) were interviewed for the programme.

"I'll tell 'em how