Substitute - The Songs of the Who : Guardian : 5/25/01 From their review of the album :- "Pick of the bunch is David Bowie's extraordinarily Ziggy-era-sounding take on masturbation anthem, Pictures of Lily."
Radiohead, Amnesiac : Q : July 2001. In his review, Danny Eccleston compares the relationship of Kid A and Amnesiac to that of "Heroes" and Low. "Amnesiac is a companion work to Kid A in the way that David Bowie's "Heroes" complements Low." "Heroes" also features in the "Like this? Try these...." section accompanying the review.
Dylan at 60 : USA Today Edna Gundersen discusses Dylan's influence. "British glam-rock pioneer David Bowie, who toasted the bard on 1972's Song for Bob Dylan, notes, "Dylan taught my generation that it was OK to write pop songs about your worst nightmares."
Cat People : Salon.com. Joey Sweeney (musician) remembers the lessons his dad taught him. Both of us were really into the soundtrack "The Cat People", companion to a forgotten erotic thriller with one great David Bowie song ("Putting out the fire with gasoline/ Putting out the fiy-ah with gass-o-leee-eee-een!").
(contributors bonster, spaceface)