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Teenage Wildlife Guestbook June 2002

Thank you for visiting Teenage Wildlife. Here are some previous user's comments.


Any Scoop on the Royal Albert Hall Appearance?
Honey (Hon2Dan@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP: 68.46.144.7)
Philly, USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 22:50:15 (EDT)
Any Scoop on the Royal Albert Hall Appearance?
Honey (Hon2Dan@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP: 68.46.144.7)
Philly, USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 22:49:35 (EDT)
I think one his best performances was in the long lost cancelled TV sitcom "I'm in a pickle, wheres my handbag " (1974) Where he played a carbolic soap inserter to Hylda Baker's laundry worker.I was in hysterics when he mixed up the washing and the local football team's goal keeper found a pair of arkright's false teeth in his shorts.I think he may have lost something when Hylda Baker died, to see her singing velvet goldmine in the bingo club seen was just magic
miss stubbs (Posted from IP: 172.180.142.153)
USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 12:50:41 (EDT)
Just wanted to let you know that David Bowie's song "Golden Years" also appears in the movie "A Knight's Tale" during the dance scene.
Mandy (agator84@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 64.12.103.173)
Nanty Glo, PA USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 01:49:44 (EDT)
Whoo.... I have been awake and listen bowie about 30 hours now, mostly hunky dory... I feel great!
Billy D (antelope_x@jippii.fi) (Posted from IP: 194.251.240.107)
LPR, Finland - Saturday, June 29, 2002 at 12:32:37 (EDT)
Clark, get "The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars" (1971) definitely a must! Listen to it in order because it is a story about "the rise and fall" of Ziggy. Your love for Bowie music will grow out of this album. There are obviously many essential Bowie songs, but they are scattered throughout his extensive catalogue. You only want to buy a couple albums to start with, so I'll try and give you a brief rundown. Because you're in music, I recommend "Station To Station" (1976), which starts out bravely with a 10 minute song. Or "Diamond Dogs" (1974) (which also must be listened to in order) because it is a tale of an apocolyptic world based on George Orwell's "1984", and is much more experimental than "Ziggy". Later on, you'll want to buy more albums. Here are my suggestions: if you LOVE the hard rockin' in "Ziggy" get "The Man Who Sold The World" (1970), if your heart melts listening to the sad songs try "Hunky Dory"(1970). If you really get into the "Diamond Dogs" atmospheric world try "Outside" (1995). If you love "Station To Station" try "Scary Monsters and Super Creeps..." (1980) "Low" (1977) and "Heroes" (1977) are his most experimental albums, and are the two that Bowie is most proud of. They feature a lot of instrumentals, and complement each other well. These are just guidlines, you'll find your own way through Bowie's stuff, one album leads to another until you MUST have them all. Don't forget to check out Bowie's latest album "Heathen". It is really good. And drop by my website Oh! You Pretty Things! to see beautiful pictures set to Bowie's music. I have the albums that the songs are from on the bottom of each page, so you can gravitate toward whatever you like best. PLUS check out my Bowie Star Chart if you want to see a chronology of Bowie's career with Pics! Have fun!!! -CrystalTJapan
CrystalTJapan (crystaltjapan@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 68.64.154.37)
LA, CA USA - Friday, June 28, 2002 at 14:19:36 (EDT)
I'm 48 yrs old, and been playing music (guitar, bass and piano) since I was nine (Beatles on Ed Sullivan). Anyway, I recently saw a tape of the David Bowie request live broadcast (don't what you call the show)and decided that I needed to get better aquainted with his music (finally) and was going to pick up a couple of his CD's to take to the boat. Anybody have a suggestion as to where I should start? I really would appreciate a reply Clark
Clark Robins (rcrjr@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 64.12.102.171)
Richmond, va USA - Friday, June 28, 2002 at 08:38:36 (EDT)
Hi all
I'm a little behind with the updates and from what I saw here TeenAgeWildLife is in the same situation like me.
I have a question:
What singles have been release so far or planned to be released?
Do you have details (serial number, names etc) or know where I can get them on the net?
Thanks,
Shai.

Shai Shamir (Posted from IP: 192.118.28.70)
ISRAEL - Thursday, June 27, 2002 at 12:29:58 (EDT)
According to the local paper this week, Heathen put in a #9 ranking on the national and local "current music" charts. Not bad. I almost had forgotten to look for Bowie there, since none of his other albums have made it up there!
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
calgary, ab canada - Friday, June 21, 2002 at 13:47:55 (EDT)
The Hollywood Reporter says it is a "strong first-week showing."
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 17:52:27 (EDT)
Here's how Variety today views the chart debut: "Coming in one notch below the Osbournes was glam-rock pioneer David Bowie. The Thin White Duke's newest disc "Heathen" -- the first to be released on his Sony-distributed label ISO -- benefited from promotion on the cyber-savvy Bowie's extensive online network." That view is backed up by the now-out Billboard Internet sales chart, which has Heathen as the top-debuting album this week, at No. 3.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 11:51:32 (EDT)
Alys, I'd like to say I followed Bowie's lead in his comment to Letterman about the deluxe package edition--that I downloaded it instead--but I bought two copies, both with the bonus disc. I gave one away to a friend so he and his wife can get ready for PNC. :-)
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 11:06:26 (EDT)
Jim Farber in today's NY Daily News reports that "Heathen" sold 55,032 copies. He contrasts that with the Hits number for "Hours," which seems to be erroneous, at 7,000. Perhaps Heathen could have been higher, if not top 10, but for the strong performance of Eminem and Korn at the top. For example, 10 weeks ago in a weaker field, peer group members Bonnie Raitt and Neil Young reportedly sold fewer copies at 13 and 12, respectively, than Bowie sold at 14. Raitt, however, is now gold and still in the top 100. It's gonna take Columbia a lot of (miracle) work on radio to have Bowie in the same place 10 weeks from now. Area 2 will help, despite Moby's apparent sales (No. 35; about 325K sold in five weeks) disappointment.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 11:03:28 (EDT)
After one week in the charts, Heathen reached number 5 in the UK album charts, in case you didn't know and wanted to.
Ben Milns (magicfrisbie@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 80.225.22.124)
Tonbridge, Kent, UK - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 07:45:34 (EDT)
Well rancell, I know that I personally bought two copies - one with the limited edition 12" packaging, and one with the bonus disc... so there's my two. Plus I know Evan bought two... how many did you buy? If every Bowie fan on here buys at least one copy, that's a good 10,000 at least.... :-) (according to the registry)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, AB Canada - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 23:57:54 (EDT)
What can I say about David Bowie... he`s the greatest singer in the whole world, he`s fantastic... I LOVE HIM since always... I have no words to describe him, he`s just... THE BEST!!!
Sofía (sofiaormeno@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP: 200.37.159.41)
Lima, PERU - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 18:46:01 (EDT)
Hits, which is usually pretty close, estimated yesterday that Heathen sold about 40,300 copies, but that put it at 29 on its list, and at odds with the retail reports, where the big chains all had it on their top 10s. See www.hitsdailydouble.com I'd bet it was 47K at least, who knows? Maybe even 50K. But probably not. Regardless: not bad at all. Now if Columbia can make it linger, that would be something even more amazing.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 17:40:01 (EDT)
I don't have the sales figures, but "Heathen" will debut on the Billboard chart tomorrow at 14, best showing since "Tonight," according to Reuters and the memory of just about everyone here. Three new releases came out ahead of it. I guess congrats are in order to somebody. Who here bought all those copies, anyway?
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 17:30:59 (EDT)
Who the hell is Dara?
( ) (Posted from IP: 195.93.32.159)
, USA - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 15:22:56 (EDT)
I LOVE DAVID BOWIE!!!! HE IS THE GREATEST THING THIS UNIVERSE HAS EVER EXPERIANCED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tara (aka the worlds bggest bowie fan!!) (zevil@talk21.com) (Posted from IP: 195.93.32.159)
?, ? - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 15:21:29 (EDT)
Apparently the Conan appearance is tonight, not tomorrow!!!
Bonster (Posted from IP: 64.12.101.161)
USA - Tuesday, June 18, 2002 at 19:59:19 (EDT)
happy birthday to dara, happy birthday to dara, happy birthday dear dara, happy birthday to dara :)
Lizz (Posted from IP: 62.219.240.113)
- Monday, June 17, 2002 at 03:32:04 (EDT)
Happy Birthday Dara!!!
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, AB Canada - Monday, June 17, 2002 at 03:19:26 (EDT)
Congrats to Antoine!!! That was so cool!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP: 68.46.51.248)
USA - Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 10:14:54 (EDT)
What is up with the weird writing overtop of everything????? Anyways, just saw part of the A&E thingy (tape didn't end up taping all of it...grrrr...) it was so cool! Brilliant that Antoine got on stage! :)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, ab Canada - Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 03:44:25 (EDT)
hey :) long time no see, and i actually came by for a rather rude purpose; i just want to know what happened to the msg boards. they're down, and only not long ago Evan paid us a visit and said he's still around...
Lizz (Posted from IP: 62.219.241.155)
- Friday, June 14, 2002 at 17:05:29 (EDT)
Oops, excuse the typos! :)
Alys (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
USA - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 16:27:12 (EDT)
The local paper The Calgary Herald reviewed Heathen today... and shockingly, gave it a good rating (Bowie had only previously gotten 2 stars on most of the releases I can recall!)....
David Bowie: Heathen (Columbia) Rating: 3 1/2 stars out of 4. Heahtne is a beautifully crafted sonic excursion that never quite fufills its lofty conceptual potential. Bowie incorporates a vintage 1960s synthesizer for the ethereal swirling background in Slip Away, a tale of yearning that unfolds in the cinematic style of such seminal albums as Hunky Dory. The electronic blips and angelic chorus on the opening Sunday revisit territory Bowie explored more than two decades before Radiohead. The only missteps on Heathen occur when the arrangements lean too heavily on the past. Slow Burn, featuring hired gun Pete Twonshend on guitar, sounds like a watered -down Heroes. In fact, the album's best moments are on the ambitious twists that Bowie executes on a well-chosen assortment of covers, most notably a sinister-sounding romp through the Pixies' Cactus. The song builds into a controlled frenzy from its restrained acoustic rhythm guiar and garage-band drums, played by Bowie. If such songs illustrate Bowie's considerable talent for interpretation and reinvention, Heathen shows that he can make a fine album merely by focusing that ability on himself. (Jim Abbott, Calgary Herald)

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, AB Canada - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 16:26:37 (EDT)
Sure, the handful of people who came late to the Today show and got into the middle section in front of the stage weren’t obsessed with Bowie. But overall, it was a great crowd, with everyone remotely near the stage totally into it. The classic rock radio station’s winners near me could not have been more excited. A grandma from the Midwest next to me was explaining to her youngest that he knew plenty of Bowie songs, it’s just that they were from a different generation, and he didn’t know he knew them. Whether the excitement was because of Bowie the musician or being so incredibly close to the celebrity is debatable, but it was there. More than two of the band members were initially wide-eyed and amused at the crowd and the signs, some of which people actually made at home themselves and brought with them. The big problem was, hate to say it, the weather; too many stops and starts; and the marginal sound at least could have been a lot louder. Welcome to live morning TV. Definitely a fun event. Speaking of late arrivals, I thought I got there early at 6:50, but I’d already missed the soundcheck and apparent (limited) mingling, which must have been something. What time did that go off? To the Philly group who drove in the middle of the night and everyone else who came from the ends of the planet and got there in the dark, you guys are real troopers. I need coffee.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 12:36:46 (EDT)
Silly as this may seem, Bowie is up for Most Attractive Man of the Week at Hello! magazine online.. go vote for him! (and tell the ppl at BowieNet to as well... I'm sure they'd love to see DB win!) http://www.hellomagazine.com/vote/mostattractiveman/index.html
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, ab canada - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 05:35:18 (EDT)
So much for the spontaneity of rock n' roll: You'll soon find in your E-mail if you haven't found it already the four-song setlist for the Today show tomorrow morning, courtesy of Columbia. Assuming you signed up for the company's "alerts." Will this get the soccer moms to stop at Sam Goody's tomorrow afternoon and buy Heathen? ;-)
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 13, 2002 at 17:20:51 (EDT)
ah, rancell.. that wasn't my computer :) But I had access to one, at least for a few minutes! I've just stepped in the door, and am about to go to bed, as I'm quite close to passing out from exhaustion. Flights and connections were late and delayed, making for a slightly more annoying trip back... I should have been home a couple hours ago at least!... so off to bed for me. More roseland thoughts later, once I'm really back awake! xoxoxo
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, AB Canada - Thursday, June 13, 2002 at 02:02:11 (EDT)
And on to the next ..... WFUV 90.7 FM is giving away passes for preferred seating to Friday's performance in Rockefeller Center, but it is members only. www.wfuv.org. You gotta figure the oldies will be more like Tribeca than last night or the BBC show. Even after 2.5, last night actually seemed to end abruptly after the four-song encore. A few more, and the place would have exploded (and it was pretty close to that level already). Perhaps his voice would have exploded too. Wonderful, amazing evening. Alys, I had no idea your computer follows you around. Glad you made it!!
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 14:21:27 (EDT)
Just back from the show, and the Hard Rock... I thought the show was decent, although I wasn't too keen on hearing all of Low played!! The Heathen tracks are pretty decent live, particularly the covers. Bowie remarked that Everyone Says Hi was his new favourite song. What made my night was Bowie playing Hallo Spaceboy for the first song of the encore... I knew Dave wouldn't let me down! ;)
Noam! You were at Faces and Names and I had no idea!!! If I'd known I would have sought you out! :)

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 216.118.201.16)
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 02:59:18 (EDT)
Does no one post here anymore ??? I remember the days when this board was full !!
Jeaj (Posted from IP: 62.31.64.2)
SCOTLAND - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 17:12:50 (EDT)
Bowie is up for most attractive man in the Hello vore this week - he has stiff competition - please go and vote !! http://www.hellomagazine.com/vote/mostattractiveman/?mensaje= you can vote once a day !
Jeaj (Posted from IP: 62.31.64.2)
SCOTLAND - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 16:04:24 (EDT)
OK, let's say he wants to divert our attention from the press reports and not go right into "Sunday." What's the opener? Could be anything, but I'd say "Five Years" fits. Regardless, this should be fun. :-) This released-today version of "Panic in Detroit" really is something else, isn't it?
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 14:56:39 (EDT)
Hello! The world’s hottest glamrock band? Four guys from Sweden & classic rock ’n’ roll line-up; guitar/vocals-guitar-bass-drums. We want YOU to give us YOUR opinion on what it is we’re doing! Check out our website on http://www.supergroupies.com (Music, videos and lots of pictures). Best regards, Micael/Kim/John/Robin.
Supergroupies (fanmail@supergroupies.com) (Posted from IP: 217.215.58.136)
Gothenburg, Sweden - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 10:26:59 (EDT)
just got back from Faces & Names, got a picutre autograph from Carlos Alomar. Had a blast. Now I'm waiting until midnight, when I'll crash on Virgin, and get my copy of Heathen! Yeah!
Noam Gal AKA Gardner AKA AMTRAK (On some circles) (yaron.gal@weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP: 38.210.7.186)
Rehovot, Israel - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 23:06:55 (EDT)
  Anonymous message here:

   

Rocks my socks off. Next time rock my mole off.

Rick Mabus (Posted from IP: 148.85.247.38)
USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 15:55:50 (EDT)
Bowie Rocks! :)Not much more I can say without sounding like an idiot. ^_^ And Teenage Wildlife rocks too! :)
Mishan (ladystardust18@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 209.232.116.100)
Napa, CA USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 11:24:15 (EDT)
Je n'ai pas pu voir mon anniversaire annonçé dans TW car mes 41 ans étaient trop incongrus dans votre jeune auditoire fervent de DB. Glittering idea to choose to-day A SONG OF MY DEAREST, SWEETEST and SO CLEVER & BEAUTIFUL, POOR MICK RONSON who I think of as one of my best friends against emptiness and bad people, to stay faithful to him and David Robert Jones Bowie.
Ann (Posted from IP: 212.198.0.97)
PARIS, EC FRANCE - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 10:31:30 (EDT)
Bowie's doing the syndicated live call in show, Rockline, which in NYC is on at 11:30 pm on the classic rock station 104.3 FM. Check your local listings, as they say. During the promo here, they play "Changes" in the background.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 10:17:08 (EDT)
Heathen was released today here in Belgium. Just wanted to tell you the complete title of the last song: HEATHEN (THE RAYS). Hope that excites your curiosity...
Demir Berisha (dberisha@ulb.ac.be) (Posted from IP: 164.15.1.14)
Brussels, Belgium - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 07:58:47 (EDT)
I saw an amazing live performance of Bowie and the band broadcast on BBC. It was filmed recently at a relatively small venue in England...could have been Royal Albert Hall. Anyone know how to get it on DVD?
Gary (gary.fogelman@verizon.net) (Posted from IP: 141.155.148.150)
NY, NY USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 02:34:07 (EDT)
The same report on Tuesday's performance appears in a big feature in Sunday's NY Daily News. See http://www.nydailynews.com/2002-06-09/New_York_Now/Music/a-153531.asp.
rancell (Posted from IP: 64.12.106.37)
NYC, NY USA - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 15:13:03 (EDT)
here in the rain in calgary- it's making me think of Scotland... and then I come onto the GB to see that Jeaj has posted her drunken message *nostalgic sigh* Reminds me of the old days! :-) (Hi Jeaj!) Btw, cool article in the NY Times rancell.. and Especially interesting tracks for the Roseland show....!
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
calgary, ab canada - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 03:59:06 (EDT)
If you want a chance to go to a screening of the Sound & Vision show at the Museum of Radio and Television for free (it's only $6 to begin with), you can E-mail mixedup@pipeline.com. Check out www.mixedup.com. It's the home page for a weekly show on Saturdays on New York's listener-supported Pacifica outlet WBAI, 99.5FM. This afternoon host Peter Bochan played "Cactus," saying that Heathen was a great album (though he kinda dissed the cover's overt attempt at weirdness), and adding that because of the different screening times, he'd make the contest for the Museum admissions all by E-mail to ease the arrangements' process. You have to indicate in the header that you are E-mailing for tix to the Bowie exhibition at MRT. Great show, great public station, with a long history of supporting Bowie and even better, Bowie fans, as some of whom who used to read these pages well know. And speaking of great shows, that preview with Mick Rock Thursday was a riot. The exhibition looks like it is going to be a lot of fun.
rancell (Posted from IP: 205.188.196.36)
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 20:23:13 (EDT)
PS - I LOVE YOU ALL AND MISS YOU !! Kali, Spidey, Evan, RaMOANa, Alys, Bewley, Helen, Shai, Dara......xx
Jeaj (jeaj@blueyonder.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 62.31.64.2)
SCOTLAND THE BRAVE - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 19:05:10 (EDT)
*hic* Hi everyone ! been a looooooooooooooong time since I did this - BUT - I'm pissed and thought it was about time this gb got a drunken msg from me - just like the old days !!! I got tickets for Manchester now !! If any of you oldies that I used to talk to are going please drop me a line - I'd love to catch up with you all ! "Can you feel the love" (sorry - temporary insanity caused by falling for Darius during PI 0 Uk will know what I'm talking about !!!)LOVE & HUGS xxxxxx
Jeaj (Posted from IP: 62.31.64.2)
SCOTLAND THE BRAVE ! - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 18:59:34 (EDT)
Hey Kali man! I would have answered you sooner, but bnut email goes down every morning for four or five hours so it was pointless. I was here in NYC by the time they fixed it, bro. But there it is. If you're doing Roseland and don't see us, find us at the Hard Rock Crape. ;) XOXOXOXO
KMSV (kelmar666@davidbowie.com) (Posted from IP: 204.120.54.1)
USA - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 16:18:29 (EDT)
Best Buy opened yesterday at 6th and 23rd. Oops. Sorry.
rancell (Posted from IP: 205.188.196.27)
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 13:59:18 (EDT)
Page one story with a color pic at the bottom of tomorrow's New York Times Arts and Leisure section, with a heavier emphasis on Bowie's business dealings rather than the new music. The article says that the Columbia deal is limited but is vague as to how. Bowie again predicts the end of music distribution as we know it. For things that matter, there is a disclosure--shocking to me--about Tuesday's setlist, a major spoiler, so I won't put it here and will warn you to stay away from the article, which will be posted on the Times site tonight, if you don't want to know beforehand. The author, Jon Pareles, was present at a rehearsal. If you are traveling here for the show and want to buy the album, all the major retailers are advertising it tomorrow at about the same price, just under $12. However, Best Buy's Sunday papers flyer is pricing the digipack version lowest, at $13.99, so take that ad and bring it to the Wiz or Circuit City for a price match (there are no BBs in Manhattan). All of which makes me hope Mr. Bowie is right about the demise of current distribution methods.
rancell (Posted from IP: 205.188.200.48)
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 11:28:36 (EDT)
hello where can I buy the single "this is not America"???? send me an e-mail if you know!!!!
fredrik (*fredrik.p@bredband.net) (Posted from IP: 213.114.249.28)
märsta, st sweden - Friday, June 07, 2002 at 14:40:37 (EDT)
The blurb Heathen review in the new People doesn't say much, but what it says is predominantly negative. But David Browne's feature review in the new EW--though with a B+ rating it's not a frothing rave--is positive.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Friday, June 07, 2002 at 09:12:52 (EDT)
KelMar! What's yer e-mail?
Kali (Posted from IP: 68.46.51.248)
USA - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 20:37:54 (EDT)
Happy 28th SB! Hope you have a great day! (I'd email, but I don't have your email!)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, ab Canada - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 14:48:57 (EDT)
On Monday, KMSV, Virgin put up on its web site three things for Tuesday 6/11 at Times Square: the cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie early, the Osborne family sans Ozzy at the dinner hour, and a late listening party for the new Korn. The assumption was that there would be an announcement that day for the weekly's ad deadline. That came and went. Unless there is something last minute, the signing at either Times Square or Union Square thankfully never came together. (I asked 'em late Monday, and they said they knew nothing.) Surely they can't do it Tuesday in Times Square, because there will be lines much of the day for the Osbornes appearance. So Faces and Names is vetoed in favor of the Hard Rock? Either way its a long comedown from an island, unless you're referring to Long Island.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 09:47:31 (EDT)
Hey Rancell- I've been in Da Islands for a while, can you recap just what I need to know about events surrounding Roseland? My brain isn't quite straight yet... Is the Virgin thing on and if so, for us non-queue-ers, is there a link where I can "read all about it?" Thanks pal and see you there or at least at HRC after to thank you for all your help over these trying times, right? :)
KMSV (Posted from IP: 209.3.112.89)
USA - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 07:35:48 (EDT)
Why is David not coming to Scotland?I have seen him 8 times and would not mind seeing him again.The last concert at Glasgows barrowlands was brilliant!The best yet also cannot wait for the new album Heathen.I have an autographed tin machine programme how much do you reckon it is worth?Although i would never sell it!
Gary Hopton (garyhopton@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 195.92.168.173)
Scotland - Wednesday, June 05, 2002 at 14:28:48 (EDT)
Best news I've read about this tour is in the 6/8 Billboard, and it's from Bowie's mouth. He says they've got ready 46 songs "so far." And that interview likely was conducted at least 10 days ago. Certainly makes traveling to multiple shows more palatable. Can we get 30 of them next week? ;-)
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, June 05, 2002 at 13:58:59 (EDT)
Hi Thought you'd like to know that teh single 'Slow Burn' got a 4 out of 5 review in Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet. Compares song to Absolute beginners and scary monsters, mentions Tony V and comments that Bowie is a brillinat vocalist when he puts his mind to it.
Liz in Sweden (Posted from IP: 213.101.65.108)
- Wednesday, June 05, 2002 at 06:43:02 (EDT)
I was just given a wonderful book on David from Greece (in Greek)!!! by Vassilis Kontopoulos. The fanatic friend who gave it to me calls it a BB (BowieBible). For those interested: ISBN 960-7716-03-5
Playback (Posted from IP: 62.104.208.74)
USA - Tuesday, June 04, 2002 at 05:23:21 (EDT)
Hi! I'm collecting cover versions of Bowie songs. Is there any place I could get this information? Maybe you can e-mail me your knowledge? Thanks
KinkySpirit (Kinky_Spirit@freenet.de) (Posted from IP: 62.104.208.74)
USA - Tuesday, June 04, 2002 at 05:10:20 (EDT)
NPR's NYC music outlet has been oddly and strangely quiet about Heathen, making me think that the folk-heavy station was gonna pass. Never fear. Today is new music day, and while they still haven't played it that I've heard, they're now promoing a special sneak preview of multiple songs at 5pm this afternoon. www.wfuv.org; 90.7 FM in da Bronx at Fordham.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.231.228.130)
NYC, NY USA - Monday, June 03, 2002 at 15:04:09 (EDT)
My name is Edmund Marco and it's a pleasure to sign your guest book. I work for an advertising agency in London. Our agency represents direct marketing companies that are involved in the marketing of products as seen on TV in England. Most of the infomercial products come from the U.S. but then again we export our talents as well. My brother has appeared in infomercials in the U.S. advertising various products. I think it's hilarious that English people respond so well to American products while Americans tend to respond well to sales people who have an English accent! none.
Edmund (Posted from IP: 207.220.135.199)
London, Kent England - Monday, June 03, 2002 at 07:34:39 (EDT)
There is an item in today's Times business section about the Robin Hood appearance Thursday the Javitz Center, first I'd heard about it until Bowienet today. He appeared accompanied by a backing track? Alys, get "Endtroducing," on all the critics lists for best of 1998, best DJ album I've ever heard. I don't think he's put out an album under his own name since, until this week.
rancell (Posted from IP: 205.188.201.199)
NYC, NY USA - Sunday, June 02, 2002 at 11:13:29 (EDT)
9am???? *groan* I don't think I'd even be functional at 9am, much less standing in line at Virgin... though I won't say for sure... It isn't my biggest motivation to get an autograph, after all :) Thanks for the info rancell! :) Btw, who is DJ Shadow?????
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 24.64.80.191)
Calgary, ab Canada - Saturday, June 01, 2002 at 00:54:07 (EDT)
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