At the prodding of a daft Swede (who shall remain nameless), I've changed the Earthling Tour concert pages so that the most recent comments (to a maximum of 3) show up on the main concert page. You can see all the comments (and add one of your own), by clicking on the link at the bottom of the comments.
Starling sent in the dates for the Station To Station world tour!
Check out the new fan page links if you haven't visited them in a while. There have been quite a few added over the past month.
New artwork from Ali.
Helen2 sent in the lyrics to Buzz The Fuzz.
Magienoire Torrent sent in another piece of art, while new contributor Geo Wolsten sent in three beautiful new works.
More concert pictures from Leipzig and Munich, courtesy of Gilly!
Ben sent in a transcript and scans from one of the first major Bowie press appearances, i.e. Rolling Stone in 1972.
Artur sent in info on two more singles.
Gilly sent in two slighly demonic looking pictures from Dortmund.
BowieManiac sent in eight more pieces of her artwork.
I slightly rearranged the miscellaneous section of the Fan Contributions section, and included the Windows 95 theme sent in by DJWeasl.
Two more singles from Artur.
KnightAngel sent in her Labyrinth Rises short story.
Artur sent in info on two more singles.
Artur sent in a new single, and also information about an interview disc.
Adenike sent me a piece from the UK Telegraph.
Artur sent me scans for You've Got A Habit Of Leaving and Can't Help Thinking About Me.
Helen2 sent in a good shot at the lyrics to Pancho.
After thinking about it for a while, I added a new song entry for Is It Any Wonder, since Bowie seems to think this is a new song.
Tura sent in a review of her experience at Hanover Grand experience, and Arabia an account of the Paris concert.
Artur sent me some great scans of the very early single I Pity The Fool.
That literary giant, Dara O'Wearney, sent in four reviews of the concerts he's been to: London June 2nd, London June 3rd, Lubeck June 7th and Paris June 14th.
Added some pictures from Gilly to the Utrecht concert page, from Janet and John to the June 2 Hanover Grand, and from Villi to the June 3 Hanover Grand page.
I created an easier way to see back issues of the guestbook by creating a guestbook archive.
Laurie Ayla sent me a series of stills from the Bowie - The Video Collection.
Added a short review by Eric Castaing of the Paris concert, and added three more pictures from the Paradiso concert.
HelenG provided a scan for the latest issue of the Crankin' Out fanzine.
I fixed some of the anomalies in the on the fly lyric contests.
Two new reviews of the London gigs added, one from June 2, and one from June 3.
Eiichi sent me setlists for the Japanese leg of the Outside Tour.
NME's review of the Hanover Grand gig, plus a couple of photos from Gilly from the Paradiso, Amsterdam show.
Artur sent in information on three more singles.
Jean-Marie sent me an article which appeared in the UK Sunday paper, The Gazette, which reviewed the June 3rd Hanover Grand gig.
Der Spiegel had a review of the Hamburg secret gig in German. They call it the "concert of the year", and also reference Teenage Wildlife!
Ramoana sent in her mature content story.
Jean-Marie sent in some photos from the June 3rd Hanover Grand gig, while John Sellars has an update to his review of the concert on the same page.
Markus tells me that the June issue of the German Rolling Stone has Bowie on the cover and a free CD.
Colin McDonald sent in an interview with Iggy Pop.
Another (tongue-in-cheek) London Evening Standard review of the first London gig, a picture and a Teenage Wildlifer review of the second gig.
Two new reviews have been added for the first London gig.
Anda sent in some photos from Bowie's 1996 Russian concert.
Sara and BowieManiac sent in a continuation of their story.
Rachel has a transcript for the April Vox article.
Laurie sent in a piece of Bowie stationery on her art page.
Due to incessant nagging, I added a more difficult lyric contest.
Frank sent me the dates for the Tin Machine tour.
Added a page for the 1974 Japanese compilation release The Best Of David Bowie.