Added a link to a review from Salon Magazine for the Saturday Night Live - 25th Anniversary CD.
David Bolin (yes, another db!) has set up a Bowie tablature page and is rapidly adding more songs. There's also a separate Bowie tab page that includes lots of great Bowie songs. We've added them both to the music page to give alternatives to the declining OLGA (Online Guitar Archive).
Added a link to a Launch.com review of 'hours...'.
Eric Castaing sent in scans of all of the artwork from the UK CD 1 and CD 2 for Thursday's Child.
Rob Wheeler and Philippe Auliac sent in snaps from the Thursday's Child video.
Since I've had more than a few questions about it, I've added the superstitious "day of the week" birthday rhyme to the Thursday's Child trivia section.
BabyGrace sent in a transcription of lyrics for the electronic download bonus track No One Calls.
Michael R. and David S. sent in scans and information on the promo version of The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell, which will be the first single in Japan, and possibly? the first single in Australia.
Ruud has updated the Illustrated db Discography to v10.1
Arild sent in the lyrics for the B-side We Shall Go To Town from the Thursday's Child single, a song which Arild describes as "very good".
Iscariot Lox sent in another Bowie fan art contribution.
June sent in two photos of Bowie and Iman at the MTV Video Awards from Hello Magazine.
Halldor sent in a pencil drawing of the new look Bowie.
Added a scan of the Une Rentrée 99 CD from Les Inrockuptibles magazine sent in by Eric Castaing.
Created a new section for photographs from 1999.
Mistress Vampira sent in four of her pieces of Bowieart.
Ruud Altenburg's Illustrated Discography has moved to version 10.0. As always, Ruud welcomes contributions from readers.
Added the pre-show interview with Kurt Loder to the MTV Video Awards show, along with some video snaps for those of you who are Quicktime-4 incompatible.
Stefano sent in a scan of the cover of Sean Mayes' We Can Be Heroes.
Zig Dust sent in his attempt at the Thursday's Child lyrics based on the video version.
Simone sent in a picture she took of the rain-soaked Leipzig concert on the Earthling tour.
Heather sent in a work-in-progress, a sequel to Labyrinth
Karin sent in four Bowie poems for the poetry section.
Daniel Swedin sent in another poster from the Young Americans US flag photo shoot.
Zig Dust sent in a scan of the Philippine pressing of Scary Monsters, which proudly proclaims "Includes the Punk Rock Hit Singles - 'Ashes To Ashes', 'Fashion' & 'It's No Game (Part 1 & 2))'
Jennifer sent in a new piece of Bowie-inspired artwork.
As a special treat for the first of the month, we now have the official track times for the 'hours...' album. Looks like just over 47 minutes of music to anticipate.