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My top 5 favourite Bowie albums:

1. Hunky Dory

2. Aladdin Sane

3. Low

4. Young Americans

5. Diamond Dogs

1. Station to Station

2. Ziggy Stardust

3. The Man Who Sold the World

4. Scary Monsters

5. Low

But honestly it could change depending on the mood

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Saw him headline Glastonbury in 2000. **** amazing. How's this for a set list (courtesy of Google of course)

Wild Is The Wind

China Girl

Changes

Stay

Life On Mars?

Absolute Beginners

Ashes To Ashes

Rebel Rebel

Little Wonder

Golden Years

Fame

All The Young Dudes

The Man Who Sold The World

Station To Station

Starman

Hallo Spaceboy

Under Pressure

Ziggy Stardust

Heroes

Let's Dance

I'm Afraid Of Americans

Amaze! :D

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Saw him headline Glastonbury in 2000. **** amazing. How's this for a set list (courtesy of Google of course)

Wild Is The Wind

China Girl

Changes

Stay

Life On Mars?

Absolute Beginners

Ashes To Ashes

Rebel Rebel

Little Wonder

Golden Years

Fame

All The Young Dudes

The Man Who Sold The World

Station To Station

Starman

Hallo Spaceboy

Under Pressure

Ziggy Stardust

Heroes

Let's Dance

I'm Afraid Of Americans

Amaze! :D

It's interesting that he never really liked that song untill he sang it with Annie Lennox on the Freddie Mercury tirbute in '92. Then he said he never realised how great that song is. Before that he never played it live and it never appeared on his Greatest hits album. After that tribute he changed his mind. Well, I think it's interesting. :P

Never really liked his music bar a few songs like Life on Mars which I think is great.

Roger Taylor told Harry Doherty in '71/2 that he should check out and write more about that Bowie fellow as he thought he was going to be huge one day. He was right.

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Tin Machine?

I've got that on vinyl :-)

Me too!! Not good is it.

My five favourite Bowie Albums

Diamond Dogs

Aladdin Sane

Ziggy Stardust

Hunky Dory

Space Oddity

Honourable mention for The Man who Sold the World too - the later ones are not so good (in my humble opinion)

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He generally knew when the wind was changing and chose his influences and co-conspirators accordingly.

A total mutant and he can't sing, but genuine respect is due for his savvy.

I disagree- his singing style is very unique and expressive. He struggles in live performances these days, but you can forgive all these old rockers for that.

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