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Hallo Spaceboy

The Rebirth of David Bowie

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This edition published in by Ecw Press

Written in English

300 pages

Riding on the heels of the author's previous David Bowie biography, this follow-up covers the post-1987 comeback that firmly established Bowie as one of the most influential rock stars to grace the musical landscape. Beginning with the 1995 release of the critically acclaimed 1. Outside and continuing through Earthling, Hours, Heathen, and Reality, this account shows how Bowie has danced on the cutting edge of contemporary music's many forces and fashions, befriending some of modern music's biggest stars, including Frank Black, Sonic Youth, and Trent Reznor, while revitalizing the persona and musical talent that made him so compelling in the seventies and eighties. Exclusive interviews with Bowie's colleagues, associates, and fans offer fresh perspectives on the superstar's reinvention as both a devoted family man and talent to be reckoned with. A complete discography covers all Bowie recordings, including hard-to-find bootlegs.

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Hallo Spaceboy
2008, ECW Press
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Hallo Spaceboy: The Rebirth of David Bowie
May 28, 2006, Ecw Press
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Hallo Spaceboy

The Rebirth of David Bowie

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Work Description

Riding on the heels of the author's previous David Bowie biography, this follow-up covers the post-1987 comeback that firmly established Bowie as one of the most influential rock stars to grace the musical landscape. Beginning with the 1995 release of the critically acclaimed 1. Outside and continuing through Earthling, Hours, Heathen, and Reality, this account shows how Bowie has danced on the cutting edge of contemporary music's many forces and fashions, befriending some of modern music's biggest stars, including Frank Black, Sonic Youth, and Trent Reznor, while revitalizing the persona and musical talent that made him so compelling in the seventies and eighties. Exclusive interviews with Bowie's colleagues, associates, and fans offer fresh perspectives on the superstar's reinvention as both a devoted family man and talent to be reckoned with. A complete discography covers all Bowie recordings, including hard-to-find bootlegs.

Hallo Spaceboy

The Rebirth of David Bowie

This edition published in by Ecw Press


Classifications

Library of Congress
ML420.B754

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
300
Dimensions
9.9 x 8 x 1.1 inches
Weight
2 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL8548659M
ISBN 10
1550227335
ISBN 13
9781550227338, 9781554907335
Library Thing
2015692
Goodreads
307312

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