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Diamond Dogs By David Muncaster
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The country is in ruins. Sick of corrupt politicians the population has revolted but it turned to anarchy and now everything is breaking down. Dog is a manipulative dealer with a plan to turns things... More > round but his motives are unclear and he cannot do it without the respectable looking Candidate on his side. Meanwhile Sweet Thing is an awful reminder of what people have become. David Bowie originally planned an album based around the George Orwell book 1984 but was unable to get permission. The Diamond Dogs LP was his own version of the Orwellian concept. This play is inspired by Bowie's imagery, the songs on the LP and the lyrics to the songs Candidate and Sweet Thing.< Less
BowieNet INside 2000 By Seven
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BowieNet INside 2000 and 2001 are beautiful full color collections of pictures, news, events, chatroom excerpts, messagboard postings, David Bowie's personal commentary, and incredible member-created... More > artwork, poetry, and cartoons from rock legend David Bowie's "members-only" website, Davidbowie.com. Because BowieNet's messageboards and gallery are cleared out every so often, BowieNetters 'Seven' and 'Spaceboys' collected content, then designed and published customized 'yearbooks' for both years as commemorative pieces of memorabelia. Bowie himself had this to say about BowieNet INside: "Wow, Inside!!! That’s an unbelievably beautiful piece of desktop publishing!!! Cartloads of congrats to you and your team for creating a very touching and evocative piece that will become an important memorabilia/document in the years to come. I’m gobsmacked." -db< Less
BowieNet INside 2001 By Seven
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This is an 8.5 x 11 size, 104-page full color book. INSide 2001 includes messageboard postings from the day of and days following 9-11 as well as various hilarious chat excerpts, incredible poetry... More > and beautiful full-color artwork, cartoons, amusing messageboard postings, David Bowie (aka 'Sailor') quotes, and his formal statement on 9-11 the day after it occurred. BowieNet old timers and newbies alike might find very enjoyable this unique collection of memorabelia of 'how things were' in the good ol days when BowieNet Version 2 (with the green tile motif) first came online. Among the silly, sad, artistic, beautiful, and extremely memorable content are quite a few comments from DB himself from that year. This unique treasure is sure to become more valuable to Bowie collectors as the years progress.< Less
When Two Sevens Clash By Andrew Watson
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Since the death of his mum, fifteen-year-old Billy Monson has mostly been cooped up in his bedroom listening to David Bowie records and worrying about girls and approaching adulthood; but with the... More > advent of punk rock, he is prompted to explore life beyond his council flat. Inspired by the music and the message, and with the support of a small group of likeminded friends - particularly the carefree Mags - he immerses himself in punk and begins to find his feet. Despite the unwanted attentions of school bullies, football hooligans and Teddy Boys, Billy grows in confidence and develops an understanding of the world around him; but it is the adults in his life – his dad and obnoxious girlfriend Shirley Twinset, his sister and dodgy partner Mole – who will ultimately shape Billy’s year. Set against the backdrop of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee and riots against the racist National Front, this is a coming of age story that will both move and amuse.< Less
Secret Ingredient By JMB
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Pop-culture, celebrity cyber stalking, celebrity psychopaths, online bullying, magical attacks, voodoo, witchcraft, media-hoaxes, crime.
Hey: The Story of Gum into Glam, 1964-1987 (New Revised Edition) By Dave Thompson
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New, fully revised edition of the original Glam Rock history, tracing beginnings reaching back to "Louie Louie," and forward to a new age of rocking narcissism. Featuring: Adam & the... More > Ants, Alice Cooper, the Archies, Arrows, Bauhaus, Bay City Rollers, Barry Blue, David Bowie, David Cassidy, Chinnichap, Cockney Rebel, Doctors of Madness, David Essex, Bryan Ferry, Gary Glitter, the Glitter Band, Zaine Griff, Hello, Jackson 5, Tommy James & the Shondells, Jobriath, Jook, Kasenatz-Katz, Jonathan King, the Kingsmen, Metro, the Monkees, Mott the Hoople, Mud, the Osmonds, the Partridge Family, Suzi Quatro, Mick Ronson, Rosetta Stone, Roxy Music, the Rubettes, Sexagisma, Slade, Slik, Sparks, Alvin Stardust, the Stooges, the Sweet, T Rex, Wizzard and many more< Less
The Beatstalkers By Martin Kielty et al.
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It started in the early 1960s in a Glasgow school, moved to a secret makeshift bedroom in a factory and ended with a stolen van on a London street in 1968. But between those events lay hundreds of... More > concerts, gang warfare, fan hysteria including a riot involving 7000 people, work with David Bowie – and a single that was a hit but went unrecognised. This is the story of The Beatstalkers – Scotland’s number one beat group. Dave Lennox, Alan Mair, Ronnie Smith, Eddie Campbell and Jeff Allen were national heroes by their teenage years. They lived and played through Glasgow’s No Mean City era and gathered the bruises to show for it. They pioneered an approach to music that set them on the road to fame and fortune. MARTIN KIELTY is author of 17 books, with three in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Permanent Collection. He’s a magazine journalist, TV and radio presenter, former band manager and drummer.< Less
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The Trouble With Familiar By Heather Reavis
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In the face of nuclear oblivion one family turns to robots to secure their future. A retired gangster known as The Disco King mulls over his past sins knowing there is a price on his head. Death... More > drives an Impala. Aliens are invading France. A pirate cares for the universe. In the book The Trouble With Familiar, author Heather Reavis explores the workings of the human race. One moment praising the species, the next pointing out disappointing flaws, she provides the reader with the question- "What Would You Do?"- only to leave us scrambling for the answer.< Less
The Trouble With Familiar By Heather Reavis
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In the face of nuclear oblivion one family turns to robots to secure their future. A retired gangster known as The Disco King mulls over his past sins knowing there is a price on his head. Death... More > drives an Impala. Aliens are invading France. A pirate cares for the universe. In the book The Trouble With Familiar, author Heather Reavis explores the workings of the human race. One moment praising the species, the next pointing out disappointing flaws, she provides the reader with the question- "What Would You Do?"- only to leave us scrambling for the answer.< Less