Rolling Stone

Jan 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: RollingStone

In the latest issue of Rolling Stone , Mikal Gilmore looks back on David Bowie's incredible rise to superstardom as Ziggy Stardust and his subsequent career as rock's greatest changeling.

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Jan 22, 2012
 
I read it. Kinda sounded like it was just a random person who wrote it versus someone who actually followed his life. And I'm sorry, but I don't think it was right to publicly display the very personal aspects of David Bowie's life. If he wanted us to know about it he would tell us, and I seriously doubt he told the writer any of it himself. He did write about some of his personal life in his songs, but gave us no clue that it was actually him or his life he was talking about. It was really more of a general public thing to me. Makes me wonder how Mr. Bowie feels about it. Just sayin'...

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rolling stones make good music though

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