The Man Who Sold the World is the closest thing to a definitive David Bowie chronicle yet
There are 1 comment on the Denver Westword story from Oct 1, 2012, titled The Man Who Sold the World is the closest thing to a definitive David Bowie chronicle yet. In it, Denver Westword reports that:
Since David Bowie made his first mark on the world -- and beyond -- with 1969's "Space Oddity," decoding his music has been a prime pastime for his fans.
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Since: Nov 11
#1 Oct 1, 2012
Haven't read the book or even gotten it, but I like to come up with my own meanings of his songs anyway. I love them all!
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