Stern Show What's Your Favorite Bowie Time Period

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Favorite Bowie Time Period

  1. Early Bowie

    2.7%
  2. Ziggy Period

    45.0%
  3. The Thin White Duke

    14.8%
  4. Berlin Bowie

    11.4%
  5. New Wave 80s Bowie

    13.4%
  6. 90s Electronic

    2.7%
  7. 2000 to 2015

    1.3%
  8. Fuck him , he sucks

    8.7%
  1. Honkey Donkey

    Honkey Donkey Well-Known Member

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    Wig related because me made me sick of the song Rebel Rebel.

    What's your favorite Bowie Time Period ?
     
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    Mine is the Berlin albums
    I wish they included Scary Monsters in with them but I guess that goes with the 80s new wave stuff .
     
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    Which period was "Golden Years?"
     
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    Gretsch Man Well-Known Member

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    I guess it was right before Berlin Trilogy?
     
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    Yeah , that was Soul / Thin White Duke
     
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    Thin White Duke.
     
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    This is what I would have voted for.
     
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    Here's some useless trivia. I share a birthday with Bowie. Without Googling, anyone know who else was born on that same day? Bowie sometimes does an impression of him on stage.
     
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    I think his birthday is around Jan 8th or so but I don't know who else is the same day . My guess would be Bing Crosby .
    I think the Wig has a birthday around then too .
     
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    Yep, January 8. And it's Elvis.

    This isn't the best clip, but he really does a great impersonation. Crazy.

     
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    You know I remember reading that in the Bowie bio and totally forgot about Elvis . I was thinking some one older and totally forgot Elvis like 12 years older than him I think to the day . Good one :derp:
     
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    He also offered "Golden Years" to Elvis hoping he would record it, but supposedly the King wasn't interested. Too bad.
     
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    Ziggy period. Reminds me of good times at college.
     
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    New Wave Bowie. I was just a kid and was fascinated with him. I remember the summer that China Girl came out and being completely mad about Bowie. I would sit up all night with MTV on waiting for his videos to come on. My mother would come out to the living room at six in the am and I'd be in front of the TV waiting for Bowie.
     
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    monsoon Who are you with?

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    The goblin king jareth.

    I had all my horses show names from this movie and I rocked that flipping haircut.
    was a very successful look for me


    F mutt
     
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    Alamo
     
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    More than one era for me.
    I like:
    1) Ziggy
    2) Berlin
    3) Thin White Duke
    4) Early Bowie

    That said he's been sporadically brilliant throughout his career.