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Posthumous David Bowie Track “Baby Universal ’97” Released

On Friday, January 31, the estate of David Bowie released a 1997 recording of “Baby Universal.” The Tin Machine track originally appeared on their 1991 album Tin Machine II and is the latest offering from Bowie’s posthumous Is It Any Wonder? EP. The track, which has been dubbed “Baby Universal ’97,” was originally slated to...

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Here’s a Rare Acoustic Version of David Bowie’s “The Man Who Sold the World”

On what would be David Bowie’s 73rd birthday today (January 8), Parlophone Records has announced two new posthumous projects from the late legend. The first taste is a rare, mostly acoustic version of Bowie’s 1970 single “The Man Who Sold the World.” The track comes from Bowie’s 1996 recording sessions with Gail Ann Dorsey (bass,...

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Bauhaus Make Triumphant Return After 13 Years, on the Heels of Peter Murphy’s Heart Attack

The newly reunited Bauhaus played their first gig in 13 years at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday, November 3. Leave it to a legendary British goth band to time their reunion on the end of Daylight Saving, effectively ushering in the days when it’s pitch black out by 5 o’clock. According to fan-shot video of the performance,...

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The 35 Greatest Rock and Roll TV Moments Before the ’90s

A version of this article originally appeared in the August 1990 issue of SPIN. 1. January 28, 1956:Elvis Presley appeared on the Dorsey Brothers Stage Show. Quincy Jones: “If you want to know the exact moment that rock’n’roll started, it was right then.” 2. April 3, 1956:Elvis Presley appeared on The Milton Berle Show. Filmed aboard...

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Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison Announce Benefit Concert With Billy Idol, Perry Farrell, Gavin Rossdale, More

Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison have announced the second installment of their benefit concert series Above Ground. The show will take place Sept. 16 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and feature a stacked ensemble joining Navarro and Morrison to perform The Stooges’ self-titled debut and David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...

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Hear Snippets of Three Unreleased David Bowie Demos From the ’60s

A reel-to-reel tape featuring three unreleased David Bowie demos will be auctioned this month in England, as the Guardian reports. Bowie recorded the demos for his debut album at Decca Studio 2 in West Hampstead, London in 1967, per the auction house; none of the songs made the final cut. The tape includes the ragtime-y “Did You Ever Have a...

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Parlophone Announces New David Bowie Demos Album

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the indelible Space Oddysey, Parlophone has put together a new collection of previously unreleased David Bowie demos. The ‘Mercury’ Demos were captured live in a single take in Bowie’s flat in 1969, and include versions of “Space Oddysey,” “An Occasional Dream,” and “Janine,” which apparently “features a short section sung to...

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