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David Bowie Actually Moonlights as Every Metal Gear Solid Character Ever

Over the weekend, Reddit user tehaveragejoel found the spare time to make this eye-opening picture: when you lay David Bowie's mug (with a few of his many, many hair variations) next to each Metal Gear Solid , there's a fairly uncanny resemblance. Read More >>

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UK Vinyl Sales Get Lucky Thanks to Daft Punk and Bowie Successes

UK vinyl sales have got Harder Better Faster Stronger in 2013, doubling year-on-year as music fans' Digital Love wanes as they Give Life Back to Music through the waxy discs One More Time, thanks in part to the success of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories. Sorry. Read More >>

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Your Only Chance to Hear a Space Oddity Cover Recorded in Space

Here Hadfield, who's coming back to Earth sometime today, takes on David Bowie's Space Oddity and it's just the best. We get to see ISS in flight, watch Hadfield's guitar float through zero-g, and listen to his surprisingly good astro-voice. If you can think of a better way to spend your last day in space, I'd love to hear it. Read More >>

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Why Is YouTube Censoring David Bowie's SFW New Music Video?

Here we go again. After Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines video was pulled from YouTube last month, David Bowie's latest video from his new album "The Next Day" has been pulled from YouTube for violating the site's Terms of Service as pointed out by Billboard. But it's unclear why for a number of reasons. Read More >>

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Rocksmith for PS3 is Your "Eat My Axe-Grinding Fretwizadry, David Bowie" Deal-of-the-Day

Today's big news seems to be that ageing, tune-wielding chameleon David Bowie has come back from the dead and is ready to rock and pop his way up the hit parade once more, with his first album in a decade. Read More >>

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Ziggy Played With GarageBand '11

IPC Media has gutted a load of old copies of Uncut magazine, cobbled them together with YouTube clips and album reviews, to create David Bowie: The Ultimate Music Guide for iPad. It contains six hundred pages. [iTunes via Apps Rush] Read More >>

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