in her satin and tat

tragicyouthwasgoingdownonme:

I think my problem with those kinds of articles is the way they imply that ziggy stardust was the first and last weird thing bowie ever did, but I mean like nah he was plenty weird before, he was hella weird after, and he continues to be a switch hitting bisexual senior citizen today, give the man more credit

standing-cinema:

db-ninja:

Bowie

is that a tiny santa claus patch

standing-cinema:

db-ninja:

Bowie

is that a tiny santa claus patch

morning star you’re beautiful, yellow dime on high
spin you round my little room, miracle goodnight

black-coffee-bonus-cup:

Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks

black-coffee-bonus-cup:

Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks

glamidols:

Cherie Currie, The Runaways

893thecurrent:

David Bowie Is, an exhibit about the remarkable career of a musician who changed our culture, opens Tuesday at the MCA Chicago—the only American stop of this show organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Read Sarah Harper’s review, and see more photos by Evan Hanover.

glamidols:

Jobriath

glamidols:

Jobriath

If she says she can do it
Then she can do it,
she don’t make false claims
But she’s a Queen,
and such are queens
That your laughter
is sucked in their brains
Now she’s leading him on
And she’ll lay him right down
But it could have been me
Yes, it could have been me
Why didn’t I say,
why didn’t I say, no, no, no

alternative80s-90s:

David Bowie & his clone on the cover of Interview September 1995, photographed by Richard Burbridge.

alternative80s-90s:

David Bowie & his clone on the cover of Interview September 1995, photographed by Richard Burbridge.

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