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How to remember the late and great Thin White Duke? David Bowie left us January 10th after battling cancer. But he will forever be in our hearts as the iconic, magnificent, and agelessly cool master of reinvention. David Bowie’s genius changed music, challenged popular culture and dared us to be different. A chameleon, a non-conformist and a beautiful soul with translucent skin, great bone structure, mesmerizing heterochromic eyes and a soul-stirring voice.
Let’s remember David Bowie for his genius, his influence, his strangeness. Here’s our 10 fave David Bowie songs. Listen to them now.
1. Space Oddity, 1969. David Bowie’s first hit blew the minds of audiences world-wide and put Bowie on the map in a big way- an intergalactic map as it were.
2. Let’s Dance, 1983 . Put on your red shoes and dance the blues with our alien crooner.
3. Ziggy Stardust, 1972. This song will go down in musical history for its influence and power.
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4. Heroes, 1977. While this gorgeous song did not do remarkably well when it was released, it will be remembered as one of his masterpieces.
5. Sufragette City, 1972. Rock out to this impossibly catchy and relentlessly fun diddy.
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6. Rebel Rebel, 1974. The guitar rift in this song is drool-worthy. Put on some glitter and jam to this Glam Rock anthem. I think we can agree, he showed The Rolling Stones who was boss with this one.
7. Fame, 1975. This was Bowie’s first number 1 single in the USA and was co-written with John Lennon.
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8. Golden Years, 1976. Get your disco on with this dance hall fave.
9. Changes, 1971. Stutter along to this masterful chorus. This song, perhaps better than any other Bowie songs, personifies the chameleon rock legend.
10. Young Americans, 1975. Let your feet fly to this pounding piano while the back-up soul singers give it their best.
Let’s not forget David’s memorable movies! Check these gem performances out.
1. David Bowie was amazing in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth as Jareth, the Goblin King.
2. David is convincing as alien, Thomas Jerome Newton, in The Man Who Fell to Earth, 1976.
3. Zoolander, 2001 is probably my 2nd favorite Bowie film appearance. So funny!
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4. Check out David as he perfectly personifies Andy Warhol in Basquiat, 1996 .
5. You’ll love him as Nikola Tesla in The Prestige, 2006
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