David Bowie<br />When looking at postmodern music many people often think of David Bowie as a prime example. Throughout his music career he has changed his image several times. In a decade he made 12 albums. These were short Albums only containing about 8 songs. <br />
David Bowie (1970)<br />The Albums he made consist of; 'The man who sold the world'- This album cover raised issues as Bowie is dressed as a woman and in the 70's this was considered homosexual. Some also thought he was bisexual.<br />
David Bowie (1971)<br />‘Hunky Dory’. As you can see from this Album cover, he had long hair. He kept this hair for a few years. <br />
David Bowie (1972)<br />‘Ziggy Stardust’. For each Album Bowie seems to change his image to a ‘rock star’. <br />
David Bowie (1975)<br />‘Young Americans’. When making this Album he was in America. He therefore changed his image once again to a soul singer style. In 1975 he was also a drug addict. <br />
David Bowie (1976)<br />‘Station to Station’. In 1976 he went through a ‘funk’ phase. He was so addicted to cocaine that he became paranoid. He did crazy things like bottled his urine because he thought pixies were going to steal it. <br />
David Bowie <br />David Bowie has done some pretty crazy things in his life, such as he has changed his image many times, he became a drug addict and he was snapped doing a Hitler pose. But yet, people/fans still love him and he is very successful. <br />
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