Thirty three years too late...
You're David Bowie...and every guy wants to be you, every girls wants to be in your pants. Or vice versa, or both! You are innovative, always weird, and aesthetically pleasing. Your lyrics are literate, and your music is unlike any other. You are always unique, no matter what situation you are in. Everyone tries to bite off your style, but no one can be you because you are funky fresh. Be careful to keep your mental health in check, because you have a tendency to flip out. But hey, being borderline crazy makes you even more alluring! You are skilled at manipulating everyone: the press, your fans, and even your closest friends. You are beautiful and strange, and you allow yourself to change and grow.
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Because I have a soft spot for glam (among my other musical proclivities, both odd and mainstream), I thought this would be a good jumping off point for me to list a few of my favorite 1970's glam rock albums:
- David Bowie, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
- David Bowie, Hunky Dory
- Mott the Hoople, All the Young Dudes
- David Bowie, Aladdin Sane
- T. Rex, Electric Warrior
- Queen, A Night at the Opera
- Alice Cooper, Billion Dollar Babies (Alice was glam, albeit its darker side.)
- Sweet, Desolation Boulevard
- Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Oh, yes, Elton was glam in his 1971-1976 heyday. Believe it.)
- Various Artists, Velvet Goldmine: Music from the Original Motion Picture (OK, I know this isn't 1970's glam, but it's the best recreation of 1970's glam I've ever heard.)
In the meantime I'll probably write something to post either tomorrow or Monday addressing some of the comments from lurkers who were kind enough to delurk since my request a couple of days ago.