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The Alienated Tracks of Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust Turned 50 Years

Let's celebrate a half century of Bowie's magical land, Ziggy Stardust.
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The oddball of the starling stars, David Bowie may now celebrate his glittering-gold picture of “The Rise And Fall of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars”. Exactly on 16th June 1972, this album by Bowie flowed over the globe from a small town called Brixton. 

For some early-bloomers, Ziggy Stardust might have stuck as an amendment, an entree of a modern glam rock. Marching for a half century, this album is a planetarium despite his repellent stage persona. As it was followed by a couple of hits, years before, Bowie refined his glamorous act throughout this album. A little flashback, Bowie was in a stage of confusion as he was leaping in an unprecedented artistic faith. Even though, by the end of the day, all the world of rock is always hanging in this idiosyncratic virtue.

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