We’re still adjusting to life without Bowie and to continue our celebration of his life, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite tracks from the legend…

Stu’s choices:

The Man Who Sold The World (The Man Who Sold The World, 1970)

Modern Love (Let’s Dance, 1983)

Rebel Rebel (Diamond Dogs, 1974)

Ashes to Ashes (Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), 1980)

1984 (Diamond Dogs, 1974)


Rob’s choices:

Heroes (Heroes. 1977)

Suffragette City (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars , 1972)

Let’s Dance (Let’s Dance, 1983)

Valentine’s Day (The Next Day, 2013)

Fame (Young Americans, 1975)

What’s YOUR favourite Bowie song? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to join us on Saturday night as we celebrate the life of the Starman at Transmission. Long live the legacy of David Bowie.



  1. One thing that always strikes me about Bowie is that he always looks so happy to perform songs he wrote even 30 years ago, even right up to his last performance, which is a huge contrast to some musicians who hate playing ‘the old stuff’ or something they may have performed hundreds of times.

    It’s like he just accepted everything he had done artistically without shame or regret. It’s a very rare sort of integrity.

  2. Totally agree with you! I saw the pictures of his last photo shoot to coincide with the release of Blackstar and his smile is so powerful. More now than in the past. Despite knowing he was dying, he knew what pleasure people get from his music. An absolutely incredible man.

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