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Articles about David Bowie
- David Bowie is the main entry about the artist.
- Characters: David Bowie: About his ever-changing persona in his concept albums.
Articles about his studio albums:
- 1967 - David Bowie
- 1969 - Space Oddity
- 1970 - The Man Who Sold the World
- 1971 - Hunky Dory
- 1972 - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
- 1973 - Aladdin Sane
- 1973 - Pin Ups
- 1974 - Diamond Dogs
- 1975 - Young Americans
- 1976 - Station to Station
- 1976 - Changesonebowie (Greatest Hits Album)
- 1977 - Low
- 1977 - "Heroes"
- 1979 - Lodger
- 1980 - Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
- 1983 - Let's Dance
- 1984 - Tonight
- 1987 - Never Let Me Down
- 1989 - Tin Machine (with Tin Machine)
- 1993 - Black Tie White Noise
- 1993 - The Buddha of Suburbia
- 1995 - Outside
- 1997 - Earthling
- 1999 - 'hours...'
- 2002 - Heathen
- 2003 - Reality
- 2013 - The Next Day
- 2016 - ★
Albums not made, but produced by Bowie:
- Raw Power by The Stooges: A 1973 album where he did the mixing.
- Transformer by Lou Reed: A 1972 album that Bowie co-produced and performed backing vocals on.
- The Idiot by Iggy Pop: A 1977 album which he produced, added musical instrumentations to and co-wrote some of the songs, and performs backing vocals. Is generally seen as a prelude to the Berlin Trilogy, given the similarity in production style, Bowie's heavy involvement that ended up shaping it into one of his albums in all but name, and the fact that the opening track, "Sister Midnight", was written into Bowie's own "Red Money" on Lodger in 1979.
- Lust for Life by Iggy Pop: A 1977 album which he produced, co-wrote, and added musical instrumentation and backing vocals to. Bowie would later cover "Neighborhood Threat" and "Tonight" on Tonight in 1984.
Films starring David Bowie:
- The Man Who Fell to Earth: A 1976 cult classic starring Bowie as an extraterrestrial alien who landed on Earth. (This was his first major dramatic role.)
- Christiane F.: A 1981 film adaptation of the autobiographical non-fiction book by Christiane F. who suffered through a life as a teenage heroin prostitute. Bowie appears as himself in the film, performing some of his '70s hits during a concert.
- The Hunger: A 1983 horror movie in which Bowie plays a vampire.
- Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence: A 1983 World War II movie in which Bowie portrays a British prisoner of war in a Japanese POW camp.
- Into the Night: A 1985 comedy thriller with Bowie as an Evil Brit hitman.
- Absolute Beginners: A 1986 rock musical where he has a key supporting role and also contributes several songs to the soundtrack. The title track was released as a single during the leadup to the film's release.
- Labyrinth: A 1986 children's musical adventure fantasy film made with puppets provided by Jim Henson. Bowie plays the primary antagonist, Jareth the Goblin King, and provides the song score.
- The Last Temptation of Christ: A controversial 1988 Bible film about the final days of Jesus of Nazareth, in which Bowie has a small role as Pontius Pilate.
- Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me: A 1992 movie adaptation of the eponymous TV series. Bowie has a cameo as an FBI agent.
- Zoolander: A 2001 comedy in which he appears as himself in a cameo.
- The Prestige: A 2006 sci-fi period piece. Bowie portrays Nikola Tesla.
Films based on the man and his music
People associated with Bowie
- Duncan Jones: Bowie's son, well-known as a film director.