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Musical Mondays Week 86 Preview (SlidePocket's Pick)

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You ever know whatever happened to the life of a mysterious glam rock megastar? Which is why my next pick for this series is...

 

 

Velvet Goldmine by Todd Haynes, and starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Ewan McGregor, Christian Bale and Toni Collette! 

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I have this soundtrack on cd, it's awesome. It's been years since I watched the movie!

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32 minutes ago, SlidePocket said:

You ever know whatever happened to the life of a mysterious glam rock megastar? Which is why my next pick for this series is...

 

 

Velvet Goldmine by Todd Haynes, and starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Ewan McGregor, Christian Bale and Toni Collette! 

Awesome! I’ve always wanted to see this!

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oh man this is enough to get me back on the MM train (sorry I've been away, I got a promotion at work and it got CRAZY)

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52 minutes ago, EvRobert said:

oh man this is enough to get me back on the MM train (sorry I've been away, I got a promotion at work and it got CRAZY)

Sorry, I just skipped your pick 😬

Congrats on the promotion! I hope you can be around more often. Do you want me to add you to the end of the rotation? 

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Don't be sorry! I haven't been around in forever and yes go ahead slot me back in please

 

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I approve this choice.  It's on sale for $4.99.

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I just read a synopsis on IMDB. We already watched Eddie and the Cruisers.

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If anyone is interested in an imaginative, but more historically-based, telling of this era of David Bowie's life, then I cannot recommend highly enough this graphic novel by Steve Horton and Michael and Laura Allred. It functions really more as a biography of Ziggy Stardust than a fact-based study of Bowie, but I absolutely adore it.

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