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Aladdin Sane is a David Bowie persona associated with the album of the same name. After the “Death” of Ziggy Stardust, Bowie claimed that his next album ...
Rather than continue the Ziggy Stardust character directly, Bowie decided he would create a new persona, Aladdin Sane. The character reflected the theme of  ... Pin Ups · The Jean Genie · Song · Mike Garson
Apr 13, 2018 · Fans immediately saw through it. Aladdin Sane (or, more pointedly, "a lad insane ") was Bowie's not-so-subtle shifting of personas to keep himself ...
This tendency to ambiguity would continue in Aladdin Sane (1973), his next work. That same year Bowie posed with model Twiggy on the cover of Pinups, ...
As much as David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona brought him success, he eventually got tired of it all. The extraterrestrial glam rocker wasn't doing Bowie any ...
Jul 3, 2018 · After making the world fall in love with Ziggy Stardust, Bowie killed him off onstage in London and later introduced a new persona. Aladdin Sane ...
Mar 21, 2021 · An extension of Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona was the seminal figure of Aladdin Sane, which was, essentially, what Bowie described as ...
I'm not more informed than you!.. but the consensus of others that I have read would suggest that Aladdin Sane was (more or less) "Ziggy Goes to America"- hence ...
6 days ago · According to Bowie biographer David Buckley, Aladdin Sane was a ... mirroring both his new persona and his contradictory feelings about his ...
Jan 26, 2021 · In the new telling, 'Adam Symes' became 'Aladdin Sane', a new persona for Bowie and an extension of his Ziggy Stardust character.