Social media gets the artist closer to his listener. The listener then gets to know the real person behind the marketed public image (AKA the artist). Social media desecrate the artist. But things get revealed.
He puts who ever the heck he wants on his album covers (and t-shirts and backdrops and...), I stick to facts, not wishes. I'm just pointing at 3 facts:
a/ that from 83 to 2014, there's only been white people use as imagery.
b/2014-2015 saw him running his mouth in interviews that cause outrage...
So desperate. This is begging for sympathy after creating a mess. I still believe in what I said years ago: he's trying too hard. So hard it cannot seem heartfelt. Up to the 'World Peace...'-release era controversy, it was all white people on the cover art to his releases. Bit by bit he had to...
This seems to me like a compilation of 2 different BBC broadcasts.
The setlist for the Bowie broadcast was as follow:
Look Back In Anger
The Man Who Sold The World
Strangers When We Meet
We Prick You
First broacast was on Radio 1.
Same for the Morrissey...