David Bowie has done it all. Been in Nicholas Roeg films, almost was the Acid Queen in Tommy, married a supermodel, had sex with everything else including probably a washing machine, contributed to the Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle soundtrack, gotten a lollipop thrown right into his eye socket onstage, played keyboards for Iggy, danced around with Mick Jagger like a kook, bought a mountain for a million dollars in upstate New York, collaborated with Pat Metheny, had Sonic Youth back him up, pioneered the super-long music video on MTV, perfromed under a giant glass spider, and last but not least, wrote "The Laughing Gnome" (Real Audio). He also inspired someone to sing passionate renditions of his songs in the bath, found on a tape heavily played around WFMU circa 2001 (thanks to the Professor, who originally obtained it from his friend Georgia Todd) simply called Ziggy Bathtub. All we know is that Zig was a South African who recorded these songs around 1992 to accompany a loveletter to a ladyfriend while he was living in Georgia. Here's "Bowie Medley 3" (MP3) and "Rock and Roll Suicide" (MP3).