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The Hype played their first gig at The Roundhouse on 22 February 1970 with a line-up that included Bowie, Ronson, Cambridge, and producer/bassist Tony Visconti. The group dressed up in superhero costumes, with Bowie as Rainbowman, Visconti as Hypeman, Ronson as Gangsterman, and Cambridge as Cowboyman. Also on the bill that day were Bachdenkel, The Groundhogs and Caravan. The following day they performed at the Streatham Arms in London under the pseudonym of 'Harry The Butcher'.

yes, mick was a tough guy and a gangster.

Hunky Dory featured Ronson's string arrangements on several tracks, including "Life On Mars?".[17]

It was this band, minus Wakeman, that became known as The Spiders from Mars from the title of the next Bowie album.[11] Again, Ronson was a key part of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, providing string arrangements and various instrumentation, as well as playing lead guitar. Ronson and Bowie achieved some popularity over the concerts promoting this album, when Bowie would simulate fellatio on Ronson's guitar as he played. Ronson's guitar and arranging during the Spiders from Mars era provided much of the underpinning for later punk rock musicians.

im sure mich wasnt that amused by bowie. copy/pasta by wikiwokus
 

 
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