Ziggy Stardust was a very popular American rock band that went popular in the early seventies. It featured several well-known celebrities as well. It was headed by David Bowie. David Bowie was a renowned London musician who achieved fame during the early years of his career. He went on to enjoy a lengthy career in both the music industry and the art world.
The band’s real name was Ziggy Stone and they were based in London. The band first released two singles called Little Lenny and Hot; these single songs went on to become Ziggy Stardust and The Haze’s first album. Their second album Diamonds Are Forever featured several well-known celebrities, such as Ian Anderson, Ian Duthirdon, John Paul Jones, and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. After their second album, Ziggy stardust was formed and they remained with the band until their first album was dropped. When the band revived the band, it was then known as Ziggy Styx and the band’s career spanned four decades.
During the last decade of their existence, the band reinvented itself several times, including adding members including Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and John Paul Jones. This new band member brought a new sense of creativity to the group, as well as bringing a new sense of edge to the music, which helped the band to recapture some of their classic sound. While this brand new album took the listeners back to their early Ziggy stardust years, the band also included a wide variety of classic songs, which helped to make this album one of their best ever. This album, coupled with the classic tracks from Diamonds Are Forever, made for one of the best selling catalogs in the history of music.