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From Lady Gaga to Nirvana, everyone borrowed from Bowie

There was something for everyone, it seemed, in Bowie's chameleon quality, his ever-changing look and the vast musical palate he drew on

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Madonna (above), Nirvana, Lady Gaga. Bowie's fanbase crosses musical genres, with rappers, pop stars, indie bands and straight-down-the-line rockers bending the knee on Monday to pay tribute to the "Thin White Duke".
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Madonna, Nirvana (above), Lady Gaga. Bowie's fanbase crosses musical genres, with rappers, pop stars, indie bands and straight-down-the-line rockers bending the knee on Monday to pay tribute to the "Thin White Duke".
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Madonna, Nirvana, Lady Gaga (above). Bowie's fanbase crosses musical genres, with rappers, pop stars, indie bands and straight-down-the-line rockers bending the knee on Monday to pay tribute to the "Thin White Duke".

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DAVID Bowie's impact on the pop and rock world was immense, with the singer cited as a key influence on artists as diverse as Madonna, Nirvana, the rapper Kanye West and even Lady Gaga.

It was from his restless, experimenting spirit - still present in his final album released