NME launches poll to find the greatest David Bowie song of all time

We want you to choose what the Thin White Duke's greatest ever song is

NME launches poll to find the greatest David Bowie song of all time
NME has launched a new poll to crown the greatest David Bowie song of all time – head to NME.COM/Vote to cast your vote.

The poll coincides with the publication of the new issue of NME, on newsstands and available digitally now, which features an in-depth look at the making of 'The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars'.

The magazine, which comes with two collectable covers, includes new interviews with the people behind its creation and contributions from the likes of Noel Gallagher, Radiohead, Franz Ferdinand and PJ Harvey, who all speak about the album's influence on the past 40 years of music.

Also in this week's issue, The xx unveil their brand new album 'Coexist', Example gives us warts and all access to his arena tour and The Gaslight Anthem open up about their new album 'Handwritten'.

Meanwhile, NME's sister title Uncut have launched a new iPad app which allows you to take a look back on the history of the iconic singer.

'David Bowie: The Ultimate Music Guide' gives an overview of the Thin White Duke's five-decade long career with rare interviews taken from the archives of NME and Melody Maker, as well as newly commissioned reviews of each of the singer's studio albums.

The package costs £2.99 and is available from iTunes. A lite version of the app, which can be downloaded for free, is also available from iTunes.

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