Neil Young & The Rolling Stones have every right to follow their own paths, they both have a total body of work which has earned them respect and admiration, but surely that doesn’t mean they should ignore quality control so dismissively in the latter stages of their careers?

In some ways, Wooxdmansey’s account gives a more grounded view of the Ziggy years, but it can also be seen to depressingly demythologize this magical time in rock music history and in the lives of seventies glam-rock starchildren nostalgically holding onto a consciously skewed mental image of that golden era in this age of Trump and terror.