The opening moments of David Bowie's 1975 LP Young Americans make it abundantly clear that Ziggy Stardust was dead and buried. With a little help from a young Luther Vandross, the title track was Bowie's first experiment with Philly soul music. There's saxophone, background vocals and even a conga player. Some diehard glam rockers were horrified, but the song was brilliant and instantly catchy. After nearly a decade of attempts, it was also Bowie's first Top 40 hit in America.