A perfect companion to Ziggy Stardust. Lady Stardust is almost told from her perspective, in a weird way. It talks about not the glory that was Ziggy Stardust, but rather the trouble of that life and the pathetic underline that it had. It wasn't all great and rock n' roll but more like a constant chaos were people laughed and got entertained and the show never ended. Ziggy Stardust changed with fame and Lady Stardust was there with him every step of the way. A sort of Lady Macbeth in the partner-in-crime sense, only that there is no physical killing, only a couple who goes through stardom and sees everything from the inside.