July 20 street date. CONTAINS NO MUSIC. A radio interview album in which David discusses the songs on “Scary Monsters”.Track by track answers to questions about each song on the album . The sequence of questions on this interview record follows the sequence of songs on the actual LP. Limited pressing of 500 copies.
March 20 street date. 180g picture disc in die cut sleeve. Revel in the sounds of David Bowie's spectacular "Diamond Dogs" tour. First broadcast live by KMET radio station, Bowie's gig at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, 5 September 1974 featured an extraordinary set list showcasing work from several key Bowie albums. One of the most expensive tours in popular music history, the tour and the album helped the star to crack the North American market.
August 9 street date. Escaping his drug-fuelled life in Los Angeles at the end of 1976, David Bowie took up residence in Berlin, and between 1977 and 1979 he kicked his coke habit, rediscovered his love of painting, and in so doing, reinvigorated his musical career. During this period he released three albums known to Bowie aficionados as the Berlin Trilogy. His Isolar II World Tour in 1978 introduced the world to the first two of these albums ("Low" and "Heroes") and took him to 14 countries. For the first time since starting out as Davy Jones in the 1960s, Bowie was Bowie, not Ziggy, not Halloween Jack, nor the sinister and skeletal Thin White Duke. This was Bowie the suffering, introspective artist. This concert, recorded by NPR and broadcast live, features Bowie's Dallas Convention Center gig in Texas in the opening leg of the Isolar II World Tour.
July 14 street date. In 1978 Bowie embarked on the mammoth Isolar II Tour, playing 78 shows across four continents over the course of the year. With a rejuvenated Bowie at the helm, these concerts were considered some of the best he had ever performed. The tour concluded at Japan's NHK Hall on 12th December, which was the subject of a live broadcast transmitted across many parts of the world. Featuring an eclectic mix of cuts from "Heroes", "Low", "Station To Station" and "Ziggy Stardust", this dynamic show is now available on this deluxe vinyl release for all fans to enjoy.
March 23 street date. This four disc anthology brings together the legendary radio and TV broadcasts which helped propel David Bowie to world-wide super stardom. The astonishing Berlin oeuvre is represented by the broadcast live in Japan and his greatest hits are recalled by the very best of the world wide series of live broadcasts in support of The Sound and Vision tour. Also featured are the last embers of glam rock with The Spiders From Mars, duets with Marianne Faithfull and Cher, proto-punk with Iggy, the surrealist theatricality of his work with Klaus Nomi and the cutting edge industrial rock he created with Nine Inch Nails.
June 7 street date. "Come out of the garden, baby", and revel in the sounds of David Bowie's spectacular Diamond Dogs Tour. First broadcast live by KMET radio station, Bowie's gig at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, 5 September 1974 featured an extraordinary set list showcasing work from several key Bowie albums including Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, Aladdin Sane, Hunky Dory, and of course, Diamond Dogs. One of the most expensive tours in popular music history, the tour and the album helped the star to crack the North American market.