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David Bowie

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (Dolby Atmos Edition)

Dolby Atmos Blu-Ray - £21.99 | Pre Order
Parlophone Records is proud to announce the first ever Dolby Atmos spatial audio version of David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders ...
David Bowie

David Bowie (Deluxe Edition)

limited indies only cloudy green 2LP with exclusive 'The Laughing Gnome – Vocal Take 1/Mix 1' bonus track - £36.99 | Pre Order
limited green 2LP with exclusive 'Sell Me A Coat' bonus track - £36.99 | Pre Order

2CD - £13.99 | Pre Order
David Bowie’s groundbreaking debut album gets a vibrant revival with a reissue boasting exclusive tracklists to tantalize fans old and new.
David Bowie

Rock ‘n’ Roll Star!

half-speed mastered lp - £25.99 | Buy
5cd + blu-ray with 112pp book + 36pp Bowie notebooks collection - £151.99 | Buy
David Bowie’s 'Rock ‘n’ Roll Star!' charts Bowie’s journey to Ziggy Stardust - Starting with early home demos, through radio ses...
David Bowie

Diamond Dogs (50th Anniversary Edition)

limited picture disc lp - £37.99 | Buy
half-speed mastered lp - £32.99 | Buy
The songs on the album created an urban apocalyptic scenario with Bowie appearing on the cover as a controversial half-man, half-dog hybrid painted by the Belgi...
David Bowie

Tube Map

A3 PRINT - £30.00 | Buy
A2 FOLD OUT MAP - £12.00 | Buy

A4 PRINT - £12.00 | Buy

A5 Postcard - £5.00 | Buy
Innovative Representation of Music History: Band Maps by Mike Bell Mike Bell's band maps transform the rich tapestry of music history into a visual narrativ...
David Bowie

pin ups (50th anniversary half-speed master edition)

limited edition half-speed master 180g black lp - £29.99 | Buy
the 50th anniversary edition of David Bowie’s classic collection of cover songs, originally released 19th October 1973 - a mere six months after the legen...
The Man Who Sold The World (2015 remaster)

David Bowie

The Man Who Sold The World (2015 remaster)

  • CD

    Released: 25th Sep 2015


Even though it contained no hits, ‘The Man Who Sold the World’, for most intents & purposes, is the beginning of David Bowie's classic period.

Working with guitarist Mick Ronson & producer Tony Visconti for the first time, Bowie developed a tight, twisted heavy guitar rock that appears simple on the surface but sounds more gnarled upon each listen. The mix is off-centre, with the fuzz-bass dominating the compressed, razor-thin guitars & Bowie's strangled, affected voice. The sound of ‘he Man Who Sold the World’ is odd, but the music is bizarre itself, with Bowie's bizarre, paranoid futuristic tales melded to Ronson's riffing and the band's relentless attack. Musically, it is almost all hard blues-rock or psychedelic folk-rock - but there's an unsettling edge to the band's performance, which makes the record one of Bowie's best albums.