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David Bowie

Laughing With Liza - The Vocalion And Deram Singles 1964 - 1967 (RSD 23)

Record Store Day 2023 - Boxset - 5 X 7" - £67.99
An artist on the cusp of genius, in the height of Swinging London.
David Bowie

Aladdin Sane 50th Anniversary

LIMITED PICTURE DISC LP - £41.99 | Pre Order
half speed master black lp - £34.99 | Pre Order
These new pressings were cut on a customised late Neumann VMS80 lathe with fully recapped electronics from 192kHz restored masters of the original master tapes,...
David Bowie

Moonage Daydream – Music from the film

3lp - £67.99 | Buy
2cd - £17.99 | Buy
This companion album to the film features songs spanning Bowie’s career and includes previously unheard material, live tracks, unique mixes created for th...
David Bowie

A Divine Symmetry (vinyl edition)

black lp - £25.99 | Buy
This LP brings together early mixes of HUNKY DORY tracks originally featured on the BOWPROMO album in 1971 along with new alternative Ken Scott mixes to create ...
David Bowie

A Divine Symmetry (boxset edition)

4cd + blu-ray + hardback book + notebooks collection - £127.99 £90.98
This collection celebrates the twelve months running up to the release of the album HUNKY DORY in December 1971 via home demos, BBC radio sessions and live and ...
David Bowie

THE NEXT DAY EP (Black Friday 2022)

12" ep - £18.99 | Buy
first time on vinyl for these various album outtakes and remixes from 'The Next Day'.
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.