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David Bowie

Laughing With Liza (2023 Reissue)

Limited 5 x 7" Boxset - £71.99 | Pre Order
An artist on the cusp of genius, in the height of Swinging London.
David Bowie

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

limited edition half-speed master 180g black lp - £28.99 | Pre Order
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...
David Bowie

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars: The Motion Picture Soundtrack (50th Anniversary Edition)

limited gold 2lp - £56.99 | Buy
2cd + blu-ray - £22.99 | Buy

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Bidding cheerio to his Ziggy Stardust persona, this remastered live documentary recording is bolstered with covers and guest spots including the reinstating of ...
David Bowie

Major Tom To Ashes

limited multi-colour marble lp - £18.99 | Buy
David Bowie

Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas '95) (Brilliant Live Adventures collection)

2LP - £34.99 | Buy
CD - £13.99 | Buy
'Ouvrez Le Chien' was recorded live at the Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, 13th October, 1995 during the US leg of the Outside tour.
Look At The Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97) (Brilliant Live Adventures collection)
  1. Quicksand
  2. The Man Who Sold the World
  3. Driftin’ BluesThe Jean Genie
  4. I'm Afraid of Americans
  5. Battle for Britain (The Letter)
  6. Fashion
  7. Seven Years in Tibet
  8. Fame
  9. Looking for Satellites
  10. Under Pressure
  11. The Hearts Filthy Lesson
  12. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
  13. Hallo Spaceboy
  14. Little Wonder
  15. Dead Man Walking
  16. White LightWhite Heat
  17. O Superman
  18. Stay

David Bowie

Look At The Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97) (Brilliant Live Adventures collection)

  • 3LP

    Released: 21st Apr 2023

  • 2CD

    Released: 21st Apr 2023


Recorded live at The Phoenix Festival, Long Marston, England on 20th July, 1997, LOOK AT THE MOON! features such previously unreleased rarities as a cover of Laurie Anderson’s ‘O Superman’, which the band had also played at their secret show as 'The Tao Jones Index’ show at the festival the previous day.