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David Bowie "1990s-era Box Set"

David Bowie "1990s-era Box Set"

Postby omar » Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:11 am

Planned for 2021, this new boxset will be the next offering after the Loving The Alien set from 2018. Albums covered will be 1993-2001 which will include Black Tie White Noise (1993), The Buddha of Suburbia (1993), 1. Outside (1995), Earthling (1997) and Hours (1999). Strangely enough since it extends to 2001 one can guess and hope that we finally get an official release of Toy from 2001 and perhaps an unedited version of Live At BBC Radio Theatre (2000). No track listing yet but I'm sure we're in for some nice surprises . This new boxset will skip past the two Tin Machine albums.
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Re: David Bowie "1990s-era Box Set"

Postby negative1 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:59 pm

This is the only era I like from him. But i have all the deluxe versions
and remixes in a french boxset already.

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Re: David Bowie "1990s-era Box Set"

Postby postpunkmonk » Wed Sep 30, 2020 4:41 am

I don't have any of the Big Bowie Boxes. At least with "Toy" being possibly offered, we have a much more real "fake album" than modern remixes of classic material or "The Gouster." I probably still won't buy it.
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