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Nothing Has Changed enters UK Album Chart Top Ten

on November 23, 2014


“Wham Bam thank you fans!“


Congratulations to David Bowie on the arrival at #9 on the Official UK Album Chart of Nothing Has Changed - The Very Best of David Bowie.

And a very appreciative thankyou is also due to all of you reading this that helped put it there.

If you want to contribute to the album’s continued success, go here for buy links.

Official UK Album Chart



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Golden Years released as Space Oddity orbits

on November 21, 2014


“Don't let me hear you say life’s taking you nowhere, angel”


Thirty nine years ago today, on November 21 1975, David Bowie’s Golden Years 45 was released in the UK on the very day that the re-issued Space Oddity was ending a two week stay at #1 on the UK chart.

1975 was a good year for Bowie chart action. The previous month, Fame had given Bowie his first #1 Stateside and aforementioned Space Oddity rerelease was his first UK #1...even though the original 1969 release had peaked at #5.

The UK press advert for Golden Years reflected this success with the bold prediction:


October No.

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Saturday is last chance to see DB is doc in London

on November 21, 2014


“I, I'm underground (get me underground)”


Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s last-chance-to-see David Bowie Is at the beautiful @rooftopfilmclub subterranean winter hideaway.

The Underground Film Club is situated below London’s Waterloo Station and this is the final screening in the capital for all you London Boys and Girls.

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Julie listens to ’Tis A Pity She Was A Whore

on November 20, 2014


“Julie, Remember me, All the days of your life”


Can you remember your reaction upon hearing ’Tis A Pity She Was A Whore for the first time?

Well, a young lady who goes by the name of The Vampire Julie has posted a delightful video of her first reaction to the track on YouTube.

So if you don't remember your initial feelings towards the song, we have a strong suspicion you will remember Julie’s!




FOOTNOTE: Today’s Bowie lyric quotation is from the song Julie.

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NHC in at #7 on midweek Official UK Album Chart

on November 19, 2014




Nothing has changed - The Very Best of David Bowie (released Monday 17 in the UK), has entered at #7 on the midweek Official UK Album Chart today.

The album has featured in lots of media advertising over the last few days, including TV ads, music press and advertising on public transport.

Our picture features one of the rail adverts in situ at Victoria Station in London. Scroll the images to see the three consecutive right-hand, full-page adverts in today’s NME.

Thanks very much for your support to those of you that have purchased Nothing has changed.

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