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Nothing Has Changed online trailer part one

on November 18, 2014

 

“You’re always first online“

 

Those clever marketing types over at Parlophone have created a series of short trailers for Nothing Has Changed.

Go here for part 1, which represents CD1 of the 3 disc set.

 

Order Here:

3CD http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC3CD 

2CD http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC2CD

Digital http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC3digital

Vinyl: http://smarturl.it/BowieNHCLP

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More NHC releases out today including 1CD version

on November 18, 2014

 

“I saw it in America“

 

Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie is released today (Tuesday 18) in the nine territories listed below.

 

Argentina (including 1 CD version)

Brazil

Canada

Chile

Mexico (including 1 CD version)

Singapore

Spain

Thailand

USA

 

As you can see, Argentina and Mexico have their own single disc version (pictured) released alongside the standard 3CD and 2CD versions. Here’s the tracklisting for their 1CD version.

 

David Bowie - Nothing Has Changed

1 CD Version – Argentina and Mexico

 

01 - Let's Dance (single version)

02 - Ashes To Ashes (single version)

03 -

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NHC and Sue available to more today

on November 17, 2014

 

“It’s Monday“

 

If you’re in the UK, you can’t have failed to notice via the likes of the two-page Music Week advert and the spate of various TV adverts for Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie, that the album is released there today.

Indeed, the single, Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), and the album, Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie, are both released today (Monday November 17) in the ten territories listed below.

 

Czech Republic

Denmark (Digital 14th)

France

Hungary

Hong Kong

Italy

Norway

Poland

South Africa

UK

 

Italy has apparently moved their release date forward a

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Four Bowie covers for Dutch VARAgids magazine

on November 16, 2014

 

“All the days of my life“

 

Issue #46 of Dutch magazine, VARAgids, boasts four different Bowie covers for a six-page feature (plus a single page contest), wherein over forty experts, musicians and famous Bowie enthusiasts, choose the fifteen best ever Bowie songs.

Each front cover has the enigmatic line: Hero for 24,779 days. This is reference to the total number of days between Wednesday, January 8th, 1947 (Bowie’s birthdate), and Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 (publication date of this issue).

Each of the covers follows the same theme thus...

 

1965, the 6,629th day

1973, the 9,763th day

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Even more screenings of David Bowie is doc

on November 16, 2014

 

“Ireland, Australia, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Portugal, UK”*

 

A reminder that this coming week sees further screenings of Hamish Hamilton’s David Bowie is documentary.

If you’re in any of the countries in the list below right now, check here for local screenings and to book tickets.

 

Australia

Belgium

Germany

Ireland

Poland

Portugal

UK

 

Stay tuned for news of more upcoming screenings. Don't forget the screening at the Curzon in London’s Soho on Monday night.

 

*OK, artistic licence has been abused with today's lyric quotation. Can you guess what song it’s from?

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