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ANCIANT break outs due February

on January 18, 2018


“'Cause Low is on sale again”


Following the release of last year’s acclaimed ‘A New Career In A New Town (1977 – 1982)’ box set, break outs of five selected albums from the set as stand-alone releases will be released on February 23rd and are now available on the links below for pre-order:




Stage 2017


Scary Monsters


These releases haven’t been available on vinyl officially for more than a quarter of a century since the very limited EMI reissues in 1991.


Keep reading for the press release.



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David Bowie is… in Bloomingdale’s: Part 2

on January 16, 2018


“I ran to the window, Looked through a pane or two”


Yesterday we told you that in celebration of the upcoming David Bowie Is at the Brooklyn Museum exhibition, Bloomingdale’s in New York has two windows given over to some of the exhibits and a few of Freddie Burretti’s 'daywear' outfits that won’t be in the exhibition.


As promised, our montage shows the other window and a shot of David wearing the featured outfit at Union Station, Los Angeles, in March 1973.


The windows will be up through the end of day on January 28th and are at the 60th Street and Lexington Avenue entrance.


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David Bowie is… in Bloomingdale’s

on January 15, 2018


“I see you see me through your window”


As you know, the V&A’s critically acclaimed David Bowie is exhibition will make the final stop of its world tour at the Brooklyn Museum from March 2nd to July 15th.


In celebration of that fact, Bloomingdale’s in New York (1000 Third Avenue, 59th Street and Lexington Avenue), have two windows given over to a few of the exhibition pieces and some Freddie Burretti 'daywear' outfits.


Our montage shows one of the windows and a picture of David wearing the featured outfit at a press conference at the George V Hotel in Paris on May 3rd, 1973.



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Let’s Dance (Demo) available now

on January 08, 2018


“Because my love for you, Would tear my heart in two”










To celebrate what would have been the 71st birthday of David Bowie, the previously unreleased LET’S DANCE (DEMO) is available now as a special digital-only single via Parlophone for streaming and download.


In late 1982, David Bowie was visited at his home in Switzerland by Nile Rodgers to listen to songs for the album that became LET’S DANCE.


Inspired by the new songs that Bowie had written the pair decided to