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Brisbane Set List, Picture And Report From Charly

on February 17, 2004

It's over now...

David Bowie has just come off stage after completeing his first Australian show in many a year. David played a 25-song set at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Queensland.

BowieNetter Charly tells me that DB was "very chatty" and we'll hopefully have more details from the show, and perhaps a few pix even, a little later on.

Meanwhile, here follows that 25-song set list courtesy of Charly with confirmation from the tour manager:

Brisbane February 17th 2004

01 Rebel Rebel
02 New Killer Star
03 Reality
04 Fame
05 Cactus
06 All The Young Dudes
07 China Girl
08 A New Career In A

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Summer 2004 Update - 3 More Dates On Sale Now!

on February 15, 2004

The music is outside...

We can now confirm three more dates have been added to David's 2004 schedule. David will play the Hurricane Festival on June 25th and it's sister event, the Southside Festival on June 26th. Finally, a show at the Albert Domec Stadium in Carcassonne, France, has been announced for July 7th.

Tickets for all three shows should be on sale now, but I have to admit, some of the sites aren't always user over-friendly. Here's the full listing of the European Summer shows to date, which have all gone on public sale, except for the Provinssirock Festival which still hasn't got

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Sony Re-issues For America

on February 15, 2004

Turning U.S. round and round and round...

The US versions of the above Sony reissues, (09/15/03 NEWS: REALITY OUT NOW... PLUS SONY REISSUES) are due for release via Sony/Columbia on March 23rd. These American versions will have bonus tracks, but they are not the double disc versions I mentioned last year. (04/25/03 NEWS: SONY REISSUES: THE FACTS)

Details are a little sketchy at the moment, and while I understand that there are still plans for the double disc versions sometime this year, here follows the bonus tracks on the American versions due in March:

1. Outside bonus track:
Get Real

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Wellington Set List From Charly

on February 13, 2004

From deep within, despite the rain...

David Bowie played his first show down under for gazillions of years (16 actually), when A Reality Tour reached Wellington in New Zealand. A somewhat jetlagged BowieNetter, Charly (aka ch ch ch ch ch charlie), called me from outside the Westpac Stadium a couple of hours ago, moments after Mr Bowie had left the building.

As well as very kindly providing the set list, Charly also informed me of a couple of the onstage shenanigans, such as the crowd participation encouragement from David before Dudes and a brief teasing snatch (can I say that?) of Space