That's up to YOU to figure out! An album of cover songs released in Austria has two DB tunes!!
The cover versions of "China Girl" by The James and "Starman" by Philip Boa appear on an Austrian sampler called "Badder Than The Original". Although the title remains a point to discuss with the Bowie tracks, it is still an interesting compilation of well known songs covered by an unlikley set of artists such as The King ("Under The Bridge" originally by Red Hot Chili Peppers), Him ("Wicked Game" by Chris Isaac), Molotov (Queens "Bohemian Rhapsody" retitled "Rap Soda Y Bohemia"), Coal Chamber ("Shock The Monkey" by Peter Gabriel) and Nick Cave & Shane McGowan ("What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong). Further more U2 took on "Everlasting Love" written by Robert Knight and covered by a lot of acts, but the version probably best know ist the one by Love Affair.
The James' version of "China Girl" first appeared on their "Sit Down - Remix"-single, which was released on December 14th 1998. "Starman" was the only "new" track on Philip Boas singles collection entitled "Fine Art On Silver", which was released on February 3rd 1997.