David Bowie - A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)
A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)
- Release Date: 9/29/2017
DAVID BOWIE ‘A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982)’ is the third in a series of box sets spanning his career from 1969 and the follow-up to the awarding winning and critically acclaimed DAVID BOWIE ‘FIVE YEARS (1969 – 1973)’ and DAVID BOWIE ‘WHO CAN I BE NOW? (1974 – 1976)’.
This 11CD box set features features all of the material officially released by David Bowie between 1977 and 1982 including all four studio albums, his 1978 live album ‘STAGE’ in both original and expanded tracklistings, the newly compiled “HEROES” E.P., collecting together both the German and French long and single versions of “Heroes”, and the exclusive new compilation of single versions, non-album singles and B-sides, ‘RE:CALL 3’. Also included exclusively is a brand new remix of the 1979 album ‘LODGER’ by long time Bowie producer/collaborator Tony Visconti. The ‘BAAL’ EP appears here for the very first time in its entirety on CD, while ‘Beauty And The Beast’ (extended version) and ‘Breaking Glass’ (Australian single version) are making their debuts on CD, all on ‘RE:CALL 3’.
The CD box set includes faithfully reproduced mini-vinyl versions of the original albums, and the CDs are gold coloured rather than the usual silver.
- 128 Page hardback book
- Low (remastered) (1CD)
- "Heroes" (remastered) (1CD)
- “Heroes” E.P. (remastered) (CD EP)*
- Stage (remastered) (2CD)*
- Stage (2017) (remastered) (2CD)
- Lodger (remastered) (1CD)
- Lodger (Tony Visconti 2017 Mix) (1CD)*
- Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (1CD)
- Re:Call 3 (single versions, non-album singles, and B-sides) (remastered) (1CD)*
* Exclusive to ‘A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)’
The box set’s accompanying 128 page book features rarely seen and previously unpublished photos by photographers including Anton Corbijn, Helmut Newton, Andrew Kent, Steve Schapiro, Duffy and many others as well as historical press reviews and technical notes about the albums from producer Tony Visconti.
“Tomorrow Belongs To Those Who Can Hear It Coming”