David Bowie is a phenomena that had his humble beginnings in the late ’60s, evolving into a superstar that is his own solar system these days. Although he is no longer with us physically, his music continues to become available in deeper and newer ways.
On August 5, Rhino Records will release individual copies of five David Bowie albums released in the ’90s. Those include Black Tie, White Noise (1993), The Buddha Of Suburbia (1993), 1. Outside (The Nathan Adler Diaries: A Hyper Cycle) , Earthling (1997), hours… (1999), as well as the recently discovered and released Toy (2021). All of the sets will feature 2021 remastering. These are break-outs from the 2021 Box, Brilliant Adventure: 1992-2001, which featured the 2021 remastering of the albums.
The seven albums will be released on CD and vinyl LP.
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At last! These albums are currently very expensive on the secondary market, so these are very welcome. Mind you, I’d keep pricing in mind, because if you want all six of these, you’re going to be in for a far bit. Still, it was an excellent period for Bowie, and having these more widely available on Vinyl is terrific.
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