David Bowie / Tin Machine Someone Sees It All / Tokyo 92 A live 10" release from David Bowie's side project Tin Machine. Someone Sees It All, recorded live at The Budokan Hall, Tokyo, February 17th 1992. Rockwell 10"
Tin Machine Tin Machine II LP on 180g 'silver' coloured vinyl. LP on 180g black vinyl. Originally released by Victory Music in 1991, Tin Machine II is the second and final studio album by Tin Machine. After this album and the supporting tour, frontman David Bowie resumed his solo career. Tin Machine II’s reputation has only increased over the years. Uncut magazine placed the album on their list of 50 Great Lost Albums (their list of great albums not currently available for purchase), calling the album “extraordinary”. As with all Bowie albums, there are plenty of strong tracks here to make this a must have. Opening track “Baby Universal” is pure Bowie. He re-recorded this track in 1996 for his 1997 album Earthling, but the track was not released on the album. It was eventually released in 2020 on the Bowie EP Is it Any Wonder?. The first single “You Belong in Rock n’ Roll” was released ahead of the album and peaked at No. 33 in the UK. The second single “Baby Universal” achieved success on the Modern Rock chart in the USA, where it reached No. 21, and the third and last single “One Shot” became an even bigger hit, reaching No. 3. The album’s cover (which was censored for its original USA release!) was created by Edward Bell, who had previously worked with Bowie in making artwork for Scary Monsters. The MOV cover features a spot varnish finish. Music On Vinyl gives Tin Machine II its first vinyl re-release since the 1991 original, and it’s pressed on coloured vinyl for the very first time. The initial pressing is a limited edition of 10,000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl. The CD is released simultaneously on Music On CD (MOCCD13972) both the LP and the CD versions feature the hidden & unlisted track “Hammerhead (instrumental)”. Music On VInyl CD | LP
Tin Machine No Sense Of Destination LP on 180g 'burgundy red' coloured vinyl. LP on 180g 'royal blue' coloured vinyl. A live set from David Bowie, recorded at The Warfield Theater, San Francisco, California, December 17th 1991. Rockwell / Roxborough LP
David Bowie ChangesNowBowie [RSD20] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2020 - Drop 1. Available online from 6:00pm on Saturday 29th August, strictly one per customer. CHANGESNOWBOWIE which has never been available on record will be released in limited quantities on LP and CD for Record Store Day on 18th April, 2020. The cover art for the album will feature a portrait of David by renowned photographer Albert Watson, taken in New York in 1996. CHANGESNOWBOWIE is a nine-track mostly acoustic session which was recorded in 1996 in New York during rehearsals for Bowie's 50th birthday concert at Madison Square Garden. The BBC broadcast the session the following year, on Bowie's 50th birthday on January 8, 1997 by Mary Anne Hobbs Parlophone CD | LP RSD 2020
David Bowie Best Of Dallas '78 - Isolar II World Tour Best of Bowie, live from the Dallas Convention Center on 10th April 1978 Escaping his drug-fuelled life in Los Angeles at the end of 1976, David Bowie took up residence in Berlin, and between 1977 and 1979 he kicked his coke habit, rediscovered his love of painting, and in so doing, reinvigorated his musical career. During this period he released three albums known to Bowie aficionados as the Berlin Trilogy, comprising of the albums Low (1977), Heroes (1977), and Lodger (1979). David Bowie’s Isolar II World Tour in 1978 introduced the world to the first two of these albums – Low and Heroes - and took him to 14 countries. For the first time since starting out as Davy Jones in the sixties, Bowie was Bowie, not Ziggy, not Halloween Jack, nor the sinister and skeletal Thin White Duke. This was Bowie the suffering, introspective artist. This concert, recorded by NPR and broadcast live, features the best of Bowie’s Dallas Convention Center gig in Texas in the opening leg of the Isolar II World Tour. PROTUS LP