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New David Bowie Hits Collection To Be Released

by Paul Cashmere on September 29, 2016

in News

Even though there are a number of hits collections from the great David Bowie already on the market, Legacy Recordings has decided that a new one is needed that will take Bowie from his earliest days up through his final album.

David Bowie Legacy not only includes some of the singer’s best-known music but also a brand new mix of his 1971 single Life on Mars? that was mixed by the song’s original producer, Ken Scott.

Legacy will be released as a 20 track single CD, a 40 track double CD set and, on January 7, a 20 track double vinyl LP along with digital versions. Interestingly, the single CD set has the tracks in random order while the 2-CD set presents the songs in chronological order.

The track lists:

1 CD
Let’s Dance (single version)
Ashes To Ashes (single version)
Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie
Life On Mars? (2016 mix)
Changes
The Man Who Sold The World
Space Oddity
Starman (original single mix)
Ziggy Stardust
The Jean Genie (original single mix)
Rebel Rebel
Young Americans (original single edit)
Golden Years (single version)
Modern Love (single version)
China Girl (single version)
Fame
Sound And Vision
‘Heroes’ (single version)
Where Are We Now?
Lazarus (radio edit)

2 CDs

Disc 1
Space Oddity
The Man Who Sold The World
Changes
Oh! You Pretty Things
Life On Mars? (2016 mix)
Starman (original single mix)
Ziggy Stardust
Moonage Daydream
The Jean Genie (original single mix)
All The Young Dudes
Drive-In Saturday
Sorrow
Rebel Rebel
Young Americans (original single edit)
Fame
Golden Years (single version)
Sound And Vision
‘Heroes’ (single version)
Boys Keep Swinging
Fashion (single version)
Ashes To Ashes (single version)

Disc 2
Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie
Let’s Dance (single version)
China Girl (single version)
Modern Love (single version)
Blue Jean
This Is Not America – with The Pat Metheny Group
Dancing In The Street – David Bowie & Mick Jagger
Absolute Beginners (edit)
Jump They Say (radio edit)
Hallo Spaceboy (PSB Remix) – with The Pet Shop Boys
Little Wonder (edit)
I’m Afraid Of Americans (V1) (clean edit)
Thursday’s Child (radio edit)
Slow Burn (radio edit)
Everyone Says ‘Hi’ (edit)
New Killer Star (radio edit)
Where Are We Now?
Lazarus (radio edit)
I Can’t Give Everything Away (radio edit)

2 LPs

Side 1
Let’s Dance (single version)
Ashes To Ashes (single version)
Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie
Life On Mars? (2016 mix)
Changes

Side 2
Oh! You Pretty Things
Space Oddity
Starman (original single mix)
Ziggy Stardust
The Jean Genie (original single mix)

Side 3
Rebel Rebel
Young Americans (Original Single Edit)
Golden Years (single version)
Modern Love (single version)
China Girl (single version)

Side 4
Fame
Sound And Vision
‘Heroes’ (single version)
Where Are We Now?
Lazarus (radio edit)

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