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★ 2016
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★ 2016

November 24th, 2016 | by nick
★ (Blackstar) is the twenty-fifth and final studio album by David Bowie, released worldwide through ISO/Columbia/Sony on January 8th 2016, coinciding with Bowie’s 69th birthday. It was largely recorded in secret at New...
The Next Day 2013
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The Next Day 2013

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
Recorded in secret over two years, with an upfront single (Where Are We Now?) issued to an unsuspecting public on David Bowie’s 66th birthday, The Next Day was streamed in its entirety on iTunes for several days before its...
Reality 2003
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Reality 2003

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
Another Bowie/Visconti co-production, Reality was well-received critically and was a commercial success. It contains new Bowie compositions with the notable exceptions being covers of George Harrison’s Try Some, Buy Some and...
Heathen 2002
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Heathen 2002

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
Heathen marks the return of Tony Visconti as co-producer with Bowie (who had not collaborated with David since Scary Monsters in 1980). Despite work on it having started pre-9/11, production took in that date and, while no songs...
‘hours …’ 1999
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‘hours …’ 1999

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
This album, Bowie’s 21st and his last on EMI, also has the honour of being the first by a recognised artist to be available in its entirety to download over the internet (in this case, a fortnight prior to its physical...
Earthling 1997
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Earthling 1997

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
His twentieth album – and first to be recorded completely digitally – saw Bowie embracing drum and bass – reflecting the trends of the time – and producing himself. Once again entering the studio with no...
1. Outside 1995
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1. Outside 1995

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
This album saw Bowie reunited with Brian Eno in another concept piece, this time based on the diary of Nathan Adler from an earlier collaboration of theirs. They entered the studio with no material whatsoever, wanting a...
Black Tie White Noise 1993
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Black Tie White Noise 1993

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
Inspired by Bowie’s wedding to Iman Abdulmajid – and containing songs he wrote specifically for the occasion – Black Tie White Noise featured Ziggy guitarist and friend, Mick Ronson. Critically regarded as a return to form,...
Never Let Me Down 1987
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Never Let Me Down 1987

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
A return to a rockier Bowie, this album was another huge commercial success, though not so enthusiastically-received by the critics. It formed the basis of the colossal, theatrical Glass Spider Tour, which prompted a similar...
Tonight 1984
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Tonight 1984

February 28th, 2014 | by nick
This was released immediately after the previous album’s tour drew to a close to capitalise on the huge success of Let’s Dance. Wanting to retain recently-acquired swathes of new fans, Bowie kept the overall vibe very...