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  • Ryan
    May 12, 2020
    Thanks so much for this release. I'm especially grateful you put it out on CD in addition to vinyl and digital. I kind of wish these sort of extra tracks would be part of the period box sets (criminal that the Ryko extras from Low, Heroes, and Lodger weren't part of the New Career in a New Town box, for example, and I'd far prefer to have the bonus tracks from Diamond Dogs like Candidate over two versions of David Live in Who Can I Be Now?). But I'm happy to have this material nonetheless as it helps complete the Bowie story/artistic journey. Release more of these CDs, please, and more broadly. Clearly they will sell out as well, won't they?
  • Gerry Kincaid
    April 7, 2020
    Love the assorted genres on this CD. Very well done. Thanks again David!
  • Bowie since young
    April 6, 2020
    Shirt was great, music was even better. Miss him every day. Encountered him at 12. Still love him @ 59. He’s the soundtrack to my life. Thank you David.
  • Tadd Allman-Morton
    April 3, 2020
    I am always delighted by David’s creativity, and remain so here. While I love almost all of his work I am especially fond of both Station to Station and Earthling, which are both well represented in this EP. All the tracks are solid and add texture to his amazing body of work. My favorite may be the reworking of Stay, but there is much to love here. I only wish we were treated to even more (selfish!) I urge the Bowie crew to re-release it so more can enjoy it!
  • Anthony Monaco
    April 3, 2020
    I am a life-long fan who has followed each of his releases "in real time" since "Aladdin Sane." All new Bowie material is great to have, and there is definitely a spot for this release in my archive. That being said, this is from David's mid-to-late 1990s output, and so you should love it if you are a fan of that period. Personally, I found that era's style a bit too "industrial" and "garish." I respect it, but I have to be in a special mood to listen to it. When I was a teen in the '70's, "Circus Magazine" had a "savory but for special tastes" rating category, and that is where I would place this.