David Bowie

Singles: 1969-1993

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. Space Oddity 3:31
  2. Changes 3:33
  3. Oh! You Pretty Things 3:11
  4. Life on Mars? 3:48
  5. Ziggy Stardust 3:13
  6. Starman 4:13
  7. John, I'm Only Dancing 2:46
  8. Suffragette City 3:25
  9. Jean Genie 4:06
  10. Sorrow 2:52
  11. Drive-In Saturday 4:27
  12. Diamond Dogs 6:03
  13. Rebel Rebel 4:28
  14. Young Americans 5:10
  15. Fame 4:16
  16. Golden Years 3:58
  17. TVC 15 3:43
  18. Be My Wife 2:55
  19. Sound and Vision 3:00
  20. Beauty and the Beast 3:33
  21. Heroes
  22. Boys Keep Swinging
  23. DJ
  24. Look Back in Anger
  25. Ashes to Ashes
  26. Fashion
  27. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
  28. Under Pressure
  29. Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
  30. Let's Dance
  31. China Girl
  32. Modern Love
  33. Blue Jean
  34. Loving the Alien
  35. Dancing in the Street
  36. Absolute Beginners
  37. Day-In Day-Out
  38. Never Let Me Down
  39. Jump They Say
  40. Heroes 3:35
  41. Boys Keep Swinging 3:16
  42. DJ 3:20
  43. Look Back in Anger 3:05
  44. Ashes to Ashes 3:34
  45. Fashion 3:23
  46. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 5:09
  47. Under Pressure 4:01
  48. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) 6:43
  49. Let's Dance 4:07
  50. China Girl 4:14
  51. Modern Love 3:56
  52. Blue Jean 3:09
  53. Loving the Alien 4:39
  54. Dancing in the Street 3:14
  55. Absolute Beginners 5:36
  56. Day-In Day-Out 4:14
  57. Never Let Me Down 4:03
  58. Jump They Say 3:54

Review

Taking Changesbowie one step (and one CD) further, The Singles: 1969-1993 embraces many of David Bowie's quirkier sides in the course of collecting all of his biggest hits, whilst picking up such overlooked gems as "Drive-In Saturday" and "Loving the Alien." The comprehensiveness -- even to the inclusion of the David Bowie/Bing Crosby holiday single "Peace on Earth"/"Little Drummer Boy" as a limited-edition bonus CD in the original release -- and the quality of the songs make this the best Bowie compilation available; fans will be pleased with the inclusion of the complete lyrics to all of the songs on this set, though instrument credits and recording dates would have been nice, too. In any case, it constitutes a full evening's listening and then some, across myriad styles representing Bowie's sound across 24 years. [Note: the British version of this compilation, released the same year, was called The Singles Collection and featured a somewhat shorter and different song lineup, with "Rock 'N Roll Suicide," "Knock on Wood," "Alabama Song" and "Wild Is the Wind" included, but "Oh, You Pretty Things," "Be My Wife," "Look Back in Anger," "Cat People," "Loving the Alien," "Never Let Me Down," and "Jump They Say" absent. The U.S. version of The Singles: 1969-1993 was subsequently re-released by EMI simply as The Singles, with the same cover art in a slim double-CD set, and utilizing the identical master sources for the songs.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine Bruce Eder, Rovi

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