Extremely rare David Bowie records set for release on Record Store Day

Bowie Fans And Vinyl Collectors Rejoice

The late and great David Bowie will see a trio of releases on Record Store Day: Welcome to the Blackout, the 'Let's Dance' Demo, and the Bowie Now LP.

The first of the three limited-edition releases is Welcome to the Blackout (Live London '78), a previously unreleased three-LP set featuring Bowie's performance at London's Earl Court on June 30 and July 1 in its entirety. The recordings were formed during his ISOLAR II tour, and have remained unheard by the public for close to 40 years. 

 

The next item on the list is Bowie's infectious single 'Let's Dance', reissued as a 12" single with the full-length demo version of the track on one side, and a live version recorded in 1983 on the other. 

 

The final item to be released is a reissue of Bowie Now, a 1977 promo record featuring tracks from both Low and Heroes albums. The reissue is set to be released in stunning white vinyl for the very first time.

 

 

Record Store Day will take place on Saturday April 21.

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