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A collection of unreleased songs and rarities from the Stardust era

 

      

           

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Track Listing

 

The Supermen (April 1970) - early demo with alternate lyrics recorded at Haddon Hall, Beckenham, Kent in Apr 70.

Lightning, Frightening (May 1970) - full-length, unedited and unmixed demo recorded in May 70 at Advision Studios, London. Recorded during The Man Who Sold The World sessions.

Tired Of My Life (May 1970) - recorded at Haddon Hall, Beckenham, Kent in May 70. This is demo made when Bowie was 16.

All The Madmen (June 1970) - An alternate mix recorded at Trident Studios, London in Jun 70 and mixed Aug 70. From The Man Who Sold The World sessions.

Holy Holy (June 1970) - the original version recorded by The Hype at Trident Studios, London in Jun 70. This is a mono mix taken from an acetate.

How Lucky You Are (March 1971) - recorded at Haddon Hall, Beckenham, Kent in Mar 71. Written for the Hunky Dory album but dropped and offered to other artists.

Andy Warhol (March 1971) - 'Wake Up Mr Bowie, we're ready to roll'. A breakdown in communication leads to this aborted first take during the Hunky Dory sessions in Mar 71.

Looking For A Friend (June 1971) - this was the A-side of the unissued 2nd Arnold Corns single and features Freddi Burretti on lead vocals and Ronno on lead guitar.

Man In The Middle (April 1971) - this was the B-side of the unissued 2nd Arnold Corns single and features Freddi Burretti on lead vocals and Ronno on lead guitar.

The Shadowman (September 1971) - a rejected an unfinished song from the Ziggy Stardust sessions in Sep 71.

Looking For A Friend (September 1971) - another attempt at this Bowie original during the Ziggy Stardust sessions.

Waiting For The Man (January 1972) - recorded on 11 Jan 72 at Studio T1 in Shepherd's Bush, London. This is an unbroadcast mono mix made for BBC Transcription Services AM radio transmission.

Oh! You Pretty Things (February 1972) - recorded for the Old Grey Whistle Test.

Queen B!tch (February 1972) - recorded for the Old Grey Whistle Test.

Five Years (February 1972) - recorded for the Old Grey Whistle Test.

White Light White Heat (May 1972) - complete and unedited features ad-libbed lyrics.

Zion (October 1972) - an unfinished song recorded for the Aladdin Sane album, but dropped in favour of Lady Grinning Soul. Recorded in New York and part was later used as Candidate on the Diamond Dogs Album.

All The Young Dudes (October 1972) - also recorded in New York. Another song dropped from the Aladdin Sane session due to the success of Mott The Hoople.