Nothing Has Changed – 3CD

// January 20th, 2016 // David Bowie
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NOTHING HAS CHANGED collects together for the first time the definitive collection of Bowie’s music from 1964 to 2014.

NOTHING HAS CHANGED (named after a lyric from the ‘Heathen’ album opener ‘Sunday’) compiles tracks from every period of Bowie’s career from his earliest incarnations with ‘Liza Jane’ and ‘Can’t Help Thinking About Me’ right up to James Murphy’s ‘Hello Steve Reich Mix’ of ‘Love Is Lost’ from last year.

The album features Bowie’s first new music since ‘THE NEXT DAY’. The new single ‘SUE (or IN A SEASON OF CRIME)’ was especially recorded for NOTHING HAS CHANGED with long time collaborator Tony Visconti.
Alongside the brand new track NOTHING HAS CHANGED features the previously unreleased ‘Let Me Sleep Beside You’ from the ‘TOY’ sessions, the download only Your Turn To Drive making its debut on CD and the stunning 2001 re-recording of the 1971 outtake ‘Shadow Man’

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2 Responses to “Nothing Has Changed – 3CD”

  1. Phil (San Diego) says:

    A Hitseeker Missile Is this worth a purchase for the longtime fan? I pretty much had everything already, including most of the versions here. Once the tracklisting became available I went to my Amazon cloud, assembled a playlist with every track from this collection in sequence but for those which would only become legitimately available upon release. So the question became, “What’s in the package?”I preordered the three CD version (why would you settle for anything less?). Upon its delivery on the day…

  2. John Green, NCGBT says:

    Nope, Nothing’s Changed At All What else can be said about the man’s career that hasn’t already? But I’ll give it a shot.In this modern era of music where releasing compilations has practically become its own genre Nothing Has Changed is a hallmark. This really can be called a definitive Bowie collection; instead of simply repackaging and rearranging the order the tracks appear only to then leave some out- yeah, I’m looking at you Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin- this one encompasses a full fifty years (FIFTY!) of…

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