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Product details

  • Audio CD (22 Sept. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: PLG UK Catalog
  • ASIN: B00M7IR5E2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 650 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Space Oddity (Demo) [2003 Remastered Version]
  2. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud (Rare B Side Version) [2003 Remastered Version]
  3. The Prettiest Star (Single Version) [2003 Remastered Version]
  4. London, Bye, Ta-Ta
  5. Black Country Rock (1999 Remastered Version)
  6. The Man Who Sold The World (1999 Remastered Version)
  7. The Bewlay Brothers (1999 Remastered Version)
  8. Changes (1999 Remastered Version)
  9. Round And Round (Alternate Vocal Take)
  10. Moonage Daydream (2002 Remastered Version)
  11. John, I'm Only Dancing (Sax Version) [2003 Remastered Version]
  12. Drive In Saturday (2003 Remastered Version)
  13. Panic In Detroit (2003 Remastered Version)
  14. Ziggy Stardust (Live) [Stereo]
  15. White Light/White Heat (Live) [Stereo]
  16. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (Live '73)
  17. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere? (1999 Remastered Version)
  18. Sorrow (1999 Remastered Version)
  19. Don't Bring Me Down (1999 Remastered Version)

Disc: 2

  1. 1984/Dodo (2003 Remastered Version)
  2. Big Brother (1999 Remastered Version)
  3. Rebel Rebel (US Single Version) [2002 Remastered Version]
  4. Suffragette City (Live '74) [2003 Remastered Version]
  5. Watch That Man (Live '74) [2003 Remastered Version]
  6. Cracked Actor (Live '74) [2003 Remastered Version]
  7. Young Americans (1999 Remastered Version)
  8. Fascination (1999 Remastered Version)
  9. After Today (2003 Remastered Version)
  10. It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
  11. TVC15 (1999 Remastered Version)
  12. Wild Is The Wind (1999 Remastered Version)
  13. Sound and Vision (1999 Remastered Version)
  14. Be My Wife (1999 Remastered Version)
  15. Speed Of Life (1999 Remastered Version)
  16. 'Helden' (German Version 1989 Remix) [2002 Remastered Version]
  17. Joe The Lion (1999 Remastered Version)
  18. Sons Of The Silent Age (1999 Remastered Version)

Disc: 3

  1. Station To Station (Live '78) [2003 Remastered Version]
  2. Warszawa (Live '78) [2003 Remastered Version]
  3. Breaking Glass (Live '78) [2003 Remastered Version]
  4. Red Sails (1999 Remastered Version)
  5. Look Back In Anger (1999 Remastered Version)
  6. Boys Keep Swinging (1999 Remastered Version)
  7. Up The Hill Backwards (1999 Remastered Version)
  8. Kingdom Come (1999 Remastered Version)
  9. Ashes To Ashes
  10. Baal's Hymn
  11. The Drowned Girl
  12. Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
  13. China Girl (1999 Remastered Version)
  14. Ricochet (1999 Remastered Version)
  15. Modern Love (Live; 2003 Remastered Version)
  16. Loving The Alien (1999 Remastered Version)
  17. Dancing With The Big Boys (1999 Remastered Version)

Disc: 4

  1. Blue Jean (1999 Remastered Version)
  2. Time Will Crawl (1999 Remastered Version)
  3. Baby Can Dance (1999 Remastered Version) - Tin Machine
  4. Amazing (1999 Remastered Version) - Tin Machine
  5. I Can't Read (1999 Remastered Version) - Tin Machine
  6. Shopping For Girls - Tin Machine
  7. Goodbye Mr Ed - Tin Machine
  8. Amlapura - Tin Machine
  9. You've Been Around (2003 Remastered Version)
  10. Nite Flights (Moodswings Back To Basics Remix) [Radio Edit]
  11. Pallas Athena (Gone Midnight Mix) [2003 Remastered Version]
  12. Jump They Say (2003 Remastered Version)
  13. Buddha Of Suburbia (2003 Remastered Version)
  14. Dead Against It (2003 Remastered Version)
  15. South Horizon (2003 Remastered Version)
  16. Pallas Athena (Live As 'Tao Jones Index')

Product Description

DAVID BOWIE Sound + Vision (2014 UK limited edition 70-track 4-CD box set featuring a generous helping of hits plus classic album tracks and a long-lost B-sides explosive in-concert recordings & hard-to-get soundtrack recordings & remixes. Housed in a picture slipcase - still sealed DBSAVX1)

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THIS IS NOT THE CANADIAN BOX SET THAT THE PREVIOUS REVIEWER STATES. That being the 1990 Ryko-disc set. Similar but not the same!!!!. This box set incorporates Bowie's work up to Buddah Of Suburbia and Black Tie White Noise. There are even Tin Machine songs on here!!!!!!!

It has strayed away from the well known hits, though there are still many here, such as "Ashes to Ashes", "Changes" and "Blue Jean". Instead it concentrates on the best album cuts from Bowie's phenomenal 70's 80's and early 90's work.

For CD completists, this is the only place you will find "After Today" "Baals Hymn", "The Drowned Girl" and "Modern Love" (live). There are also a handful of mixes and different out-takes of songs. The real highlights here is the original "The Prettiest Star". This is NOT the Aladdin Sane cut but the 1970 single with Marc Bolan on guitar. And "Pallas Athena". This is the live version performed by The Tao Jones Index, which was a secret gig Bowie did at The Phoenix Festival.

This is a must for any Bowie fan and an excellent starting point for any musical youth wishing to know what all the fuss was about when Bowie hit the scene.
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It's a David Bowie collection, what's not to like.
First 3 cd's are the same as the 1989 S+V imported boxset without the CDVideo single.
But with extra tracks on the 4th cd making it a better buy. Original S+V boxset £60 in 1989.
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Superb 4 CD overview of Mr Bowie's career up until the early 90's.

Great sound quality and very interesting choice of rare tracks, demos and alternative versions.

A must buy, highly recommended and at a great price.
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What a superb overview of this chameleon of rock!! I love it. I remember when it originally came out it came in a tall box which looked great but lacked the extra material this incredible value for money collection offers.

This journey starts with the demo for Space Oddity and weaves its way right up to the soundtrack album Dave did for the tv show The Buddha of Suburbia. On the way we are graced with some rarities that are not to be found anywhere else/easily/legally such as a couple of tracks from another tv show about that snaggle toothed outsider Baal. The best, and for me the cherry on the top, rare track is the inclusion of the mighty, muscular and testosterone imbued version of Cat People(a song which was disgracefully neutered during its transition towards it's limp appearance on the Let's Dance album). This Gorgio Moroder produced version is a gem. I bought it as a single many years ago and was disappointed that it never appeared on any of Bowies albums when they were reissued on cd.

Some good solid tracks from the badly received Tin Machine albums in here too, to give a broader look at Bowies work.

I remember being totally non-plussed by his Black Tie White Noise album when it appeared, but I reckon I am going to have to go and give it another chance based on what I have heard here.

Sonically superb. No brick walling issues here, unlike the Next Day album.

70 tracks of magnificent Bowie at this price?? A no brainer really. Buy it!
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Christmas and my birthday being quite close together, I got Sound + Vision for Christmas and Nothing Has Changed a week earlier. To me, both have their many plus points and some small negatives. As Nothing Has Changed covers Bowie's output over a longer time-frame right up to The Next Day - and contains many 'single' versions (which some people don't like), it's possibly the better place to start for someone new to Bowie. You can't really go wrong with the content, quality and great packaging (I got the 3 disc version).
Sound + Vision, though, is brilliant. I have a lot of Bowie albums but there are live versions and B-sides that are new to me, pretty much up to Buddha of Suburbia. There is a fair amount of Tin Machine on the 4th disc which wasn't everyone's cup of tea but still worth a listen for the fully-rounded DB experience. The booklet and packaging are great too.

I prefer out of Sound + Vision because it covers the periods of Bowie's output which I love the most and I really like the live versions and more obscure songs (especially After Today, Helden, Cat People). However, if you want the most up-to-date 'hits' package (but don't want both) Nothing Has Changed does the trick and a whole lot more.
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First up, this is a superb collection by anybody's standards & is well worth the 5 stars.
The biggest worry with this is the old chestnut "Caveat Emptor" because there are at least 4 different editions of this set.
First up, we have the original Ryko edition on 3 regular CD's plus an additional CDV with 3 live tracks & the "Ashes to Ashes" video. This was packaged in a 12" x 12" box and included a nice booklet (sadly mine is missing & if anyone has a mint or near mint copy of this set please contact me). NB - the images on this page are from that edition.
Then there was a very limted edition of this in a nice wood case, 500 copies, individually signed (these are almost never found for sale). Third up was the Ryko reissue edition in a slipcase box with just 3 CD's, missing off the 3 live tracks from Boston Music Hall in 1972 (and oh, how I would love the full recording of that to surface) and a well done 72-page booklet.
Finally, we have the 4th edition, which is a re-issue from EMI, featuring 4 CD's, a different running order and on some tracks different versions (and I mean different mixes as opposed to remastered) - although if truth be told, this set does have the 1999 EMI remasters and they are frankly not that great - over limited for volume, as are nearly all the EMI editions esxcept for the first set they released which used the Ryko masters - confused? Yep. Me too.

Whatever edition you have this makes a nice change to the obvious singles rehash - and the Gods only know that has been done often enough already.
If you are looking for the S&V box, get the early Ryko edition for sound quality & the EMI edition for tracks you will not find anywhere else.
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