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4.7 out of 5 stars
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on 9 June 2017
David bowie ,one of the top singers,here on this cd his top hits from the 70s to the 90s,with hits like Spaceoddity to lets dance ..china girl..modernlove,,ashestoashes and more.18 hits in all.........brilliant cd I definitely RECOMMEND.
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on 6 July 2017
Great CD. All though you will prob find more complete collections elsewhere, I bought this for Fame (90 Remix).

Great party CD :)
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on 4 October 2017
Splendid all round
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on 10 March 2017
Good mix of David's best
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on 14 November 2016
some tracks sound live and two of the tracks sick may be dirty or scratch have tried to clean as yet
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on 31 March 2017
Exactly as advertised and arrived before date due.
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on 1 August 2017
great
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on 17 August 2017
love
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on 15 February 2003
Changesbowie is an intelligent compilation of his greatest hits up to and including his Tonight album, whence comes Blue Jean. All of this music has aged well, from 1969’s Space Oddity, through the glam rock (Jean Genie/Rebel Rebel) and plastic soul (Young Americans/Fame) periods to his return to rock (Ashes To Ashes) and exploration of sleek dance-pop (Let’s Dance). One could question some of the exclusions - Life On Mars would perhaps have been a better choice than Changes, while China Girl and Modern Love, although huge hits, don’t represent the best in his work and I would have preferred Wild Is The Wind or Word On A Wing from the Station To Station album. But in this sort of compilation, commercial success and chart position weigh the heaviest. More inexplicable is the omission of Sorrow, a huge hit in 1973. My favourite sequence on this album is the one from Jean Genie through the 10 songs that follow, up to and including Fashion. Among these, “Genie”, Life On Mars, Diamond Dogs and Rebel Rebel are blistering slices of rock, Young Americans, Fame and Fashion lean towards dance/funk, Golden Years and Ashes to Ashes are soulful pop and the last two, Heroes and Sound And Vision, date from his synth period. This 11-song sequence represents the core of his genius on this album and by itself deserves 5 stars.
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on 7 April 2017
Excellent collection of Bowie's greatest songs. A must-have!!!
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