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A Reality Tour (Bonus Track Version) [Live]


Download links and information about A Reality Tour (Bonus Track Version) [Live] by David Bowie. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 35 tracks with total duration of 02:42:45 minutes.

Artist: David Bowie
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 35
Duration: 02:42:45
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No. Title Length
1. Rebel Rebel (Live) 3:30
2. New Killer Star (Live) 4:59
3. Reality (Live) 5:08
4. Fame (Live) 4:12
5. Cactus (Live) 3:01
6. Sister Midnight (Live) 4:37
7. Afraid (Live) 3:28
8. All the Young Dudes (Live) 3:48
9. Be My Wife (Live) 3:15
10. The Loneliest Guy (Live) 3:58
11. The Man Who Sold the World (Live) 4:18
12. Fantastic Voyage (Live) 3:13
13. Hallo Spaceboy (Live) 5:27
14. Sunday (Live) 7:56
15. Under Pressure (Live) 4:18
16. Life On Mars? (Live) 4:40
17. Battle for Britain (The Letter) [Live] 4:55
18. Ashes to Ashes (Live) 5:46
19. The Motel (Live) 5:44
20. Loving the Alien (Live) 5:17
21. Never Get Old (Live) 4:18
22. Changes (Live) 3:51
23. I'm Afraid of Americans (Live) 5:17
24. Heroes (Live) 6:58
25. Bring Me the Disco King (Live) 7:56
26. Slip Away (Live) 5:56
27. Heathen (The Rays) [Live] 6:24
28. Five Years (Live) 4:19
29. Hang On to Yourself (Live) 2:50
30. Ziggy Stardust (Live) 3:44
31. Fall Dogs Bomb the Moon (Live) 4:11
32. Breaking Glass (Live) 2:27
33. China Girl (Live) 4:17
34. 5:15 The Angels Have Gone (Live) 5:22
35. Days (Live) 3:25



David Bowie has been one of rock music’s most versatile performers, reinventing himself every few years for the sake of personal and spiritual renewal. His long career gives him an impeccable catalogue to choose from. His expert sidemen —guitarist Earl Slick, bassist Gail Ann Dorsey—mean these tunes are delivered at maximum force. They come from his 2003-2004 World Tour, during which he suffered a heart attack in Germany that has slowed his career considerably and include ferocious renditions of old-school classics such as “Rebel, Rebel”, “Fame”, “All The Young Dudes” (the Mott the Hoople hit he wrote) and “Ashes to Ashes”, alongside tracks from his then-current album Reality that show a rejuvenated Bowie with updated glam rockers like “New Killer Star”, “Reality” and the slow dance of “Bring Me the Disco King”. It’s a big sound with Bowie in great voice. The stage gives him an energy he puts to good use as he cruises through his career, stopping at such highlights as “Sister Midnight”, “China Girl”, “Under Pressure” and “The Man Who Sold the World” with a strong urge to fight still in his star-dazzled delivery.