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Best of Bowie


Download links and information about Best of Bowie by David Bowie. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Glam Rock, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:40 minutes.

Artist: David Bowie
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Glam Rock, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:40
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No. Title Length
1. Space Oddity (1999 Remaster) 5:16
2. Changes (1999 Remaster) 3:34
3. Suffragette City (2002 Remaster) 3:27
4. Ziggy Stardust (2002 Remaster) 3:13
5. The Jean Genie (1999 Remaster) 4:06
6. Rebel Rebel (1999 Remaster) 4:29
7. Young Americans (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 3:14
8. Fame (1999 Remaster) 4:15
9. Golden Years (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 3:29
10. Heroes (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 3:37
11. Ashes To Ashes (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 3:36
12. Fashion (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 3:27
13. Under Pressure (featuring Queen) 3:55
14. Let's Dance (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 4:05
15. China Girl (Single Version) [2002 Remaster] 4:17
16. Modern Love (1999 Remaster) 4:48
17. Blue Jean (1999 Remaster) 3:12
18. Dancing in the Street (2002 Remaster) (featuring Mick Jagger) 3:24
19. This Is Not America (2002 Remaster) (featuring Pat Metheny) 3:51
20. I'm Afraid of Americans (V1) [Radio Edit of Trent Reznor Mix] 4:25



These 20 songs cover the radio high points of David Bowie's career, almost too quickly summing up the multiple stylistic shifts of the great art rocker. Then again, merely 20 tracks won't be enough for anyone who's drawn to more than a few of the songs collected here; that's where the fun work of digging through Bowie's album catalog comes in. Yet this route through his history—from post-showtunes pop ("Changes") to glam hard rock ("Suffragette City," "Rebel Rebel"), "plastic soul" ("Fame"), punk-era avant-garde ("Heroes"), '80s polish ("Modern Love"), and so on—shows common emotional ground. It ultimately transcends image games, as fun as those may be. Bowie's ability to draw and intrigue an audience via his own obsessions is a gift that, in the end, makes his greatest work accessible but also challenging in the most entertaining way.