No Plan - EP - David Bowie

No Plan - EP

David Bowie

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2017-01-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • ℗ 2015 ISO Records, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, 2016 Jones Tintoretto E


Title Artist Time
Lazarus David Bowie 6:24
No Plan David Bowie 3:41
Killing a Little Time David Bowie 3:48
When I Met You David Bowie 4:08


  • Lazarus recording is not a “revamp”

    By BP6516
    Buyer beware, the opening track is the same recording as what appears on the Blackstar album. Just purchase songs 2,3 And 4 if you already own Blackstar... Otherwise, great additions to the Bowie collection

    By J-Birdaftpunk
    it's Bowie and that's all I need to say
  • 👨🏻‍🎤

    By jimm00re
    Must have ep
  • Wonderful

    By avan77
    I'm still very sad that he died. He was the best artist and singer ever! He made music for over 50 years. Written all the songs himself, played on broadway, was a very good actor, painter, mime... and helped a lot of other musicians. Madonna and Michael Jackson were big fans of him. He made the world a better place. Beautiful music! This made me cry! It's very deep; and sad that he died of cancer.
  • Stan the music man unusual

    By Stan the man!!!
    How can all these people mourn someone they never knew. I saw him in concert I have some of his music on my phone but really people. Grow up & get on with your lives. Want to worship someone try Jesus!!!!!!!!!
  • Awful

    By Luckwhat
    Sounds like a drunk wandered into the recording studio and grabbed the microphone.
  • Thank you

    By wldjareth
    Love these new songs. Your death still hurts. Peace
  • If you do't have 'Lazarus' original cast album

    By whalter58
    These were actually released in october 2016, they were the last four cuts on 'Lazarus' original cast album. So if you don't have that already this EP is totally worth getting. Bowie is forever, through his music...
  • Thank you

    By Roc wheel
    Mere words.....
  • Super missing him still

    By tim bullard
    Thinking of my own humanity and mortality