Nothing Has Changed (Deluxe Edition) - David Bowie

Nothing Has Changed (Deluxe Edition)

David Bowie

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2014-11-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 59

  • ℗ This compilation (P) 2014 Parlophone Records Ltd. A Warner Music Group Company

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Sue (Or In a Season of Crime) David Bowie 7:24
2
Where Are We Now? David Bowie 4:08
3
Love Is Lost David Bowie 4:07
4
The Stars (Are Out Tonight) David Bowie 3:57
5
New Killer Star David Bowie 3:42
6
Everyone Says 'Hi' David Bowie 3:28
7
Slow Burn David Bowie 3:56
8
Let Me Sleep Beside You David Bowie 3:11
9
Your Turn to Drive David Bowie 4:53
10
Shadow Man David Bowie 4:45
11
Seven David Bowie 4:11
12
Survive David Bowie 4:16
13
Thursday's Child David Bowie 4:25
14
I'm Afraid of Americans (V1 Ra David Bowie 4:24
15
Little Wonder David Bowie 3:40
16
Hallo Spaceboy David Bowie 4:24
17
The Heart's Filthy Lesson David Bowie 3:32
18
Strangers When We Meet David Bowie 4:18
19
The Buddha of Suburbia David Bowie 4:24
20
Jump They Say (Radio Edit) David Bowie 3:53
21
Time Will Crawl David Bowie 4:20
22
Absolute Beginners (Single Ver David Bowie 5:35
23
Dancing In the Street David Bowie & Mick Jagger 3:10
24
Loving the Alien (Single Remix David Bowie 4:42
25
This Is Not America (with Pat David Bowie 3:51
26
Blue Jean David Bowie 3:11
27
Modern Love (Single Version) David Bowie 3:56
28
China Girl (Single Version) David Bowie 4:15
29
Let's Dance (Single Version) David Bowie 4:08
30
Fashion (Single Version) David Bowie 3:26
31
Scary Monsters (And Super Cree David Bowie 3:32
32
Ashes to Ashes (Single Version David Bowie 3:35
33
Under Pressure David Bowie & Queen 4:04
34
Boys Keep Swinging David Bowie 3:17
35
Heroes (Single Version) David Bowie 3:33
36
Sound and Vision David Bowie 3:03
37
Golden Years (Single Version) David Bowie 3:27
38
Wild Is the Wind David Bowie 6:05
39
Fame David Bowie 4:16
40
Young Americans David Bowie 3:10
41
Diamond Dogs David Bowie 5:50
42
Rebel Rebel David Bowie 4:30
43
Sorrow David Bowie 2:53
44
Drive-In Saturday David Bowie 4:30
45
All the Young Dudes David Bowie 3:08
46
The Jean Genie (Single Mix) David Bowie 4:05
47
Moonage Daydream David Bowie 4:39
48
Ziggy Stardust David Bowie 3:12
49
Starman David Bowie 4:12
50
Life On Mars? David Bowie 3:48

Reviews

  • Mazes are More Easily Solved In Reverse

    5
    By Tymcode
    The unprecedented strategy that Bowie used with this set — reverse chronological order — takes advantage of hindsight and self-curation to present his entire career as a more cohesive arc than it ever actually was. Like someone choosing stepping stones for a walkway, he constructs a clear and even path back to the start. It parts it gets a little forced and showy (“See? I *told* you I could make that weird-shaped stone from _Hours_ fit in…”), but in general it is successful, recontextualizing his epic career. Going up the hill backwards (if I may be forgiven) in this way is no easy feat. It’s like telling a new story using cut-up bits of a whole library of individual stories. Every successive song bridges epochs in a different way than if it had been in conventional order, rather more like exploring a family tree. Also, the included rarities and alternative edits and mixes keep it fresh, and actually completely prevents it from feeling like a nostalgia trip. Knowing now that when this collection was released he had already been diagnosed with cancer for several months puts the collection in a more intense light; a final look back, his own career summary, eulogy and obituary in one. The biggest and perhaps only problem for me is the first song. I’m willing to go with Bowie on his little jaunts through avant-garde song structures, and I’ll even put up with jazz backing now and then (I personally don’t care for jazz), but to combine the two for over seven minutes is not a ride I’m willing to take. Fortunately that problem is easily solved. It’s very impressive to me that he even found a way to innovate and re-engineer something so pedestrian as a greatest-hits album, and make it so very listenable. This may be the only Bowie collection I ever bother to play from here on out.
  • Great deal

    5
    By Flap Jack
    This is a good price for all the songs you get. I wish it had "Magic Dance" on it though.
  • Dissapointed

    1
    By Carlos Jorge 67
    I feel ripped off with this album. Many of the songs have been shortened/edited and are not true to the original recordings. Some of the songs edited do not have notes telling you this either. Very dissapointed in Bowie for releasing his music in this edited form.
  • Bowie Is an Acquired Taste

    5
    By Rick E Lake
    David Bowie may the single most artistic genius of our age. His music and persona are constantly changing and evolving, and can be extremely challenging for fans to keep up. ...then there are the very rare instances that he produces crap - such as the opening track "Sue" - this is the orchestra/band tuning up as he warms up his vocal chords.....Start with Track #2 on this one.
  • Amazing Paring

    5
    By gb3k
    Sue is an incredible, breathtaking collaboration between David Bowie and Maria Schneider. Please do more together!
  • great overview

    5
    By monkeycatt
    i love the backwards chronological approach, it works well and it's a different way to listen to his work. some of the remastered versions are really nicely done and i heard a part in fashion i never heard before. (i thought my cat was throwing up and then realized it's the "bounce" in the song--brilliant!). the only complaint i can level at this compilation is the omission of a couple of (what i consider to be) prominent singles: black tie white noise and dj. other than that, i'd say it's the most "complete" set of bowie singles to date, a great primer or a great excuse to revisit.
  • And the beat goes on...

    5
    By SandyCrespo
    More delicious melodic tones from the ultimate artist David B*O*W*I*E! Thank you, O Great One!
  • Still Amazing!

    5
    By SamiSpencer
    I've loved David Bowie for many years now. I love his music and this album is perfect. He is still an amazing man.
  • Even now... 😊❤️👍

    5
    By Late bunni
    I love David Jones the man, as much as I love David Bowie the performer. I fell in love with him at 8, & even now 10 years later, he steals my heart away again with songs like "Where Are We Now?" Although my favorite song begins, "You remind me of the babe. 'What babe?' The babe with the power. 'What power?' The power of voodoo. 'Who do?' You do! 'Do what?' Remind me of the babe..."
  • even better!

    5
    By stache1
    "Everything has Changed" as it says on the inside of the CD case. Mr Bowie pretty much invented and owned glam rock. Stayed vital, inventive, stayed ahead of the curve and inspired many other artists to follow. that pretty much defines "everything has changed". As the "review" states, there are a few missing gems, I would add to that short list: "Putting Out Fire". Not sure if these songs were remastered but they sound even better than the original releases. Even if you own every Bowie album you should get this just for the sound. If you don't own any Bowie then you need this amazing retrospective.

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