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Parlophone is proud to announce David Bowie Loving The Alien (1983 – 1988), the 4th in a series of sets spanning his career from 1969. Among the studio and live albums from the period, LTA will also contain a new production of the 1987 LP Never Let Me Down https://t.co/0jcC3WLxQq pic.twitter.com/fKKGBp3hyq— David Bowie Official (@DavidBowieReal) July 18, 2018
via pitchfork Fans of the 1980's section of the Thin White Duke will rejoice this Fall. The new Box Set: Loving The Alien is an enormous compendium of previously-unreleased material due out October 21st on the Parlophone label. It includes either 15-vinyl LP's or 11-CD's. Oh, and there's plenty of live stuff to go around too. The concert Serious Moonlight, recorded in Montreal '83 and Glass Spider (Live Montreal ’87),
This is the fourth in a series of archive releases from Bowie. One of the sets titled Re:Call 4, is a cool collection of rarities, B-sides, demos, and more from the soundtracks for Labyrinth, Absolute Beginners, and When the Wind Blows. Each box comes with its own book of Bowie photos, press reviews and other notes about the albums from producers/engineers.