Editors’ Notes The glammy, gender-bending wit of Ziggy Stardust raised David Bowie's American profile, but the swaggering hard rock intensity of his 1972 U.S. tour made him a superstar. Bowie and his Spiders from Mars—freshly expanded with new keyboardist Mike Garson—are scary-tight: the opening "Hang on to Yourself" has the manic energy of punk four years before the Ramones. Earlier, more reflective material like the haunting "Life on Mars" and a dramatic take on Jacques Brel's "My Death" is just as direct and powerful.

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Introduction (Live)
1
0:13
 
Hang On to Yourself (Live)
2
2:46
 
Ziggy Stardust (Live)
3
3:22
 
Changes (Live)
4
3:27
 
The Supermen (Live)
5
2:55
 
Life On Mars? (Live)
6
3:27
 
Five Years (Live)
7
4:32
 
Space Oddity (Live)
8
5:04
 
Andy Warhol (Live)
9
3:49
 
My Death (Live)
10
5:50
 
The Width of a Circle (Live)
11
10:43
 
Queen Bitch (Live)
12
3:00
 
Moonage Daydream (Live)
13
4:53
 
John, I'm Only Dancing (Live)
14
3:16
 
I'm Waiting for the Man (Live)
15
5:44
 
The Jean Genie (Live)
16
4:00
 
Suffragette City (Live)
17
4:11
 
Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (Live)
18
3:01
 

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