Beat of Your Drum (Vinyl Album Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
Glass Spider (Vinyl Album Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
Shining Star (Makin' My Love) [Vinyl Album Edit] [2018 Remastered Version]
New York's In Love (Vinyl Album Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
'87 And Cry (Vinyl Album Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
Bang Bang (Vinyl Album Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
Time Will Crawl (Single Version) [2018 Remastered Version]
Girls (Extended Edit) [2018 Remastered Version]
Never Let Me Down (7" Remix) [2018 Remastered Version]
Bang Bang (Live Promotional Mix) [2018 Remastered Version]
Tonight (with David Bowie) [Live] [2018 Remastered Version]
Let's Dance (with David Bowie) [Live] [2018 Remastered Version]
125 Songs, 9 Hours 53 Minutes
Released: Oct 12, 2018
℗ 2018 Jones/Tintoretto Entertainment Company LLC under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
Ratings and Reviews
4.6 out of 5
Come For The Remasters...
Stay For “Never Let Me Down 2018...”
Even if it’s only “new” Bowie, it’s still new Bowie. The Never Let Me Down revision is a lot of fun, even if that record is better than people remember it being, and it’s nice to see the Labrynth songs and singles remastered. #Bowie4Ever
Never Let Me Down (2018)
This box set contains some really nice live pieces from Bowie’s Glass Spider tour and Serious Moonlight tour. Additionally, the 2018 remaster of Never Let Me Down is brilliant! It’s very pleasant to listen to and I highly recommend it (shout-out to Zeroes).
That One Guy!
The new mixes are a bit off...
Bowie's music is definitely 5-STAR, but a lot of these remixes sound a little off to me, as if the EQ is a bit off on some of them. It seems like they toned down that '80s "sound" on some of the songs too. As for the new re-recorded version of the "Never Let Me Down" album, I like 4 of the songs on it, but they still don't surpass the originals. And yes, the Re:Call section of this compilation is more encompassing than the 3 previous Re:Calls, but it still forgot "Too Dizzy" - yes, I know Bowie didn't like that song, and it's not great, but it should still be here (only ditch the sax at the beginning). Also, where is Bowie's demo version of "Chilly Down"? And where is the 1988 version of "Look Back In Anger"? I hope that one is at least on the next compilation set since it was Bowie and Gabrels' first recording together and they started recording the first Tin Machine album in 1988.