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8 thoughts on “ Life On Mars? - Bowie* - The Singles Collection (CD)

  1. The Australian release had the same track listing as the UK version, but the two discs were released as separate albums, The Singles Collection 1 (with a cover identical to the UK release) and The Singles Collection 2 (with the same cover but recoloured green). Despite the album name, some of the tracks were never released as singles by Bowie.
  2. Compilation: The Singles Collection Pladeselskab: EMI År: Medvirkende Stryger-arr.: Mick Ronson Strygere: Diverse studiemusikere Sang: David Bowie Klaver: Rick Wakeman Mellotron: Mick Ronson El bas: Trevor Bolder El guitar: Mick Ronson Trommer: Mick Woodmansey.
  3. This used double CD is in very good condition & was delivered very quickly. This is a collection of Bowies most outstanding singles with a couple of others added for good measure. I remember buying my first Bowie single in , it was 'Starman' & my first LP .
  4. The Australian release had the same track listing as the UK version, but the two discs were released as separate albums, The Singles Collection 1 (with a cover identical to the UK cover) and The Singles Collection 2 (with a cover similar to the UK cover but recoloured green).
  5. The Singles Collection is a compilation album by David Bowie, released in in the UK and (with some changes) as The Singles to  in the United States. The Australian release had the same track listing as the UK version, but the two discs were released as separate albums, The Singles.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Singles Collection on Discogs. Label: EMI - 8 2 0,EMI - CDEM • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Glam/5().
  7. " Life on Mars? " is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was first released on his album Hunky Dory and later released in as a single. The song has cryptic lyrics by Bowie and prominent piano by Rick Wakeman. As a single, "Life on Mars?".

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