“Early years”: France; RCA, NK 89494; 1985.
Box set. Three cassette French issue in video sized box containing EU tapes. Price code ‘433’ on rear under barcode.
Although made in West Germany the cassettes were intended for Europe wide distribution, hence the different languages used on the cassette. The album information has been taken directly from the original albums.
Black ink printed directly onto white shell with solid black RCA International. The Man Who Sold The World has the GEMA above BIEM rights and both Hunky Dory and Aladdin Sane have BIEM rights above GEMA. Hunky Dory attributed to ‘Davied Bowie’.
The track sequences are the same as the original LP’s.
The Man Who Sold The World:
Side 1: The Width Of A Circle; All The Madmen; Black Country Rock; After All.
Side 2: Running Gun Blues; Saviour Machine; She Shook Me Cold; The Man Who Sold The World; The Supermen.
Side 1: Changes; Oh! You Pretty Things; Eight Line Poem; Life On Mars?; Kooks; Quicksand.
Side 2: Fill Your Heart; Andy Warhol; Song For Bob Dylan; Queen Bitch; The Bewlay Brothers.
Side 1: Watch That Man; Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?); Drive In Saturday; Panic In Detroit; Cracked Actor.
Side 2: Time; The Prettiest Star; Let’s Spend The Night Together; The Jean Genie; Lady Grinning Soul.