Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Quick News

In November, a new David Bowie's singles collection called Bowie Legacy will be released. Take a look at the mammoth tracklisting, below:
01 Space Oddity 
02 The Man Who Sold The World 
03 Changes 
04 Oh! You Pretty Things
05 Life On Mars? (2016 mix) 
06 Starman (original single mix)  
07 Ziggy Stardust 
08 Moonage Daydream  
09 The Jean Genie (original single mix)  
10 All The Young Dudes 
11 Drive-In Saturday  
12 Sorrow 
13 Rebel Rebel  
14 Young Americans (original single edit) 
15 Fame  
16 Golden Years (single version)  
17 Sound And Vision 
18 ‘Heroes’ (single version)  
19 Boys Keep Swinging  
20 Ashes To Ashes (single version) 
21 Fashion (single version)

CD 2:
01 Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie 
02 Let's Dance (single version)
03 China Girl (single version)  
04 Modern Love (single version) 
05 Blue Jean  
06 This Is Not America - with The Pat Metheny Group  
07 Dancing In The Street - David Bowie & Mick Jagger 
08 Absolute Beginners (edit)  
09 Jump They Say (radio edit) 
10 Hallo Spaceboy (PSB Remix) - with The Pet Shop Boys  
11 Little Wonder (edit) 
12 I’m Afraid Of Americans (V1 edit)
13 Thursday’s Child (radio edit) 
14 Slow Burn (radio edit)  
15 Everyone Says ‘Hi’ (edit) 
16 New Killer Star (radio edit) 
17 Where Are We Now? 
18 Lazarus (radio edit) 
19 I Can’t Give Everything Away (radio edit)

Speaking to Dazed Digital, Marilyn Manson said his new album, Say10, due in February, will have a different feel for fans. He said: "It is, I would say, the last thing people would expect after hearing 'The Pale Emperor'. Coming from the people who I’ve played it to, it's a combination of 'Antichrist Superstar' and 'Mechanical Animals' in feeling.” He added: "It wasn’t my intent to go backwards. Everything goes in a full circle and it just becomes, without cannibalising work from the past, the same thing: which is ultimately you. I’m a little over-anxious to release it, so it was done very quickly, but it's by far the most thematic and over-complicated thing that I’ve done. In a way, it’s deceptively delightful to strangers. It’s like the old saying that the devil’s greatest secret is that people don’t believe he exists.” 

A children's book on the life of J Dilla will be released in November. The book, written by his mother, will be called The Life Story of James Dewitt Yancey. Take a look at the cover, below: