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New Bowie Box Set Announced
Christian Eede , July 27th, 2016 13:44

Second in series of box sets chronicling Bowie's career will take in activity from 1974-1976

The second in a series of box sets chronicling the entirety of David Bowie’s career has been announced with this latest one taking in unreleased material, remastered music and various live recordings during his ‘American phase’.

The box set, entitled Who Can I Be Now?, centres around 1974-1976 and includes the previously announced unreleased album The Gouster, which was recorded in 1974 and informed album Young Americans.

The box set also complies single edits and B-sides from that period as well as an Australian version of Diamond Dogs, which was previously only available in that country. There will to be remastered versions of Diamond Dogs, Young Americans and Station To Station as well as live albums from 1974 and 1976.

The release follows on from the first box set, entitled Five Years, which took in the years 1969-1973 in Bowie’s career. Who Can I Be Now? is out on September 23.

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