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David Bowie / Nothing Has Changed artwork revealed

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I wasn’t going to buy the two-CD version of David Bowie‘s forthcoming Nothing Has Changed ‘retrospective’ (aka greatest hits) but it’s looks like I might have to, since it has the coolest cover of the three formats by far….

Yes, all three editions (3CD, 2CD and 2LP vinyl) will have different images of Bowie from different eras, and they all have one thing in common, David is looking in the mirror.

The three-CD set features a 2013 Jimmy King photograph, while the two-LP vinyl record has a Mick Rock shot of Bowie at his Haddon Hall home in Beckenham in 1972.

Cute concept, but I would definitely have liked to have seen the ‘Thin White Duke’ era cover large-scale on the vinyl. That photo (also used for ‘digital download’!) was taken by Steve Schapiro in 1975.

Nothing Has Been Changed is out on 17 November 2014. Track listings and images below.

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3CD cover (click to enlarge)

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2LP cover (click to enlarge)


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Nothing Has Changed / 3CD Deluxe Edition  

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Nothing Has Changed / 2CD Edition

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Nothing Has Changed / 2LP Double vinyl

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Limited 10-inch vinyl / “Sue (or In A Season of Crime)” 


Track Listings

3CD Deluxe Edition

CD 1:

Sue (or In A Season Of Crime) (7.40)
Where Are We Now? (4.09)
Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA Edit) (4.07)
The Stars (Are Out Tonight) (3.57)
New Killer Star (radio edit) (3.42)
Everyone Says ‘Hi’ (edit) (3.29)
Slow Burn (radio edit) (3.55)
Let Me Sleep Beside You (3.14)
Your Turn To Drive (4.44)
Shadow Man (4.48)
Seven (Marius De Vries mix) (4.12)
Survive (Marius De Vries mix) (4.18)
Thursday’s Child (radio edit) (4.25)
I’m Afraid Of Americans (V1) (clean edit) (4.30)
Little Wonder (edit) (3.40)
Hallo Spaceboy (PSB Remix) (with The Pet Shop Boys) (4.23)
Heart’s Filthy Lesson (radio edit) (3.32)
Strangers When We Meet (single version) (4.21)

CD 2:

Buddha Of Suburbia (4.24)
Jump They Say (radio edit) (3.53)
Time Will Crawl (MM remix) (4.18)
Absolute Beginners (single version) (5.35)
Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger) (3.20)
Loving The Alien (single remix) (4.45)
This Is Not America (with The Pat Metheny Group) (3.51)
Blue Jean (3.11)
Modern Love (single version) (3.56)
China Girl (single version) (4.15)
Let’s Dance (single version) (4.08)
Fashion (single version) (3.25)
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (single version) (3.32)
Ashes To Ashes (single version) (3.35)
Under Pressure (with Queen) (3.56)
Boys Keep Swinging (3.17)
‘Heroes’ (single version) (3.35)
Sound And Vision (3.03)
Golden Years (single version) (3.27)
Wild Is The Wind (2010 Harry Maslin Mix) (5.58)

CD 3:

Fame (4.14)
Young Americans (2007 Tony Visconti mix single edit) (3.13)
Diamond Dogs (5.56)
Rebel Rebel (4.28)
Sorrow (2.53)
Drive-In Saturday (4.29)
All The Young Dudes (3.08)
The Jean Genie (original single mix) (4.05)
Moonage Daydream (4.40)
Ziggy Stardust (3.12)
Starman (original single mix) (4.10)
Life On Mars? (2003 Ken Scott Mix) (3.49)
Oh! You Pretty Things (3.11)
Changes (3.33)
The Man Who Sold The World (3.56)
Space Oddity (5.12)
In The Heat Of The Morning (3.00)
Silly Boy Blue (3.54)
Can’t Help Thinking About Me (2.46)
You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving (2.32)
Liza Jane (2.18)

2CD Edition

CD 1:
Space Oddity (5.12)
The Man Who Sold The World (3.56)
Changes (3.33)
Oh! You Pretty Things (3.11)
Life On Mars? (3.49)
Starman (original single mix) (4.10)
Ziggy Stardust (3.12)
Moonage Daydream (4.40)
The Jean Genie (original single mix) (4.05)
All The Young Dudes (3.08)
Drive-In Saturday (4.29)
Sorrow (2.53)
Rebel Rebel (4.28)
Young Americans (original single edit) (3.13)
Fame (4.14)
Golden Years (single version) (3.27)
Sound And Vision (3.03)
‘Heroes’ (single version) (3.35)
Boys Keep Swinging (3.17)
Fashion (single version) (3.25)
Ashes To Ashes (single version) (3.35)

CD 2:
Under Pressure (with Queen) (3.56)
Let’s Dance (single version) (4.08)
China Girl (single version) (4.15)
Modern Love (single version) (3.56)
Blue Jean (3.11)
This Is Not America (with The Pat Metheny Group) (3.51)
Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger) (3.20)
Absolute Beginners (edit) (4.46)
Jump They Say (radio edit) (3.53)
Hallo Spaceboy (Pet Shop Boys remix) (with The Pet Shop Boys) (4.23)
Little Wonder (edit) (3.40)
I’m Afraid Of Americans V1 (clean edit) (4.30)
Thursday’s Child (radio edit) (4.25)
Everyone Says ‘Hi’ (3.29)
New Killer Star (radio edit) (3.42)
Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA Edit) (4.07)
Where Are We Now? (4.09)
Sue (or In A Season Of Crime) (7.40)

2LP Double Vinyl

SIDE 1:
Let’s Dance (single version) (4.08)
Ashes To Ashes (single version) (3.35)
‘Heroes’’ (single version) (3.35)
Changes (3.33)
Life On Mars? (3.49)

SIDE 2:
Space Oddity (5.12)
Starman (original single mix) (4.10)
Ziggy Stardust (3.12)
The Jean Genie (original single mix) (4.05)
Rebel Rebel (4.28)

SIDE 3:
Golden Years (single version) (3.27)
Fame (4.14)
Sound And Vision (3.03)
Under Pressure (3.56) – Queen & David Bowie
Sue (or In A Season Of Crime) (7.40)

SIDE 4:
Hallo Spaceboy (Pet Shop Boys remix) – with The Pet Shop Boys (4.23)
China Girl (single version) (4.15)
Modern Love (single version) (3.56)
Absolute Beginners (single version) (5.35)
Where Are We Now? (4.09)


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Nothing Has Changed / 3CD Deluxe Edition  

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Nothing Has Changed / 2CD Edition

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Nothing Has Changed / 2LP Double vinyl

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Limited 10-inch vinyl / “Sue (or In A Season of Crime)” 


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19 responses to David Bowie / Nothing Has Changed artwork revealed

  1. Brian says:

    dammit. They always make them looks so enticing. I’m sticking with the 10″ of Sue.

  2. Echo says:

    I hope Bowie’s work will endlessly being respected and not sonically destroyed by a lousy master engineer job or the Loudness War…

    Does someone know who will be the master engineer for these fine cds and LP?

    • omar says:

      I have a feeling they might end up using older remasters. Hopefully from 1998 onwards which were quite decent.

  3. Fred Smith says:

    To you collectors out there Japan is releasing a 1 disc version as well though i don’t know the track details..damn for being a completist!

    • Michael says:

      yes, has anybody the japanese tracklisting? would be great if the second new song (“’tis a pity she was a whore”), released here only on the 10″ vinyl, was a bonus track on the japan release!

  4. claudio says:

    …damn completist me!!!

  5. CJ Feeney says:

    Great photos, but not interested in buying any of the albums, just the 10″ single. I see his albums are being released on one of the so called “high quality” CD formats in Japan at the end of the year. Does this prefigure a series of actual high res releases?

  6. Boaz Halachmi says:

    Also different font type on each cover. Very nice indeed.

  7. omar says:

    The 2cd artwork wins for me.

  8. Brian says:

    shame the vinyl doesn’t have the cover of the 2cd.

  9. And nothing from the Tin Machine era :(

  10. Dean says:

    I’m a huge Bowie fan – but I won’t be going for this. I don’t know what the attraction is, to be honest. And the fact this is coming out around the time the Sound and Vision is being reissued is just bizarre, and presents a missed opportunity (if they had combined the two sets, I would have gotten it despite already owning the original S&V set.)

    As it is…. not for me. Agree on the Tin Machine comment. Such a great period for Bowie, yet constantly discarded.

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  12. Dean says:

    RETRACTION

    Hey, if you’re right you’re right. But if you’re wrong, you have to hold up your hands and admit that too.

    I’m going to buying this! Shock Horror!

    Why? Well, a lot of the tracks are actually remixes or edits. I heard CD 1 today, and that alone was enough to make me get it, there are some fantastic versions of songs on there. My first impression was that it was simply a hits package – in fact it’s a hit package with a twist – yes some of the songs are the album versions, but the majority are not.

    Oops!

  13. Mic Smith says:

    The 3CD edition and 10″ arrived yesterday although I only to play them this evening. Both are splendid additions to any Bowie collection. Sue has really grown on me today – I elected not to play it to death ahead of release – and I look forward to getting to know this track in more depth.
    I also compared the content of Nothing Has Changed with the recently repackaged Sound and Vision 4cd set and am pleased to say that they complement each other nicely. Over 100 different Bowie songs grace the 2 releases with only 20 or so duplications (not all of which are exactly the same) so for £26 a beginner can get a brilliant career retrospective of Bowie’s work. The packaging is great too.

  14. Alan says:

    Are these real photos or are they made up in order to give the artwork some sort of theme? He wasn’t really photographed looking into mirrors at various points in his career, was he?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      I assumed they were all real – it’s a very Bowie-esque pose, but I’m sure someone here can confirm one way or the other!

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