We’re really excited about the new David Bowie Loving the Alien (1983-1988) box set, which covers his ’80s chart-topping comeback period. To celebrate, Parlophone Records sent us a copy of the vinyl box set to give away to one lucky customer!
To enter the drawing, send an email* with the subject “David Bowie” HERE by midnight Thursday, Oct. 25. We will draw a name at random and notify the winner on Friday, Oct. 26.
Loving the Alien (1983-1988) features material officially released by David Bowie between 1983 and 1988, including newly remastered studio albums ‘Let’s Dance’ (remaster overseen by Nile Rodgers), ‘Tonight’ (remaster overseen by Hugh Padgham) and ‘Never Let Me Down’, the live albums ‘Serious Moonlight’ from 1983 (previously unreleased) and ‘Glass Spider’ from 1987, and the exclusive new compilation ‘RE:CALL 4’ featuring single versions and edits, soundtrack music and non-album B-sides.
Also included exclusively is a brand new 2018 version of the 1987 album ‘Never Let Me Down’ co-produced and mixed by Mario McNulty. David had already discussed this in 2008 with Mario McNulty so ‘Never Let Me Down (2018)’ is a much darker album with additional production by Mario and new live drums by Sterling Campbell, new guitars by Reeve Gabrels and David Torn, plus a string quartet. The album will also feature new artwork with photography from the original session by Greg Gorman.
The album ‘Dance’ was scheduled for 1985 but was never released and never will be, however we have used the artwork for ‘Dance’ for this set for an album ,which contains 12 original extended remixes from across the three studio albums plus ‘Underground’.
* One entry per person, NOT per email address. If you have 16 email addresses and you enter with each address, we’ll just delete 15 of them. We have the technology. To be eligible to win, you must live in the Boise metro area and be able to pick up your prize at the store.