Nothing Has Changed (The Best Of David Bowie)

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David BowieNovember 18, 2014
Progressive/Art Rock℗ 2014 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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Nothing Has Changed is a compilation album by English musician David Bowie. It was released on 18 November 2014 through Parlophone in the United Kingdom, and Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings in the United States. It is the first album to showcase Bowie's entire career and includes a new composition, "Sue", which was later re-recorded for his final album ★. Nothing Has Changed is notable for including songs from Bowie's unreleased 2001 album Toy: "Your Turn to Drive", previously an internet-only single, and a previously unreleased re-recorded version of "Let Me Sleep Beside You", both of which are found on the triple CD version of the album. The album's title comes from a lyric in the song "Sunday" from Bowie's album Heathen.
The album was released in four formats: a triple CD version, a double CD version, a double LP version, and a single CD version released exclusive to select countries. The track listed as "Fashion" is not in fact the original single edit and has been incorrectly re-edited from the remastered album version of "Fashion".

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Disc 1

Songs
1
Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)7:23
2
Where Are We Now?4:09
3
Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA Edit)4:07
4
The Stars (Are Out Tonight)3:54
5
New Killer Star (Radio Edit)3:45
6
Everyone Says 'Hi' (Edit)3:29
7
Slow Burn (Edit)3:57
8
Let Me Sleep Beside You3:13
9
Your Turn To Drive4:53
10
Shadow Man4:45
11
Seven (Marius De Vries Mix)4:11
12
Survive (Marius De Vries Mix)4:18
13
Thursday's Child (Radio Edit)4:26
14
I'm Afraid of Americans (V1 Edit)4:25
15
Little Wonder (Edit)3:42
16
Hallo Spaceboy (with the Pet Shop Boys) [Pet Shop Boys Remix]4:29
17
The Heart's Filthy Lesson (Radio Edit)3:33
18
Strangers When We Meet4:20

Disc 2

Songs
1
Buddha of Suburbia (2014 Remaster)4:26
2
Jump They Say (Radio Edit) [2014 Remaster]3:54
3
Time Will Crawl (MM Remix)4:55
4
Absolute Beginners (2014 Remaster)5:35
5
Dancing in the Street (2014 Remaster)3:10
6
Loving the Alien (Single Remix) [2014 Remaster]4:42
7
This Is Not America (with The Pat Metheny Group) [2014 Remaster]3:52
8
Blue Jean (2014 Remaster)3:12
9
Modern Love (2014 Remaster)3:57
10
China Girl (2014 Remaster)4:15
11
Let's Dance (2014 Remaster)4:08
12
Fashion (2014 Remaster)3:26
13
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) [2014 Remaster]3:32
14
Ashes to Ashes (2014 Remaster)3:37
15
Under Pressure (2011 Remastered Version)4:04
16
Boys Keep Swinging (2014 Remaster)3:17
17
Heroes (2014 Remaster)3:33
18
Sound and Vision (2014 Remaster)3:03
19
Golden Years (2014 Remaster)3:27
20
Wild Is the Wind (2010 Harry Maslin Mix)6:05

Disc 3

Songs
1
Fame (2014 Remaster)4:16
2
Young Americans (2007 Tony Visconti Mix) [Single Edit]3:10
3
Diamond Dogs5:50
4
Rebel Rebel (2014 Remaster)4:30
5
Sorrow (2013 Remaster)2:55
6
Drive-In Saturday (2013 Remaster)4:32
7
All the Young Dudes3:08
8
The Jean Genie (Original Single Mix) [2014 Remaster]4:05
9
Moonage Daydream (2012 Remaster)4:39
10
Ziggy Stardust (2012 Remaster)3:13
11
Starman (Original Single Mix) [2012 Remaster]4:13
12
Life on Mars? (2003 Ken Scott Mix)3:48
13
Oh! You Pretty Things (2014 Remaster)3:13
14
Changes (2014 Remaster)3:36
15
The Man Who Sold the World (2014 Remaster)3:58
16
Space Oddity (2009 Remaster)5:14
17
In The Heat Of The Morning (Stereo Mix)2:58
18
Silly Boy Blue3:54
19
Can't Help Thinking About Me2:43
20
You've Got a Habit of Leaving (2014 Remaster)2:29
21
Liza Jane2:15
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Released
November 14, 2014
Label
℗ 2014 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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Starting in 2002, David Bowie released two excellent albums in quick succession with old friend Tony Visconti (the brooding Heathen and the more rocking Reality) that showcased a refreshed and reinvigorated artist. Neither of these were the reputation-changers they deserved to be but funny how emergency heart surgery and a decade spent out of the public eye reverses the blasé attitudes of both public and press.

Taken as a complete experience, The Next Day comes off as a rebellion against everything in current pop. The album was recorded very quickly, without fuss (which, truth to tell, is the usual Bowie way of working) and the songs don't outstay their welcome. Instead of riding on endless grooves provided by industry insiders, Bowie once again works with Visconti and gathers old friends on songs that have a jagged, live-in-the-studio feel. Records may just be promos for monster, money-making tours now but Bowie isn't doing concerts. The internet gives us non-stop celebrity culture, but Bowie isn't talking—so there aren't any interviews with the warm, witty Cockney to contrast against the regal, iconic alien.

Spiky and agitated without coming off as bitter, the album hurtles out of the gate with the title track, slows down on the caustic "Dirty Boys" and jumbles celebrity and mortality on "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)." The majority of the songs here are lean rockers, with Station to Station's Earl Slick juggling the lead guitar slot with David Torn. Sometimes the songs brush past previous works (is that the drum intro to "Five Years" ending "You Feel So Lonely You Could Die"?) but this is an album about the rush to a future we know isn't going to end well for any of us. The elegiac love song "Where Are We Now?" treats memories like the walking dead and holds on to loved ones in the here and now. David Bowie doesn't pretend to have any answers with The Next Day but he still pushes ahead because that is what artists do -- they create. Instead of leaving you feeling empty, listening to this dark album is a strangely satisfying, enlivening experience. – Nick Dedina, Google Play
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