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    I found it...

    1. The Supermen
    2. Saviour Machine
    3. Running Gun Blues
    4. She Shook Me Cold
    5. The Man Who Sold The World
    6. Black Country Rock
    7. The Width Of A Circle
    8. All The Madmen
    9. After All

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    Quote Originally Posted by rampface View Post
    I found it...

    1. The Supermen
    2. Saviour Machine
    3. Running Gun Blues
    4. She Shook Me Cold
    5. The Man Who Sold The World
    6. Black Country Rock
    7. The Width Of A Circle
    8. All The Madmen
    9. After All
    Interesting - where did you find this?

    I wonder why they didn't bother to release Metrobolist with this order?

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    Someone mentioned it on another forum. Not sure where it came from

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Had a chance to play Ouvrez le Chien on 2xLP today. Still sounding great, particularly Reeves' guitar leads! The next Brilliant Live Adventure is going to be announced on Friday. I'm expecting another show from the Outside tour — possibly The Point in Dublin?
    Boy, they are really out of ideas with these album titles.

    https://store.davidbowie.com/product...-birmingham-95

    NO TRENDY RÉCHAUFFÉ (LIVE BIRMINGHAM 95) CD

    is a previously unreleased live album recorded live at the Birmingham NEC 13th December 1995. This was the final show of the Outside tour in 1995 and was the first night of a five night festival promoted as "The Big Twix Mix Show”.

    The set list features rare live performances of 'Jump They Say’ and 'Strangers When We Meet’. The album also features two versions of 'Hallo Spaceboy,’ the second of which was filmed as ’Spaceboy’ was the intended next single at the time. The video was never completed, as the track was subsequently remixed by the Pet Shop Boys for single release and an alternative promotional video made.

    Excerpts from the show were broadcast by the BBC, and 'Moonage Daydream' and 'Under Pressure' were mixed by David Richards for release on the 'Hallo Spaceboy' CD single. Both versions on this album are previously unreleased, included here as played and mixed on the night they were performed.

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    The cover art. Wow.

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    I personally think "No Trendy Rechauffe" is a great title. If the next one makes a reference to one of my favorite Bowie songs ever, an Outside B-side called "Thru' These Architect's Eyes" I will be further pleased. I'll never get that it wasn't a "hit" song. It easily could have been, but instead Bowie put it into this strange Cyberpunk narrative that I never really deciphered, and maybe I like that about it.

    Sorry, just looking for another opportunity to say that song is great.
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    Metrobolist sounds so fucking good on vinyl. I got the standard black version, did anyone luck out and get an alternative colour?

    Between that, Is It Any Wonder?, plus Ouvrez le Chien and the I'm Only Dancing live albums from this year... I think I'm all set with new Bowie (for this year, anyway).
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    I was hoping the other 1995 would be one with NIN that maybe they were waiting to announce around the time of the induction.

    Did they play Spaceboy twice that night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post

    Did they play Spaceboy twice that night?
    Yeah, they actually did it several times while capturing footage for the music video which was never finished.
    IIRC it happened at least once on DB+NIN tour as well (per gladcarrot's setlist reviews)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    I was hoping the other 1995 would be one with NIN that maybe they were waiting to announce around the time of the induction.

    Did they play Spaceboy twice that night?
    Yeah, with the second take being released on a promo video:



    There's an audience recording of the whole gig on Bowiestation and a few other clips on YouTube. Some interesting performances (including a weirdly off-kilter intro to "Breaking Glass"), but not enough variation from Ouvrez le Chien for me to double-dip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    I have been thinking about this nearly every day since you posted it. "Nixonnnnn nowwwww..."

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    Réchauffé blows the socks off Chien, imo. Better performance, way better mix. They chose the wrong Outside show to put on streaming (and give good cover art).

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