Five 70s-era David Bowie albums are getting reissued on vinyl for the first time in 25 years, including his seminal “Berlin trilogy”.
If you’ve been struggling to find 70s-era David Bowie classics like Low or Heroes in record stores, then you’re in luck.
Five seminal Bowie albums are getting their first individual vinyl reissues in over 25 years, including his “Berlin trilogy” (Low, Heroes, and Lodger), plus Scary Monsters and his 1978 live album, Stage.
All five albums were included in a deluxe vinyl boxset released last year called A New Career in a New Town (1977-1982). However, this is the first time they will have been reissued on their own since 1991.
Released via Parlophone, the records will be avaliable on 180-gram vinyl from February 23rd. Last year, the label was called out by fans for various mastering issues found on the “Berlin trilogy” albums in the A New Career in a New Town boxset.
More recently, the label shared a previously unreleased of Let’s Dance to commemorate what would have been Bowie’s 71st birthday. Duncan Jones – Bowie’s son – also launched an online book club dedicated to his late father’s favourite reads.