David Bowie is still making Record Store Day great with a score of rare and unreleased LPs

Even from beyond the grave David Bowie manages to wow us. Timed perfectly with Record Store Day 2018, it has been announced that rare and previously unreleased albums by the late Bowie will be available.

His live set Welcome to The Blackout, a Let’s Dance demo as well as the Bowie Now LP will all be ready and waiting for fans across the world.

David Bowie

Rare and previously unavailable albums by David Bowie are set to be released in time for Record Store Day 2018.

Record Store Day takes place on the 21st of April and is pretty much a global celebration of vinyl, rarities and music in general. Thousands flock to their local stores, while artists take the opportunity to celebrate vinyl and rare records.

Welcome to the Blackout (Live London ’78) is a previously unreleased 3xLP set featuring  recordings from Bowie’s Isolar II tour performances at Earls Court in London on June 30 and July 1 in 1978.

Also up for grabs is the first full length recording of Let’s Dance plus a live performance. Additionally, Bowie Now is a rare 1977 US-only promotional LP with tracks taken from Bowie’s Low and Heroes albums. This is the record’s first commercial release.

Via Pitchfork.