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Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
All 27 tracks, in chronological order, that Bowie released on Deram: 'Rubber Band' (Single Version), 'The Lon-don Boys', 'The Laughing Gnome', 'The Gospel According To Tony Day', 'Uncle Arthur', 'Sell Me A Coat', 'Rubber B... more »
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All 27 tracks, in chronological order, that Bowie released on Deram: 'Rubber Band' (Single Version), 'The Lon-don Boys', 'The Laughing Gnome', 'The Gospel According To Tony Day', 'Uncle Arthur', 'Sell Me A Coat', 'Rubber Band', 'Love You Till Tuesday', 'There Is A Happy Land', 'We Are Hungry Men', 'When I Live My Dream', 'Little Bombardier', 'Silly Boy Blue', 'Come And Buy Toys', 'Join The Gang', 'She's Got Medals', 'Love You Till Tuesday' (Single Version)'Let Me Sleep Beside You', 'In The Heat Of The Morning', 'When I Live My Dream', 'Space Oddity' and more!
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Michael L. (Popmeister) from READING, PA
Reviewed on 8/26/2009...
Alot of this is just plain bad, but it's interesting to hear what he was doing early in his career.
Bowie's Early Work is Appropriately Bizarre and Wonderful
M in Brooklyn | 07/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Any fan of David Bowie, or of eclectic music in general, will love this album. It is a mix of unique, strange, or just plain silly lyrics with various musical styles, spanning a period of great experimentation and exploration for Bowie. Granted, it is quite odd, but I have loved it for ten years and recently bought this one for my sister, who also adores it. I highly recommend it."
The Laughing Gnome
Jesse Nelson | Tucson, AZ USA | 03/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Once you've met "the Laughing Gnome," you'll never be the same again! Funny, but when you was asking fans to pick what songs they wanted on a late 1990's tour, some prankster found a way to simulate massive votes for "Laughing Gnome." I heard Bowie was almost ready to comply with popular demand, only the jig was uncovered! Too bad, I would've loved to hear a 90's version of "The Laughing Gnome." All that is Bowie must receive 5 stars... uh, well, maybe not Never Let Me Down and Tin Machine, but we won't go there. He rocks, and "the Laughing Gnome" was actually his first manager!"