|David Bowie |
(London 800 087-2), 1983 (Germany).
First CD-release of the debut LP, with the title in white lettering. Reissued (Deram MCPS 800 087-2; second) in 1987.
(Castle Communications CLACD 154), 1989 (France).
The first CD-release of Don't Be Fooled By The Name. Released in Australia as part of the Premium Masters series (Castle Communications PCD 10002; second). The Japanese edition (Teichiku 18CP-1) uses a different cover (third). A special edition was released in a metal box (PRT TECP-25222), as part of the Japanese Hit CAN Series, including a sticker and booklet (bottom).
|Don't Be Fooled By The Name |
(PRT CDPR 04), 1989 (EC).
Same tracks as on the original 10".
|The Manish Boys/Davy Jones And The Lower Third |
(See For Miles SEA CD 1), 1990 (France).
(Baktabak CINT 5001), 1990 (UK).
Once again Don't Be Fooled By The Name, plus a 1990 interview. Released with two different covers. The second edition (bottom) has also been released as a 2CD, coupled with the 'Ziggy Stardust' promo.
|David Bowie |
(Pickwick PKD 3029), 1990 (Australia).
Rubber Band/London Boys/Love You Till Tuesday/Did You Ever Have A Dream/Please Mr. Gravedigger/The Laughing Gnome/Uncle Arthur/Sell Me A Coat/Silly Boy Blue/She's Got Medals/There Is A Happy Land/In The Heat Of The Morning.
Includes the album versions of 'Rubber Band ' and 'Love You Till Tuesday'.
|Rock Reflections |
(Deram 820 549-2), 1990 (Australia).
CD-issue of Images.