(London 800 087-2), 1983 (Germany).
CD-release of the debut LP, with the title in white lettering. Released in early 1983, this actually was the very first David Bowie album available on CD. Reissued (Deram MCPS 800 087-2; second) in 1987.
(PRT PYC 6001), 1987 (UK).
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).
Reissued in 2015 (Sanctuary/BMG BMGRM047CD). As this re-release contains the alternate version version of 'Do Anything You Say', strictly speaking it's a reissue of I Dig Everything: The 1966 Pye Singles.
|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. Also released on clear vinyl as Baktabak LINT 5001, with the interview split into two parts.
(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'.
(Deram 820 549-2), 1990 (Australia).
CD-issue of Images.