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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:

1. I'm Afraid of Americans (5:14)
2. The Hearts Filthy Lesson (5:37)
3. I'm Deranged (7:12)
4. Hallo Spaceboy (5:12)
5. Telling Lies (5:14)
6. The Motel (5:49)
7. The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (5:48)
8. Battle for Britain (4:35)
9. Seven Years in Tibet (6:19)
10. Little Wonder (6:16)

Total Time CD1: 57:19

CD 2:

1. Fun (Dilinja Mix) (5:52)
2. Little Wonder (Danny Saber Dance Mix) (5:32)
3. Dead Man Walking (Moby Mix 1) (7:32)
4. Telling Lies (Paradox Mix) (5:11)

Total Time CD2: 24:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Band line-ups could not be verified for this promo.

Releases information

Risky Folio
Enhanced CD, Limited Edition available only with subscription to BowieNet. Album consists of live recordings from the 1997 Earthling tour and a bonus disk of four rare remixes including "Fun (Dilinja Mix)" which was never commercially released.

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(0%)
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Review by Warthur
4 stars Originally an exclusive to subscribers to Bowienet - David Bowie's odd foray into running an ISP he undertook in the late 1990s - has now become more generally available thanks to a rerelease in the Brilliant Live Adventures series, trimming back the extra disc of remixes (no great loss) and adding in a couple more live tracks in the form of Pallas Athena and V2 Schneider (the latter in a version extremely different from the one on Heroes).

Rather than presenting one integral show, the set consists of picks from various dates on the Earthling tour, and is very much skewed towards material from that album and Outside. This may be a dealbreaker to some - but if you think Bowie's forays into industrial and dance of the mid-1990s were an intriguing experiment, this might be of interest to you, and if you are curious about what he was doing at the time this makes about as good a case for the material as can be made.

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