David Bowie reveals Nothing Has Changed artwork and announces world premiere of ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’

David Bowie has revealed the artwork for his forthcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The album will come out with different covers for each format, each depicting Bowie looking into a mirror.

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David Bowie has revealed the artwork for his forthcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The album will come out with different covers for each format, each depicting Bowie looking into a mirror.

The three versions are above – the 2LP version (left), the 2CD version (centre) and the 3CD edition (right).

Bowie’s new single, “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)”, which also features on Nothing Has Changed, will receive its world premiere on Guy Garvey’s Radio 6 Music show on October 12.

The track is released as a download and limited 10″ vinyl on November 17, the same day that Nothing Has Changed comes out.

“Sue…” is reputed to have a jazz influence – the music was written in collaboration with big-band leader Maria Schneider, who also arranged it, and recorded in New York with the Maria Schneider Orchestra. It was produced by Bowie and Tony Visconti.

The tracklist for the 3CD Deluxe Edition/Digital Download of Nothing Has Changed is:

CD 1:
“Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)”
“Where Are We Now?”
“Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA Edit)”
“The Stars (Are Out Tonight)”
“New Killer Star (radio edit)”
“Everyone Says ‘Hi’ (edit)”
“Slow Burn (radio edit)”
“Let Me Sleep Beside You”
“Your Turn To Drive”
“Shadow Man”
“Seven (Marius De Vries mix)”
“Survive (Marius De Vries mix)”
“Thursday’s Child (radio edit)”
“I’m Afraid Of Americans (V1) (clean edit)”
“Little Wonder (edit)”
“Hallo Spaceboy (PSB Remix) (with The Pet Shop Boys)”
“Heart’s Filthy Lesson (radio edit)”
“Strangers When We Meet (single version)”

CD 2:
“Buddha Of Suburbia”
“Jump They Say (radio edit)”
“Time Will Crawl (MM remix)”
“Absolute Beginners (single version)”
“Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger)”
“Loving The Alien (single remix)”
“This Is Not America (with The Pat Metheny Group)”
“Blue Jean”
“Modern Love (single version)”
“China Girl (single version)”
“Let’s Dance (single version)”
“Fashion (single version)”
“Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (single version)”
“Ashes To Ashes (single version)”
“Under Pressure (with Queen)”
“Boys Keep Swinging”
“”Heroes” (single version)”
“Sound And Vision”
“Golden Years (single version)”
“Wild Is The Wind (2010 Harry Maslin Mix)”

CD 3:
“Fame”
“Young Americans (2007 Tony Visconti mix single edit)”
“Diamond Dogs”
“Rebel Rebel”
“Sorrow”
“Drive-In Saturday”
“All The Young Dudes”
“The Jean Genie (original single mix)”
“Moonage Daydream”
“Ziggy Stardust”
“Starman (original single mix)”
“Life On Mars? (2003 Ken Scott Mix)”
“Oh! You Pretty Things”
“Changes”
“The Man Who Sold The World”
“Space Oddity”
“In The Heat Of The Morning”
“Silly Boy Blue”
“Can’t Help Thinking About Me”
“You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving”
“Liza Jane”



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