David Bowie to release new two disc live album!

2003-2004's A Reality Tour fully documented, plus bonus tracks

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David Bowie is to release a two-disc document of his critically acclaimed A Reality Tour, which was the highest grossing tour of 2004.

The 33-track compilation, set for release on January 26, 2010, is the first time songs from the tour have been available on CD, having only been released as a live DVD previously.

The A Reality Tour CD will come with three tracks, not included on the original film release: “China Girl,” “Breaking Glass” and “Fall Dog Bombs The Moon.”

The tracklisting for David Bowie’s A Reality Tour live album is:

CD One:
1. Rebel Rebel
2. New Killer Star
3. Reality
4. Fame
5. Cactus
6. Sister Midnight
7. Afraid
8. All The Young Dudes
9. Be My Wife
10. The Loneliest Guy
11. The Man Who Sold The World
12. Fantastic Voyage
13. Hallo Spaceboy
14. Sunday
15. Under Pressure
16. Life On Mars?
17. Battle For Britain (The Letter)


CD Two:

1. Ashes To Ashes
2. The Motel
3. Loving The Alien
4. Never Get Old
5. Changes
6. I’m Afraid Of Americans
7. Heroes
8. Bring Me The Disco King
9. Slip Away
10. Heathen (The Rays)
11. Five Years
12. Hang On To Yourself
13. Ziggy Stardust


Bonus tracks:

14. Fall Dog Bombs The Moon
15. Breaking Glass
16. China Girl



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