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pablopicasso
(electric tomato)
03/21/04 06:29 AM
WOW!!!!! new  

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3804320550&category=53256

I believe in the Power of Good
I Believe in the State of Love
I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right


TheYoungDude
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/21/04 09:24 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

670 pounds!! Unbelievable!!

The sisters fell back and said "Don't that man look pretty!"

bulletprooffaces
(kook)
03/22/04 12:41 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

jumping jesus! someone's got moeny to burn...

my bowie site: http://bulletprooffaces.net - now in 6 languages.
cult movies: http://www.zombiegirls.net

pablopicasso
(electric tomato)
03/22/04 12:45 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: bulletprooffaces]  

Does this person come on here though, if so, tell us?

I believe in the Power of Good
I Believe in the State of Love
I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right


pablopicasso
(electric tomato)
03/23/04 05:55 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

If you thought that one was expensive......
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4002577705&category=53256

I believe in the Power of Good
I Believe in the State of Love
I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right


TheYoungDude
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/23/04 05:57 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Who knows how much this will end up going for, but it is pretty cool!

The sisters fell back and said "Don't that man look pretty!"

pablopicasso
(electric tomato)
03/23/04 06:00 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: TheYoungDude]  

I have a copy of that sleeve, just a copy mind, but still, it sure looks good.

I believe in the Power of Good
I Believe in the State of Love
I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right


Stina
(electric tomato)
03/23/04 06:16 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Did you see the Diamond Dogs sleeve with the original artowrk before they changed the dog? It went for $8,988 and it didn't even have the album in it!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=53256&item=3803433272&ssPageName=STRK:MEBDW:IT

"The European Cannon is here."
NYC 12.15.03
Long Island 6.4.04



TheYoungDude
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/23/04 06:19 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: Stina]  

Yeah, I saw that one too. The price was incredible!!

The sisters fell back and said "Don't that man look pretty!"

pablopicasso
(crash course raver)
04/17/04 04:05 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Anyone seen THIS?

I'll wish, and the thunder clouds will vanish
Wish, and the storm will fade away


Avatar Courtesy of Nature_boy


TheYoungDude
(kook)
04/19/04 06:21 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: Stina]  

leopardmessiah seems to be winning quite a lot of Bowie collectibles on eBay.

The sisters fell back and said "Don't that man look pretty!"

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
04/29/04 08:58 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

My lord how expensive is that!

I really could never bring myself to part with that amount of money, for a piece of plastic.

Its totally mad.

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Emil
(stardust savant)
04/29/04 09:55 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

I find it odd that Love you till Tuesday went for a higher price than Liza Jane. Is that because the difference in quality? Someone had scribbled on the Liza Jane disc.

-Midget! Crapper!

pablopicasso
(crash course raver)
04/29/04 10:00 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: Emil]  

I wondered that too, there are some collectors who concentrate in getting all the different picture sleeves though, and in the late 60's early 70's every region produced their own sleeves, maybe this was a particularly rare sleeve.
For pure historical value though the King Bees should have won though.

"Cutn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111!!!!!!!.!!!!!" PoorSoul 2004

Avatar courtesy of Nature_Boy

Guust
(grinning soul)
04/29/04 01:18 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Yesterday the news here in Belgium was that the price for a ticket for the sold-out festival Werchter has gone above 500 euro's on Ebay, that's like ten times the original price for one day.

I wonder if Bowie's performance on the last day has got anything to do with it....

I was counting on the black market to get my ticket but I guess this means I'm out.

damn!



pablopicasso
(crash course raver)
04/29/04 02:25 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

This is nice and a bit of a one off

"Cutn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111!!!!!!!.!!!!!" PoorSoul 2004

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pablopicasso
(cracked actor)
06/25/04 06:01 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Can you believe the price of this and the reserve is still not met, and this has no unique music on it, CLICK HERE

Believe everything I say,especially the lies.



dukewhite
(stealing for that one good rush)
06/25/04 07:14 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Why would anyone buy that secnd album? I wonder if someone is falling for their obvious lie that rare record stores sell it for $1,000.

GDE
get dukewhite to Europe
Twelve just wasn't enough!


Maarten
(wild eyed peoploid)
06/25/04 07:32 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: dukewhite]  

Well actually that Japanese promo cd IS really rare, and it went for even more a couple of times before (around $600).

I collect all those different promos as well, I just don't have the cash to buy all the really expensive ones. I don't think I would spend THAT much on a cd though if I did more to spend.



diamondogz74
(acolyte)
06/26/04 06:03 AM
Crazy price. new [re: pablopicasso]  

In reply to:

Can you believe the price of this and the reserve is still not met, and this has no unique music on it


Yes I have seen that before Pablo, it was considerably cheaper when I saw it on [ www.mattscdsingles.com/ ] sorry I cannot make that a URL.

I do not know if its there now ? so many of the singles on that site, are now out of stock.

Even so, as you say, NO unique music on it, not worth that price.

PS/ I've just been on the site, and found this...

In reply to:


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

David Bowie - Special DJ Sampler
Mega Rare Japan Promo 17 Track CD Sampler With Unique Sleeve. Cat No.PCD 2188

1. The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell


2. Thursday's Child


3. Space Oddity


4. Man Who Sold The World


5. Changes


6. Starman


7. Jean Genie


8. Sorrow


9. Diamond Dogs


10. Fame


11. Golden Years


12. Sound & Vision


13. Heroes


14. Boys Keep Swinging


15. Fashion


16. Let's Dance


17. Dancing In The Street





Price: £350.00 / $612.50


Even more now...



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pablopicasso
(stardust savant)
11/14/04 10:11 AM
WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

Liza Jane acetate

I fly to the nearest bar

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/14/04 11:37 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

In reply to:

Liza Jane acetate


Make that a double WOW! some people must have more money than sense

As much of a Bowie fan that I am, I would or could never part with money like that.

But I would love to see it in a museum.

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skellaway
(crash course raver)
11/14/04 04:34 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

I don't think that I could part with that kind of money on something like that, even though it is a cool acetate .
I have got Bryan Ferry's personal acetate of the 1975 Roxy Music album 'Siren' which is signed and labled by Ferry, I bought this directly from a guy who worked for Roxy Music from 1972-1981, had some great conversations with him aswell about the band.

"The sex is in the rhythm"

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/15/04 07:13 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: skellaway]  

In reply to:

I have got Bryan Ferry's personal acetate of the 1975 Roxy Music album 'Siren' which is signed and labled by Ferry, I bought this directly from a guy who worked for Roxy Music from 1972-1981, had some great conversations with him aswell about the band.


How cool is that! I wonder what Mr Ferry ever thought of Mr Bowie as a performer and as an individual? do you know of any insights please?

I would find it fascinating.


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Claude
(big brother)
11/15/04 08:14 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

£ 2.127,00 are € 3 035.97!!!!!!!

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ThinWhiteDuke87
(grinning soul)
11/16/04 05:48 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

How cool is that! I wonder what Mr Ferry ever thought of Mr Bowie as a performer and as an individual? do you know of any insights please?

I would find it fascinating.


I'm pretty sure there's a bit in Strange Fascination about this — in the 1972–4 chapter or something like that; at the least there are comments from an interview David Buckley did with Bryan Ferry in there.

Don’t think about Young Americans as a makeout album

Edited by ThinWhiteDuke87 on 11/16/04 05:49 AM (server time).



diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/16/04 06:44 AM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

In reply to:

I'm pretty sure there's a bit in Strange Fascination about this — in the 1972–4 chapter or something like that; at the least there are comments from an interview David Buckley did with Bryan Ferry in there.


Thanks very much, alas I do not own this book do you know of a site that might contain this section of the book please?

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White Prism
(crash course raver)
11/16/04 05:11 PM
Mother of pearl new [re: diamondogz74]  

Actually most of that chapter is spent talking about Roxy Music's own position as a Glam group, but there is a quotation later on, from 1999:

'There doesn't ever seem to be any self-doubt with Bowie and this is to be commended. He seems to be very good at getting the best out of himself. I'm always riddled with doubts and self-criticism.'

There was also a brief mention that Bowie telephoned Ferry just prior to Pinups, when they were both working on cover albums, so they appear friendly enough.

Well, I cried for you - now it's your turn to cry a while

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/17/04 06:24 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: White Prism]  

In reply to:

There was also a brief mention that Bowie telephoned Ferry just prior to Pinups, when they were both working on cover albums, so they appear friendly enough.


Thanks very much for that Matt, I own both Pinups and These Foolish Things, both are very good cover albums and far better than any issued today IMO.

How nice that he telephoned him like that, the perfect gentleman as ever.



In saying that, as far as actual covers to albums go? Pinups beats this sickly Alvin Stardust image

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skellaway
(crash course raver)
11/17/04 05:27 PM
Re: Mother of pearl [re: diamondogz74]  

I wonder if the phone conversation to mr. Ferry had anything in it about the cover of 'Ladytron' which was recorded for Pinups but later was dropped and to this day un-released and un-heard. I would love so much to hear it!

"The sex is in the rhythm"

Edited by skellaway on 11/17/04 05:28 PM (server time).



RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
11/17/04 06:49 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: skellaway]  

In reply to:

the cover of 'Ladytron' which was recorded for Pinups


The recording of Ladytron has never been confirmed. Infact this is what AMG (not the most reliable but a source non the less) has to say about the subject:

To be filed under rock's greatest myths, meanwhile, is the rumor that no less a personage than David Bowie recorded a version of the song for possible inclusion on 1973's Pin Ups album — a journalist visiting the sessions spotted the sheet music lying in the studio. Unfortunately, it appears to have been a red herring; Mick Ronson was later adamant that they never even looked at it. But the dream remains delightful all the same.

Rejection is one thing
but rejection from a fool is cruel


diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/18/04 08:02 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: RabbitFighter]  

In reply to:

But the dream remains delightful all the same.


Yes duznt it just, I have never heard of Bowie recording this and if you think about it? where would Ladytron have fitted in on Pinups, after all this album was about his favs when he was younger, thus the dumping of Growing Up and Amsterdam.

But yes what a great version he would have made of Ferry's song.



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SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/18/04 08:36 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: diamondogz74]  

Neither Grovin' Up nor Amsterdam were originally recorded for PinUps. The former was recorded in early Diamond Dogs -sessions, whereas the latter was recorde for inclusion of the album that became Ziggy Stardust, but dropped before the release. They were included on PinUps as bonus tracks simply because they are covers.

It should be noted that a studio version of White Light, White Heat was apparently recorded during the PinUps sessions (although it's uncertain if it was ever completed to a releaseable form).

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diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/18/04 09:27 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

In reply to:

It should be noted that a studio version of White Light, White Heat was apparently recorded during the PinUps sessions (although it's uncertain if it was ever completed to a releaseable form).


Thanks for the info Sys

I naturally assumed they were left overs from Pinups, although quite where they would have fitted in on those two albums you mention? Is beyond my reasoning.

I suppose oneday we will have all those lost recordings? but I feel It will not happen as long as Bowie remains alive.

Much in the way of dead singers from years back, John Lennon for example, Im sure much of the Lennon stuff that has been released would not have been released if Lennon were still living.

NOT that I wish Mr Bowie dead by any means.


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ThinWhiteDuke87
(grinning soul)
11/19/04 07:05 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

Bowie is quoted in the liner notes of Sound+Vision that he was going to do a "volume 2" to PinUps that would have stuff from the Velvet Underground, Iggy and the Stooges, and a couple of other American bands — so maybe he was doing the "White Light/White Heat" as part of that; maybe to have Pin Ups as a double LP? (Still wouldn't make room for "Ladytron," of course, sadly.)

Don’t think about Young Americans as a makeout album

icarusboy
(kook)
11/23/04 08:39 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

Remember that Tin Machine did do a cover of Roxy's 'If There Is Something' from the 1st Roxy Music Album....

This does make me think that Bowie may have thought about doing a cover of this song earlier. If indeed there is a copy of Bowie doing 'Ladytron' somewhere, then there isn't many left on that first Roxy album to cover!

iccy

"God thinks he's all that and a bag of chips."- David Bowie

ulfdub
(kook)
11/23/04 09:06 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

the pinups story:
Tony Defries was in a contract dispute with the company that held the rights to Bowie's music. not wanting to give them any "fresh" material, he advised david to do PINUPS. there would, of course, be NO ROYALTIES to be collected from songs that david did not write.
as the dispute dragged on, Pinups 2 was started. it was to be a similar nod of the cap to AMERICAN bands. shortly after the backing track to WHITE LIGHT/ WHITE HEAT was laid down, the dispute was resolved, so TONY axed the PINUPS 2 project (after all HE would make no money on royalties if this LP were recorded EITHER).
DAVID had no idea of the contract negotiations, he was MANIPULATED by TONY, pure and simple.
He is, however, an astute student. once he figured out what was up, he has used the same ploy every time he gets fed up with his current contract, re-recording old songs, so no new royalties are generated. (1980, 2000 (toy) etc.)

can't help thinking about me



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/24/04 09:39 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

In reply to:

he has used the same ploy every time he gets fed up with his current contract, re-recording old songs, so no new royalties are generated. (1980, 2000 (toy) etc.)


What old songs (except some of his own, and Kingdom Come) did Bowie record (and release) in 1980 if I may ask?

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

pablopicasso
(acolyte)
11/24/04 10:58 AM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

Scream like a baby and It's no game were old, but they would still have given his publishers revenue especially as the originals were unreleased. I think he really wanted Toy out too, and it was only because his record company didn't want it that it was postponed. I don't think this theory holds much creedence.

I fly to the nearest bar

ulfdub
(kook)
11/26/04 01:07 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

we are talking about panic in detroit, space oddity, etc.

also BAAL

rerecording songs that already have copyrights may give some new royalties, true, but it is a stall tactic to not give COMPLETELY NEW MATERIAL to old copyright holders, that is the point of the releases from 1980-1982, as well as TOY!
TOY was NEVER INTENTED FOR RELEASE! it was another stall tactic while he renegotiated another contract. that is all

after all



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/26/04 02:13 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

In reply to:

we are talking about panic in detroit, space oddity, etc.

also BAAL


None of which were recorded in 1980.

The re-recorded versions of Space Oddity, Panic In Detroit and Rebel Rebel (the lattest remaining unreleased) were made in 1979 for use at Kenny Everett's New Year's Eve Show. I doubt any of them were meant for release at the time, although the acoustic Space Oddity did appear as a B-side in 1980. In fact, the recordings were made at the insistance of David Mallet (who was Kenny Everett's director).

As for Baal (recorded 1981, released 1982), if Bowie didn't want to record anything at the time, why record this at all? His deal with RCA had ended with Scary Monsters and he had no obligations to release anything at the time (and if would have been bound by contract to deliver something, a 15 minute EP would have hardly satisfied the company). He could have just sat back and watch his commercial appeal rise. In fact, releasing such an uncommercial offering as Baal could have damaged Bowie's chances of getting a new record deal.

As for Toy, if it was indeed never intended for release, why write new songs for it, why re-record previously unreleased songs, and why include older songs that at the time were licensed to EMI/Virgin anyway? (I admit I don't know the stance on unreleased material precisely, do they belong to the record company who first released them or to the company at the time of the unreleased recording). Why make so much publicity out of it, and why have Mark Plati mix it twice in attempt to get it published? If he wanted to get rid of his Virgin contract, surely there would have been an easier way.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

Edited by Sysiyo on 11/26/04 02:16 PM (server time).



ulfdub
(kook)
11/26/04 02:34 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

it's obvious i won't convince you anymore than you would enjoy my ACCOUSTIC version of wild is the wind!

that is not important. the use of 1980 refers to the post SCARY MONSTERS period of 1980-1982.

it may be true that david did not record these tracks to satisfy a contract. it is also true that an ep of someone elses material is not the hot ticket to a new record deal. it is ALSO TRUE that NO NEW MATERIAL does not endear oneself to one's record company! (thus making a break more desirable).

The point is this...once you release NEW MATERIAL, future royalties must be paid for PERFORMANCE RIGHTS to your existing company.

Those performance rights already exist for pre-published "classics" like SPACE ODDITY. the only revenue generated from a new recording (of OLD MATERIAL) is air play of that recording and/or sales of that recording.

If david released an album of previously unpublished material, the EXISTING RECORD COMPANY retains FUTURE PERFORMANCE ROYALTY RIGHTS!

this is the reason that david "treads water" when in a contract dispute. he simply will not give away these performance rights to someone he is trying to extricate himself from.

As for TOY, had he not gotten a new deal, i do not doubt that TOY would have been given to his then record company.(he did release the lions share of the re-recorded songs as b-side fodder once the dispute was settled, so the studio time was not wasted).

remember, david is not dumb when it comes to finances! he plays the game better than the rest of the field, and that dictates what he records, and or releases during contract disputes.

it is doubtful that this situation will resurface again, as long as DAVID HAS HIS OWN LABLE, so the discussion is moot at best. i consider this my final say on the subject.

down in space it's always 1982 the joke WE ALWAYS KNEW



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/26/04 03:08 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

Might I suggest you stop using caps lock all the time, it looks bad and makes it hard (at least for me) to follow your train of thought.

If David is so skilled when it comes to finances (and I don't deny that) why waste money on recording Baal and the mixing work of Toy at all?

In reply to:

it is ALSO TRUE that NO NEW MATERIAL does not endear oneself to one's record company! (thus making a break more desirable).


At the time that was besides the point as David had recorded most (if not all) of Let's Dance before he signed with EMI, so most of his previous releases were irrelevant, as EMI knew they were getting something good. (And I believe that was a planned tactic).

In reply to:

As for TOY, had he not gotten a new deal, i do not doubt that TOY would have been given to his then record company.


But he did give it to them, Virgin only said no (which led to the aforementioned additional mixing my Mark Plati).

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

ulfdub
(kook)
11/26/04 03:23 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

your very statements prove my point.

1. let's dance was in the can, but not submitted to RCA.

he gave VIRGIN toy, knowing that it would be rejected!
the remixing was a ploy to buy time.

enough of this! go look at your excellent photo thread! i posted a glowing review (well deserved)

let's slipaway



ThePoetClover
(mortal with potential)
11/26/04 03:25 PM
Re: WOW!!!!! new [re: pablopicasso]  

WoW

It's all deranged...no control

SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/26/04 03:47 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

In reply to:

1. let's dance was in the can, but not submitted to RCA.


Because it was recorded after his RCA contract had ended. In late 1982 and early '83 while recording the album Bowie was without contract.

I don't completely buy the idea of Toy being simply a ploy of getting into the contract, as said he poured a lot of time and effort into the project, and seemed to have been genuinely excited about the recordings. According to Tony Visconti he was "hurt terribly" when Virgin refused the album.

But then again, if he was so excited why hasn't it been given a full release now that he could do it?

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

pablopicasso
(acolyte)
11/26/04 03:56 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

I am sure that Toy was something he was very excited about, he seemed to enjoy revisiting the songs he performed live from this era, You got a habit of leaving, London boys, I dig everything and the recordings that have been released on the Heathen b sides were not recorded with no thought.The seemed to be a lot of effort put into them, not just rerecording but making them seem contemporary. Sadly the time has gone and Bowie moved on, he no longer has the excitment or enthusiasm for the project and I think we are lucky to have had the tracks that we have. It would have been a good album, I know I was genuinly excited when I saw the Everyone says Hi single with all the b sides. I knew nothing about the Toy project at this time (I was out of the Bowie loop somewhat, so I knew nothing of the story behind all of this. I knew of 'Toy' but had forgotten all about it by then.

I fly to the nearest bar

ulfdub
(kook)
11/26/04 04:14 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: pablopicasso]  

re:let's dance was recorded after he left RCA

intentionally delayed to minimize profit for RCA

re:he was enthusiastic about TOY and genuinely hurt that it wasn't released

"I'm an ACTOR, only I play the part right down the line, COMPLETELY!! that's what BOWIE is supposed to be all about"

quoted from cracked actor (which was using footage from a 1973 (BBC?)documentary.

since when can we take ANY of his statements at FACE VALUE?

i'm telling lies



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
11/26/04 04:32 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

Of course we have to take everything he says with a grain of salt. But Visconti's comment, as well as earlier assesments by Mark Plati that Bowie was highly excited about the project, would lead me into thinking he was at least half-serious about getting the album released.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

ulfdub
(kook)
11/26/04 09:28 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: Sysiyo]  

ladies and gentlemen.....ladies and gentlemen.....your attention please......mr.ULFDUB has left the theatre.

portrait in flesh



schizophrenic
(cracked actor)
11/26/04 10:43 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

In reply to:

ladies and gentlemen.....ladies and gentlemen.....your attention please......mr.ULFDUB has left the theatre.


Nobody cares. Go back and finish your oatmeal.

I apologize. Shut up.

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
11/27/04 03:33 PM
Re: Mother of pearl new [re: ulfdub]  

In reply to:

re:let's dance was recorded after he left RCA


Thank goodness for that, at least his RCA albums are all superb Let's Dance IMO is poor.

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pablopicasso
(acolyte)
12/13/04 04:02 PM
Anyone know anything about this? new [re: diamondogz74]  

Changes4?

I fly to the nearest bar

Tristan
(acolyte)
12/13/04 10:20 PM
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Re: Anyone know anything about this? new [re: pablopicasso]  

<<<<<< The real Changes Four.



diamondogz74
(acolyte)
12/22/04 03:45 PM
Re: Anyone know anything about this? new [re: pablopicasso]  

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Changes4?


That Alan is one very cool set of albums and beautifully boxed, not overly expensive as Bowie items go, but a tad too expensive with Christmas looming.

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<<<<<< The real Changes Four.


I never realized David Soul had three greatest hits albums out before this one

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pablopicasso
(acolyte)
02/27/05 10:34 AM
Senseless things new [re: diamondogz74]  

This is rather expensive

Acer computers' customer service sucks

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/27/05 10:48 AM
Re: Senseless things new [re: pablopicasso]  

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This is rather expensive


A rediculous price for a 7" piece of plastic, btw Alan if you click on the pictures to make them bigger you'll notice that there is no Prettiest Star? one side says Time short version other side says Time long version no mention of Prettiest Star on the actual disc

I didn't even know there was a Time short version?



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pablopicasso
(acolyte)
02/27/05 11:00 AM
Re: Senseless things new [re: diamondogz74]  

You have the edit on your Aladdin Sane 30th edition.

With it being long/short it must be a demo version, but this is a lot of money, for something so widely available in other formats.

Acer computers' customer service sucks

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/27/05 11:11 AM
Re: Senseless things new [re: pablopicasso]  

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You have the edit on your Aladdin Sane 30th edition.


Oops! so I do I've just gone and played it thinking it would be a radio (safe) edit and omitting the wanking reference, but no it's still there so I cannot really see any point for this edit

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but this is a lot of money, for something so widely available in other formats.


An outrageous sum of money but a nice sleeve.



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SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/27/05 03:55 PM
Re: Senseless things new [re: pablopicasso]  

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With it being long/short it must be a demo version, but this is a lot of money, for something so widely available in other formats.


I presume you mean 'promo', not demo. Still, 2000 dollars is an excessive price for something like that.

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pablopicasso
(acolyte)
02/27/05 04:01 PM
Re: Senseless things new [re: Sysiyo]  

Yes, sorry I did indeed mean promo.

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JarethsGirl
(cracked actor)
02/27/05 08:36 PM
Just call me dick for brains new [re: pablopicasso]  

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Jareth'sGirl, the Goblin Queen.




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