I don't know what I've ever done, but I'm sorry if listening to what others say and giving well balanced arguements in return about what is wrong with Bowie isn't welcome to you. Maybe if everyone just slagged everyone else off this would be a really good forum, with no one learning anything?
I think you miss alot of irony in what I say (who could take Bowie seriously???). I can tell that as your posts are poorly written and humourless. And that isn't me getting angry, just as I see it. The Englishness of Bowie is lost on lots of people... especially the more Vaudeville element.
Anyway. It stops here. :o)
Putting Out Fire is original version.
1983 thing is in the small print at back of book.
Tin Machine selection is stupid too... re-writing a history that is fine how it was.
The Boxset concept does stand out, but the lettering + cover photo is bad, it would be magnificent if it was, say the Ziggy picture on the cover on the disc 1 of the original set instead.
But then we'd complain they changed it!
Well Ok... I would.