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ChangesTwoBowie is also the only CD compilation (that I'm aware of) that contains the DJ 7" edit also. I could be wrong about this though.
The Ryko Singles 1969–93 uses it too, but not the EMI Singles Collection.
While we're on tapes, though, I borrowed what was, at the time, a 28-year-old RCA cassette of CHANGESONEBOWIE from a library (it ws a last resort to hear the original version of "Fame," which I hadn't then) only to find that it played almost half-speed, from age, probably . . . and yet it made "Diamond Dogs" sound really, really cool. Surprisingly, only the vocals sounded noticeably different — all the instruments sounded the same. I would've liked to hear the whole album like that . . . "Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing" ought to sound great that way, too.
Oh, and I also want to at least hear (if not own) the RCA CD of STATIONTOSTATION because there's just something a little bit lacking with the Rykodisc version, and even moreso on the EMI remaster — which sounded absolutely shite.
Don’t think about Young Americans as a makeout album