New David Bowie EPs Dropping for Record Store Day 2022

David Bowie in concert in 1999
Photo Credit
Mick Hutson/Redferns

After being the subject of a pair of box sets, David Bowie's '90s and early '00s works will be highlighted by two new EPs available for Record Store Day.

The late singer's estate announced the Brilliant Adventure and Toy (You've Got It Made with All the Toys) EPs, to be released on CD and vinyl at participating independent record stores on April 23, each feature unreleased or physically unavailable studio and live recordings tied to the recent box sets of the same name.

READ MORE: Two New David Bowie Box Sets Announced

The Brilliant Adventure EP features two unreleased studio tracks - an early version of fan favorite "I'm Afraid of Americans" called "Johnny Downloader" and an alternative mix of "I Have Not Been to Oxford Town" from 1995's 1. Outside. The EP is additionally backed by two live recordings from 1995, recorded at the Shakespeare Festival in New York City with pianist Mike Garson.

READ MORE: Unwrapping David Bowie's 'Toy'

As for Toy (You've Got It Made with All the Toys), a further exploration of Bowie's legendary unreleased 2000 album of revisited songs from his earliest works, the EP will feature an unreleased piano/vocal mix of "Shadow Man," three tracks only available digitally in the run-up to Toy:Box (a radio edit of "You've Got a Habit of Leaving," an alternate mix of "Silly Boy Blue" and a live BBC recording of "Can't Help Thinking About Me"), and two unavailable tracks from a Bowie gig at New York's Roseland Ballroom in 2000.

Artist Name

Read More

Daryl Hall & John Oates
Marking Hall and Oates' second blowout No. 1 hit in the states, "Kiss On My List" cemented the fact that the band had no plans of stopping their roll in the 80's. From the song's unexpected co-songwriter to its influence on Eddie Van Halen's 'Jump', here are six other solid facts about the large pop-rock tune that you should know!
Roadrunner Records
The band's bestselling album in America.
Atlantic Records
How do you capture the look of a "hit" album?

Facebook Comments