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New Posthumous David Bowie Live Album to Be Released

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The estate of David Bowie has announced plans to release a live album centered around the artists’ late 90s musical efforts.

The album is part of a set of six live albums documenting the various era of Bowie’s illustrious career. The set is titled Brilliant Live Adventures. It’s been announced that while plans were for the albums to be released only digitally, because of demand for them, they will also appear in a physical format.

The third album in the series features some of Bowie’s more famous 1990s singles and albums. The record includes live performances from the White White Dukes’ 1997 World Tour.

The full track listing has been confirmed as including:

‘I’m Afraid Of Americans’ (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
‘The Hearts Filthy Lesson’ (Long Marston, Phoenix Festival, July 18, 1997)
‘I’m Deranged’ (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
‘Hallo Spaceboy’ (Rio de Janeiro, Metropolitan, November 2, 1997)
‘Telling Lies’ (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
‘The Motel’ (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
‘The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)’ (Rio de Janeiro, Metropolitan, November 2, 1997)
‘Battle for Britain (The Letter)’ (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
‘Seven Years In Tibet’ (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
‘Pallas Athena’ (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
‘V-2 Schneider’ (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)

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