Three rare David Bowie records are set to be released for Record Store Day 2018. Record Store Day, which takes place on April 21, will see Bowie’s ‘Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78)’ album be released as a 3xLP set. The record features recordings from Bowie’s ‘Isolar II’ tour performances at London’s now-demolished Earls Court on June 30 and July 1 1978. Fans will also be able to grab a 12″ single which features the first full-length of ‘Let’s Dance’, along with a live version on the B-side. Lastly, ‘Bowie Now’ – a rare 1977 US only promotional-only LP, featuring tracks from ‘Heroes’ and ‘Low’ – will get its first commercial release. Full information can be found on David Bowie’s official website.
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