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Club Bowie

Club Bowie
Club bowie.jpg
Remix album by
Released2 December 2003
Recorded1977-1985
GenreDance, house music, EDM
Length65:57
LabelVirgin/EMI Records
7243 5 96758 2 4
V2-96758
David Bowie chronology
Reality
(2003)
Club Bowie
(2003)
The Collection
(2005)
David Bowie compilation chronology
Best of Bowie
(2002)
Club Bowie
(2003)
The Collection
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic1.5/5 stars[1]
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music2/5 stars[2]

Club Bowie is a 2003 compilation of material by David Bowie. It includes non-contemporary club mixes of Bowie hits, despite the "rare and unreleased" claim on the cover.

Track listing

  1. "Loving the Alien" - (The Scumfrog vs. David Bowie) (David Bowie) – 8:21
  2. "Let's Dance" - (Trifactor vs. Deeper Substance remix) (Bowie) – 11:02
  3. "Just for One Day" (""Heroes"") - (David Guetta vs. Bowie) (Bowie, Brian Eno, David Guetta) – 6:37
  4. "This Is Not America" - (The Scumfrog vs. David Bowie) (Bowie, Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny) – 9:12
  5. "Shout" ("Fashion") - (Solaris vs. Bowie) (Bowie) – 8:02
  6. "China Girl" - (Riff & Vox Club mix) (Bowie, Iggy Pop) – 7:08
  7. "Magic Dance" (Danny S Magic Party remix) (Bowie) – 7:39
  8. "Let's Dance" - (Club Bolly extended mix) (Bowie, Anita Kaur, Navin Kumar Singh) – 7:56
  9. "Let's Dance" - (Club Bolly mix) (Video) (Bowie, Kaur, Singh) – 3:52
    • Enhanced Video

Personnel

  • Tim Binns – Project Coordinator
  • Karen Cai – Video Director
  • Deeper Substance – Remixing
  • Ben Galvin – Remixing
  • Shawn Letts – Remixing
  • The Scumfrog – Remixing
  • Daniel Shepherd – Programming, Producer
  • Kelvin Singh – Remixing
  • Solaris – Producer, Remixing
  • Trifactor – Remixing
  • Henry Wrenn Meleck – Project Coordinator

References

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Larkin, Colin (2011). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (5th concise ed.). Omnibus Press. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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