David Bowie

David Bowie Discography

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DES 18003 David Bowie David Bowie (Album, Comp) Deram DES 18003 US 1967 Sell This Version
SBL 7912, SBL.7912, 852 146 BY David Bowie David Bowie (Album, Comp) Philips, Philips, Philips SBL 7912, SBL.7912, 852 146 BY UK 1969 Sell This Version
6338 041D David Bowie The Man Who Sold The World (Album, Comp) Mercury 6338 041D Germany 1970 Sell This Version
SF-8244 David Bowie Hunky Dory (Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor SF-8244 UK 1971 Sell This Version
SF 8287, LSP 4702 David Bowie The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (Album, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor SF 8287, LSP 4702 UK 1972 Sell This Version
TCEMC 3580 Bowie* Pinups (Album) RCA Victor TCEMC 3580 UK 1973 Sell This Version
RS 1001, DLSP-4852 David Bowie Aladdin Sane (Album, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA Victor RS 1001, DLSP-4852 Italy 1973 Sell This Version
CPL1 0576 Bowie* Diamond Dogs (Album, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA Victor CPL1 0576 France 1974 Sell This Version
DPTK 5013 David Bowie David Live (Album) RCA Victor DPTK 5013 UK 1974 Sell This Version
RCLP 20002 David Bowie Young Americans (Album) RCA Victor RCLP 20002 Greece 1975 Sell This Version
APK1 1327 David Bowie Station To Station (Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor APK1 1327 Italy 1976 Sell This Version
AFS1-2522 David Bowie "Heroes" (Album) RCA Victor AFS1-2522 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
PL 12 030 David Bowie Low (Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor PL 12 030 Portugal 1977 Sell This Version
ARK1-2743 David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev* / Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra - Britten* David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev* / Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra - Britten* - Peter And The Wolf / Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra (Album, Comp) RCA Red Seal ARK1-2743 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
DJL1-3016 David Bowie An Evening With David Bowie(LP, P/Mixed, Promo) RCA DJL1-3016 US 1978 Sell This Version
PL-2913, PL-02913 David Bowie Stage (Album) RCA Victor PL-2913, PL-02913 Netherlands 1978 Sell This Version
PL-42993 David Bowie Rock Concert (Album) RCA Victor PL-42993 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version
RVP-6390, AQL1-3254 David Bowie Lodger (Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor RVP-6390, AQL1-3254 Japan 1979 Sell This Version
PL 13647 David Bowie Scary Monsters (Album) RCA, RCA PL 13647 Italy 1980 Sell This Version
DJL1-3840 David Bowie The David Bowie Interview(LP, Promo) RCA DJL1-3840 US 1980 Sell This Version
RCA DJL 1-3829 David Bowie RCA Special Radio Series - Volume 1 RCA Victor RCA DJL 1-3829 US 1980 Sell This Version
1C 064-400165 David Bowie Let's Dance (Album) EMI America, EMI America 1C 064-400165 Europe 1983 Sell This Version
SPRO 9960/9961 David Bowie Let's Talk(LP, Promo) EMI America SPRO 9960/9961 US 1983 Sell This Version
PL 84862-1 David Bowie Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture (Album) RCA PL 84862-1 Italy 1983 Sell This Version
TC-PLAY-240227 David Bowie Tonight (Album) EMI America, EMI America, EMI America TC-PLAY-240227 Australia 1984 Sell This Version

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future_market

future_market

February 8, 2016
I think that who loves this legend has already bought during years all his gems and there's no need to be scandalized by actual prices. All the Bowie lovers can surely wait price will return at normal. At most, my opinion is that different people who buy now don't like him so much, these people want to have something of a great musician and man that sadly left us last month. Why just now? They can listen to him digitally without any trouble. So who is worst nowadays? the seller or the buyer?
Last thing: i think it's insane even looking disperately for last prices not to buy but only to be scandalized.
Let's all make him rip without any further shock. Peacefully.
sidandnancy

sidandnancy

February 1, 2016
David bowie corporotised him self and his music past and present as an inestemnt bond and his worth at death was £50 million ,he would be proud at the value of his vinyls post his death,as they didnt press that many on the first run.
perceptiongroove

perceptiongroove

January 24, 2016
what happen to blackstar clear vinyl?
999 euros.

it's a little wonder.
gladys0109

gladys0109

January 22, 2016
Dear David, Thanks for all. RIP in our hearts.
++++++
Answering last message: 'David would be ashamed by a 999€ cle blackstar lp 1st ed. '
Not sure at all ...
1. David was generous, may be it could be seen as the last gift to his core fans... He knew that before his death! He was good in finance!
Don't know how much Î spend for him!
For me blackstar cle lp 1st édition is 'WHITOUT PRICE''anymore!! It means more than 999€ !!

2. David was a leader ... he wanted to be number one... once again he's still!

3. Now this record is à *piece of history"

Ï clearly understand people don't want to pay so much... so please buy a black one or wait for reissues

David, rest in our hearts

Ps : i ve made some stats. Just before his death 67k units related to Bowie were on sale here ...
One hour later it cuts down 66k units, 4 hours later 64 units, 62 k units after une day .... The lower points was 3-4 days later around 59k units. Now we are around 62k...
More than 10k units a week!
An other number 1!

Sincerely yours
Psyloid

Psyloid

January 22, 2016
999 euro for a clear vinyl disc of blackstar, David would be ashamed :(
niqdow

niqdow

January 21, 2016
Well my friends, I have been buying lots of vinyl over the past 6 months or so....things I gave away to Oxfam before moving to BCN....and now regret big time!!!I had lots of Bowie and I haven't noticed any post mortem mark ups or 'Skyrocketing prices'. Most sellers are honest music lovers like me......
rutlandrecords

rutlandrecords

January 19, 2016
hey rharris07--i'm a seller on discogs and I've sold 4 LP's since his death. I take exception to your remarks---I didn't mark up any of the Bowie records on Discogs...didn't need to or want to. I have several Bowie LP's to list but haven't been rushing to get them online since his death....we are ALL upset and ALL a bit angry at the villain in the room, cancer.
Your comment is directed to ALL sellers which isn't fair or reasonable. Calling sellers scumbags is not a nice comment either. I agree that people should wait until the demand trails off but don't assume that us sellers are taking advantage of anything more than just trying to make good music available to all buyers....most of us are collectors, too and we don't want to pay high prices for an artist because they have passed away. Good luck with your record search and with getting a handle on your anger.
rharris07

rharris07

January 18, 2016
These skyrocketing prices for Bowie records is insane. They didn't become more limited all of a sudden, there are a million and one pressings of almost every album - so why are these sellers being such scumbags and trying to charge upwards of 8 to 12 times more than the average sale price? Come on people, don't buy into this nonsense. Let them try to gouge for a while, don't buy from them, and then the prices will drop back to normal. What a shitty thing to do - mark up all your Bowie records on Discogs as soon as you see he has died.
Monsterhead

Monsterhead

January 18, 2016
LIKE if you actually bought a Bowie album AFTER 1983!
leninh1c11er

leninh1c11er

January 17, 2016
"My brain hurt like a warehouse, it had no room to spare
I had to cram so many things to store everything in there"

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