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|1||–David Bowie||The Width Of A Circle||8:05|
|2||–David Bowie||All The Madmen||5:38|
|3||–David Bowie||Black Country Rock||3:32|
|4||–David Bowie||After All||3:51|
|5||–David Bowie||Running Gun Blues||3:11|
|6||–David Bowie||Saviour Machine||4:25|
|7||–David Bowie||She Shook Me Cold||4:13|
|8||–David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World||3:55|
|9||–David Bowie||The Supermen||3:38|
|10||–David Bowie||Lightning Frightning
Drums – John CambridgeGuitar – Tim Renwick
|11||–David Bowie||Holy Holy
Producer – Ken Scott
|12||–Arnold Corns||Moonage Daydream
Guitar – Mark Carr-PritchardVocals – Freddi Buretti
|13||–Arnold Corns||Hang On To Yourself
Guitar – Mark Carr Pritchard*Vocals – Freddi Buretti
- Bass – Tony Visconti (tracks: 1 to 10), Trevor Bolder (tracks: 11 to 13)
- Design [Original Foldout Album] – Witt Hamburg
- Design [Original Gown Cover] – Keef (4)
- Design [Package] – Reiner Design Consultants, Inc.
- Drums – Mick Woodmansey (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 13)
- Guitar – David Bowie, Mick Ronson (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 13)
- Photography By [Additional] – Brian Ward (5), Mick Rock
- Photography By [Original Kick Cover, Original Gown Cover] – Brian Ward (5)
- Producer – David Bowie (tracks: 11 to 13), Tony Visconti (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Remastered By [Digital Remastering Assistance] – Jonathan Wyner
- Remastered By [Digital Remastering] – Dr. Toby Mountain*
- Synthesizer – Ralph Mace (tracks: 1 to 9)
- Vocals – David Bowie
- Written-By – David Bowie
Release without longbox packaging is The Man Who Sold The World
First pressing of David Bowie's RYKO catalogue in USA. It was pressed by PDO.
No barcode on back cover of CD. This pressing was released only in a longbox with barcode on back.
Back of CD and longbox do not have "Sound+Vision" logo. It was added on subsequent reissues.
Back of longbox (lower, right corner) has ''Printed in Canada'' logo
Originally released 04 Nov 1970.
Track 10: Previously unreleased track from 1970.
Track 11: Sleeve mentions 'Single A-side from 1970'. However, this is incorrect. It is the 1973 re-recording, later released as a B-side in 1974. The credits shown here reflect this correction. On this release, Herbie Flowers is credited as producer, bass and guitar player which is incorrect for this version.
Tracks 12 & 13: Released as a single under the name Arnold Corns in 1971.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text, on Longbox): 0 14431-0132-2 5
- Barcode (Scanned, on Longbox): 014431013225
- Barcode (On Jewelcase back cover): none
- Matrix / Runout (All Variants, On inner hub): MADE IN USA BY PDO
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): RCD10132 02!
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): RCD 10132 01/
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): RCD10132 01! C
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Rights Society: ASCAP/ BMI
Other Versions (5 of 195) View All
|SR-61325||David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World (LP, Album)||Mercury||SR-61325||US||1970||Sell This Version|
|7243 521901 0 2, 521 9010||David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World (CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM)||EMI, EMI||7243 521901 0 2, 521 9010||UK & Europe||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|TCEMC 3573, TC-EMC 3573||David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World (Cass, Album, RE, RM)||EMI, EMI||TCEMC 3573, TC-EMC 3573||UK||1990||Sell This Version|
|SR-61325||David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World (LP, Album, Promo)||Mercury||SR-61325||US||1970||Sell This Version|
|6338041||David Bowie||The Man Who Sold The World (LP, Album, Unofficial, Gre)||Mercury (2)||6338041||UK||2015||Sell This Version|