David BowieStation To Station

Label:RCA Victor – APL1 1327, RCA Victor – APL1-1327, RCA Victor – RS 1038
Vinyl, LP, Album, CBS contract pressing
Genre:Rock, Funk / Soul
Style:Alternative Rock, Soul, Funk


A1Station To Station10:08
A2Golden Years4:03
A3Word On A Wing6:00
B1TVC 155:29
B3Wild Is The Wind5:58

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CBS Aston Clinton contract pressing.

Side1 [A] ℗ 1975 (2), 1976 (1, 3) All RCA Records
Side2 [B] ℗ 1976 RCA Records

Photograph from the film 'The man who fell to earth'

Insert, one-side printed, with credits. Lower left side: Printed and Made in Great Britain by Garrodprint Ltd APL1-1327

All of Side A runout is etched except the '0' which is stamped
All of Side B runout is stamped

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched / stamped runout): APL1 1327 - A - 4E 0 A1 .W.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped runout): APL1•1327•B3E 10 ∴

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Station To Station (LP, Album)RCA, RCA VictorCPL1-1327Canada1976
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Station To Station (Cassette, Album, Orange Paper Labels)RCAPK 11715UK1976
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Station To Station (LP, Album)RCA Victor, RCA VictorAPL 11327, APL-11327Netherlands1976
Station To Station (LP, Album, Stereo, Hollywood Press)RCA, RCA VictorAPL1-1327US1976
Station To Station (LP, Album)RCARVP-6027Japan1976



  • deadpoultry's avatar
    Edited 13 years ago
    Like with AloneWithStrangers, Station To Station is my favorite David Bowie album, and I was quite surprised when earlier this year I heard that it was going to be given the Deluxe treatment. I was, however, a bit apprehensive - I've not been too impressed with quite a few "Deluxe / Anniversary / Special / Collectors etc Editions" of late - so it wasn't I until came across pictures and details of the box set and it's contents on Bowie's website a month later that I (after picking my jaw up off the floor) hit the "Preorder" button without hesitation.

    I received the box set yesterday morning and have been pouring and obsessing over it's contents for over 24 hours. Long story short(er), I couldn't be happier with it. I'm an audio engineer and musician; LostTurntable hit the nail right on the head - If you're an audio technician, engineer, musician, etc, you NEED to listen to this. If you're not any of those but are a fan of Bowie's work and this album in particular, you will not be disappointed, to say the least. I would have been just as pleased if the box contained only the LPs, CDs and DVD - the extras are VERY nice indeed - but it's all about the sound; it truly is sublime, and its not the side effects of the cocaine. Umm... Not that I'd know what that would be like cos... er...... -ahem!- moving along...*

    I have a copy of the original 1976 RCA Victor UK LP (which is as old as I am), the 1991 Rykodisc reissue CD, the 1999 Virgin remastered CD and the Japanese 2009 SHM-CD / Mini LP CD (which uses the 1999 remaster but to me sounds noticeably more compressed). The 1976 LP was the one I always found to be the best sounding of the lot, however these new 2010 remasters have taken its place. The CD and LP are both spectacular sounding, but it's the DVD's Stereo and 5.1 versions that really shine. The 1985 RCA remaster is great too, and I know quite a few folks who prefer it over the later remasters. As for the Nassau Coliseum material, well I haven't listened to it yet, but will soon, and will update this review accordingly.

    Now all I have to do is wait for Low to get "Deluxed". And 'Heroes'.

    And Scary Monsters. :)

    [* seriously though, I really don't]


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