113 Songs, 7 Hours 32 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings

Bowie's best era


While Bowie's earlier years are often hailed as being his best, imo the Berlin era is when he was most creative and innovative. This is the box set I've been waiting for since the announcement of this series. All remastered, new mixes, unreleased songs. This is the perfect Bowie collection.

The way to release a box set

Cat for the Tillerman

So glad it is all made available on iTunes for those that don't want to buy the more expensive CD box set. I already have most of this on disc ( albeit not these remasters). Some artists still make songs exclusive to their pricy super deluxe boxes, but Bowie's people do it right. Rock on!

Bowie Best Era Indeed!


This is the box set I've primarily and optimistically been waiting for. This is Bowie at his finest and the appeal is the finest of all his records in my selfish opinion! I'm very excited like many to acquire these albums on vinyl format!

About David Bowie

Everyone has a David Bowie that they fell in love with first—the otherworldly outsider Ziggy Stardust, the electronic adventurer, the wild-eyed glam pioneer, the enigmatic storyteller. But it was Bowie's ability to reinvent himself so vividly that captivated us again and again. Driven by boundless imagination, David Bowie was a multifaceted music icon, a social provocateur, a force in fashion, and a gifted actor whose unique personas and perspectives traveled with him through the decades. From the moment his homesick astronaut captured the spotlight in the late ‘60s to his exploratory, jazz-influenced Blackstar almost 50 years later, he excelled and innovated with turns in pop, glam, punk, soul, hard rock, and electronic music. And even though Bowie released vital albums throughout his life—and will forever embody the most artful edge of rock ’n’ roll—he was more than just the music he made. Bowie's fearlessness inspired us to celebrate the complexity and beauty of being completely ourselves.

Brixton, London, England
January 8, 1947