59 Songs, 3 Hours 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nothing Has Changed is the first David Bowie compilation to bridge “Changes,” “Ziggy Stardust,” and other forever-potent glam anthems of his early years to his most current recordings. He pushed the parameters of pop music with the postmodern sonics of “Sound and Vision” and the dubbed-out funk of “Let’s Dance,” but the secret treasure is tucked at the end. The writhing jazz rhythms and wounded crooning of 2014’s “Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)” show that he never stopped searching for new inventions.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nothing Has Changed is the first David Bowie compilation to bridge “Changes,” “Ziggy Stardust,” and other forever-potent glam anthems of his early years to his most current recordings. He pushed the parameters of pop music with the postmodern sonics of “Sound and Vision” and the dubbed-out funk of “Let’s Dance,” but the secret treasure is tucked at the end. The writhing jazz rhythms and wounded crooning of 2014’s “Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)” show that he never stopped searching for new inventions.

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