The show was filmed live at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Bowie and Kraftwerk camps shared a mutual respect and conceptual cunning that forged a path forward for popular music.
With help from Parliament-Funkadelic bassist Bootsy Collins.
The seven-disc set collects new remasters of The Idiot and Lust For Life, studio outtakes, live recordings, and other rarities.
Ahead of Birkin’s symphonic review in New York this week.
It’s off his newest album, Free.
The collection includes a whopping 15 LPs, limited to only 1970 copies.
A new take on the opening track from the band’s latest LP, Social Cues.
Tyler, the Creator, The National, Beck, Bauhaus, Bikini Kill, and more are also on the bill.
As well as Isaac Hayes, John Prine, Chicago, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Featuring two lizard people in love.
Moz has ruined the covers of records by David Bowie, Patti Smith, Lou Reed, and Iggy Pop.