David Bowie Hours Vinyl
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‘Hours...’ is the 21st studio album by British musician David Bowie released in 1999. It was the first complete album by a major artist available to download over the Internet preceding the physical release by two weeks.
A lot of the material that ended up on ‘Hours...’ was originally used in alternate versions for the video game Omikron: The Nomad Soul which also featured two characters based on Bowie as well as one on his wife Iman one on ‘Hours...’ collaborator Reeves Gabrels and one on bassist Gail Ann Dorsey.
The album cover designed by Rex Ray with photography by Tim Bret Day and Frank Ockenfels depicts the short-haired Bowie persona from the intensely energetic previous album Earthling exhausted resting in the arms of a long-haired more youthful version of Bowie. Indeed ‘Hours...’ is a much mellower album than its predecessor and features numerous references to earlier parts of Bowie’s musical career (particularly the early 1970s).
— 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
— 20-PAGE BOOKLET
— AVAILABLE ON VINYL FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. Thursday’s Child
2. Something In The Air
4. If I’m Dreaming My Life
1. Seven 2. What’s Really Happening?
3. The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
4. New Angels Of Promise
5. Brilliant Adventure 6. The Dreamers