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Track Listing
  1. Space Oddity
  2. The Man Who Sold the World
  3. Changes
  4. Oh! You Pretty Things
  5. Life on Mars?
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  1. Space Oddity
  2. The Man Who Sold the World
  3. Changes
  4. Oh! You Pretty Things
  5. Life on Mars?
  6. Starman
  7. Ziggy Stardust
  8. Moonage Daydream
  9. The Jean Genie
  10. All the Young Dudes
  11. Drive-In Saturday
  12. Sorrow
  13. Rebel Rebel
  14. Young Americans
  15. Fame
  16. Golden Years
  17. Sound and Vision
  18. Heroes
  19. Boys Keep Swinging
  20. Fashion
  21. Ashes to Ashes
  22. Under Pressure
  23. Let's Dance
  24. China Girl
  25. Modern Love
  26. Blue Jean
  27. This is Not America
  28. Dancing in the Street
  29. Absolute Beginners
  30. Jump They Say
  31. Hallo Spaceboy
  32. Little Wonder
  33. I'm Afraid of Americans
  34. Thursday's Child
  35. Everyone Says "Hi"
  36. New Killer Star
  37. Love is Lost
  38. Where Are We Now?
  39. Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)
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Nothing Has Changed is a bit of a cheeky title for a career retrospective from an artist who is known as a chameleon, and this triple-disc compilation has other tricks up its sleeve. Chief among these is sequencing the SuperDeluxe 59-track set in reverse chronological order, so it opens with the brand-new, jazz-inflected "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" and concludes with David Bowie's debut single, "Liza Jane." On paper, this seems a bit like a stunt, but in actuality it's a sly way to revisit and recontextualize a career ...

Nothing Has Changed 2014, Legacy

UPC: 888750309723

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