Album News, Tracklist, Video — September 30, 2009 at 10:42 am

David Bowie’s ‘A Reality Tour’ coming to CD

David Bowie, 'A Reality Tour' DVD

David Bowie’s 2004 concert DVD “A Reality Tour” will be released in remastered audio form on two CDs — with three bonus tracks — early next year by Columbia/Legacy.

The 33-track A Reality Tour is set for release Jan. 26, and will feature the entire DVD tracklist — recorded in November 2003 in Dublin — plus three bonus tracks recorded elsewhere on Bowie’s Reality tour: “China Girl,” “Breaking Glass” and “Fall Dog Bombs the Moon.”

The tracklist highlights all phases for Bowie’s career, through the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and ’00s, and includes his cover of the Pixies’ “Cactus” (see video clip below),  in addition to a rare outing of “Sister Midnight,” which he co-wrote for Iggy Pop’s 1977 solo debut The Idiot, as well as “I’m Afraid of Americans,” popularized by its Trent Reznor remix and video.

See full tracklist and DVD clip after the jump…

Tracklist: David Bowie, A Reality Tour

Disc 1
1. “Rebel Rebel”
2. “New Killer Star”
3. “Reality”
4. “Fame”
5. “Cactus”
6. “Sister Midnight”
7. “Afraid”
8. “All The Young Dudes”
9. “Be My Wife”
10. “The Loneliest Guy”
11. “The Man Who Sold The World”
12. “Fantastic Voyage”
13. “Hallo Spaceboy”
14. “Sunday”
15. “Under Pressure”
16. “Life On Mars?”
17. “Battle For Britain (The Letter)”

Disc 2
1. “Ashes To Ashes”
2. “The Motel”
3. “Loving The Alien”
4. “Never Get Old”
5. “Changes”
6. “I’m Afraid Of Americans”
7. “Heroes”
8. “Bring Me The Disco King”
9. “Slip Away”
10. “Heathen (The Rays)”
11. “Five Years”
12. “Hang On To Yourself”
13. “Ziggy Stardust”
14. “Fall Dog Bombs The Moon”*
15. “Breaking Glass”*
16. “China Girl”*

*Bonus tracks

Video: David Bowie, “Cactus” from “A Reality Tour” DVD

One Comment

  1. “Essential” is inaccurate. About 15% of the songs were ones I knew / recalled, others were fillers. Another 15% were song or artists I had never heard of — and I am a devoteee of the Rock music of this period. Review the ENTIRE list bfore you decide to buy! The remainder are, indeed, from the 70’s, but far, FAR from being “essential”.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.