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David Bowie - Caught In The Act download album

  • Performer: David Bowie
  • Title: Caught In The Act
  • Genre: Rock / Funk & Soul / Audio / Pop
  • Formats: AU MP2 RA AA WAV ASF WMA
  • Style: Glam
  • MP3 album: 1326 mb
  • FLAC album: 1954 mb
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David Bowie - Caught In The Act download album

Complete your David Bowie collection. According to web sources, this was released in 1982 and is the same pressing of bootleg LP Caught In The Act (also from 1982), in a different sleeve. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.

After that is a short interview (not mentioned on the cover) where Bowie talks about old bootlegs. All the copies of this album have individually etched run-out groove numbers, up to 400 copies.

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Scary Monsters" was an album caught as a flow that shifted to one reform and the next stage for David Bowie as a work in RCA. The Tom major who appeared in "Space Oddity" was digested by "Ashes To Ashes" collected to this album and was a work at time when the age that David Bowie had caught was remarkably expressed. And, he shifts to the activity with diversity indeed after announcing "Scary Monsters". This album will be able to be counted as one shape to pursue a new music character with a complete revolution in the work of David Bowie in the 80's. The activity at that time of David Bowie with diversity got into the news exactly in various respects. And, the music character of this album might exactly contain the part in the turning point for David Bowie. However, it can be taken up as an album that contains the element that derives to the idea of the album announced further.


A1 London By Ta Ta
A2 Bombers
A3 Chingaling Song
A4 How Lucky You Are
A5 Rupert The Riley
A6 Kooks
A7 Queenbitch
B1 Tired Of My Life
B2 Amsterdam
B3 Changes
B4 Looking For A Friend
B5 Who Can I Be Now
B6 Come Back My Baby


Art direction: Plastic Blohme'
Thanks to S.A. Nederland

The label is mustard coloured, without any writing.
Cover is a plain white sleeve with a printed A3 sheet folded over the back. Track B2 is silent, track B5 "Who Can I Be Now" is wrongly spelt on the cover and is apparently from the Young Americans-sessions, as is the next track titled "Come Back My Baby", which is actually "It's Gonna Be Me". After that is a short interview (not mentioned on the cover) where Bowie talks about old bootlegs.
All the copies of this album have individually etched run-out groove numbers, up to 400 copies.

The same bootleg was later issued as "London bye ta ta", with 500 copies https://www.localhost/David-Bowie-London-By-Ta-Ta/release/3069694 and after that as "Goodbye to the Brixton son", numbered edition of 100 records with a new sleeve, rubber stamp A/B on the label and a booklet. This version is not registered to Discogs yet.

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  • Matrix / Runout (xxx are individual numbers on each record): A MIM xxx/400
  • Matrix / Runout (xxx are individual numbers on each record): B MIM xxx/400

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