David Bowie’s The Man Who Sold The World to be reissued as Metrobolist

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David Bowie‘s 1970 album The Man Who Sold the World is being reissued for its 50th anniversary. The album will be released under its originally planned title, Metrobolist, and has been remixed by Tony Visconti. The album will also feature artwork from Mike Weller, whose original design for the album cover was rejected by Mercury Records. Additionally, the gatefold sleeve will feature some previously unpublished photos of Bowie in the famous Keith McMillan “dress” from the 1970 cover. See it above in white and gold vinyl and CD versions. The album will be released by Parlophone on November 6.

David Bowie Metrobolist tracklist:

The Width of a Circle
All the Madmen
Black Country Rock
After All
Running Gun Blues
Saviour Machine
She Shook Me Cold
The Man Who Sold the World
The Supermen

Four David Bowie albums are featured on our list of the Top 150 Albums of the ’70s.

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