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Metrobolist (aka The Man Who Sold The World)
Released: 6th November 2020
|LP - 180g Black or Colour Randomly inserted||£22.99||Out of Stock|
|CD||£11.99||Pre-Order||Dispatched on or before Friday 6th November 2020|
Metrobolist (aka The Man Who Sold The World) comes in a 180g black vinyl edition and a 2020 limited edition of handwritten numbered copies on gold vinyl (# 1971 - 2020) and on white vinyl (# 1 - 1970) all randomly distributed. We will not be checking the colour of your record before shipping to give everyone an equal chance, so you might receive black, gold, or white vinyl.
November 2020 sees the 50th Anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s The Man Who Sold The World in North America. The album marks the beginning of a collaboration with guitarist Mick Ronson that would last through classic works including Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane—as well as the first in a 10-year series of indispensable albums stretching through 1980’s Scary Monsters…
Originally titled Metrobolist, the album's name was changed at the last minute to The Man Who Sold The World. The 2020 re-release of the album under its Metrobolist moniker has been remixed by original producer Tony Visconti, with the exception of the track ‘After All’ which Tony considered perfect as is, and is featured in its 2015 remaster incarnation.
The Metrobolist 50th anniversary artwork has been created by Mike Weller who was behind the historically controversial “dress” cover which Mercury Records refused to release.