Nothing Has Changed [Bonus Tracks] Album

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About Nothing Has Changed [Bonus Tracks]

Nothing Has Changed (stylised as Nothing has changed.) is a compilation album by English musician David Bowie. It was released on 18 November 2014 through Parlophone in the United Kingdom, and Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings in the United States. It is the first album to showcase Bowie's entire career and includes a new composition, "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)", which was later re-recorded for his final album ★ (pronounced Blackstar) (2016). Nothing Has Changed is notable for including songs from Bowie's unreleased 2001 album Toy: "Your Turn to Drive", previously an internet-only single, and a previously unreleased re-recorded version of "Let Me Sleep Beside You", both of which are found on the triple CD version of the album. The album's title comes from a lyric in the song "Sunday" from Bowie's album Heathen (2002). The album was released in four formats: a triple CD version (sequenced in reverse chronological order), a double CD version (sequenced in chronological order), a double LP version, and a single CD version released exclusive to select countries. The track listed as "Fashion (single version)" is not in fact the original single edit and has been incorrectly re-edited from the remastered album version of "Fashion". The original single edit can be heard on the compilations Best of Bowie, The Platinum Collection, The Best of David Bowie 1980/1987 and Changestwobowie. Silly Boy Blue, track 18 on disc 3, is incorrectly listed as being from David Bowie (1969): it is from David Bowie (1967). 


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