Out Now: David Bowie’s ‘Is It Any Wonder?’ EP on CD/Vinyl (Streaming Platforms As Well)

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Is It Any Wonder? is a six-song EP from David Bowie that was released on streaming platforms in February — but today, a limited-edition vinyl/CD version of the collection of unreleased/rare recordings from the musical innovator was released.

It’s selling quickly, however:


Featuring some unreleased and rare tracks from David Bowie that came to existence in the 1990s, Is It Any Wonder? captures a particularly intriguing portion of Bowie’s career.

One of the tracks is a special mix of “The Man Who Sold The World” from 1996:

It also includes songs like “Baby Universal,” which comes with this description from Bowie’s official online store:

‘Baby Universal’ was initially recorded by Tin Machine for Tin Machine II and was regularly performed on Bowie’s Outside Summer Festivals Tour in 1996. The version now being released as ’BABY UNIVERSAL ’97’ was originally re-recorded for the Earthling album however it was ultimately removed from the final album master, but David was very fond of this version and before the track was dropped was quoted as saying, “I thought ‘Baby Universal’ was a really good song and I don’t think it got heard. I didn’t really want that to happen to it, so I put it on this album… I think this version is very good.”

Stream the Is It Any Wonder? EP below, via Spotify:



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