David Bowie discography

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David Bowie discography
David Bowie.jpg
Bowie in 2006
Studio albums27
Live albums21
Compilation albums46
Video albums28
Music videos72
EPs10
Singles128
Soundtrack albums4
Other albums68
Box sets12

The discography of English singer-songwriter David Bowie (1947–2016) consists of 27 studio albums (including nine UK number-one albums), 21 live albums, 46 compilation albums (including two UK number-one albums), 10 extended plays (EPs), 128 singles (including five UK number-one singles), 4 soundtracks and 12 box sets. Bowie also released 28 video albums and 72 music videos.[1]

Bowie's debut release was the 1964 single "Liza Jane" by Davie Jones & the King Bees. He released two more singles in 1965 under the names of The Manish Boys and Davy Jones & the Lower Third. His first release using the name David Bowie was the 1966 single "Can't Help Thinking About Me", which was released with The Lower Third. Bowie's next single, "Do Anything You Say", also released in 1966, was the first release by simply David Bowie. Bowie released four more singles and his debut album, David Bowie, but the first success in the United Kingdom was with the 1969 single "Space Oddity". The single reached number five on the UK Singles Chart after it was released five days before the Apollo 11 moon mission.[2] In 1975 the single was re-released: it became the first of Bowie's number one singles on the UK Singles Chart.

Bowie released three more albums – David Bowie (1969), The Man Who Sold the World (1970) and Hunky Dory (1971) – before he eventually made it on to the UK Albums Chart with The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), which peaked at number five. Following the success of Ziggy Stardust, sales of Hunky Dory improved and it eventually peaked at number three in the UK in 1973. RCA re-released the 1969 David Bowie under the title Space Oddity (with an updated Ziggy Stardust-era photo) and The Man Who Sold the World, which reached numbers 17 and 26 in the UK respectively (but the last one reached number 21 after Bowie's death in 2016). Bowie released nine more studio albums with RCA, all of which reached the top five of the UK Albums Chart, of which Aladdin Sane (1973), Pin Ups (1973), Diamond Dogs (1974) and Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (1980) reached the number one position. His 1975 RCA album "Young Americans" included his first #1 US single "Fame",[3] which was co-written by John Lennon — who also performed on the album — and Carlos Alomar. He then released three solo studio albums with EMI – Let's Dance (1983), whose title track became his first single to reach number one in both the United Kingdom and the United States, Tonight (1984) and Never Let Me Down (1987). Let's Dance and Tonight reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, while Never Let Me Down reached number six. The success of Let's Dance revitalized Bowie's back catalogue: throughout the summer of 1983, he had multiple albums on the UK Albums Chart. This peaked on 16 July that year, with ten entries – a figure bettered only by Elvis Presley.[4]

In 1989, Bowie created the rock group Tin Machine, who released a self-titled album with EMI. Although Tin Machine reached number three on the UK Albums Chart, it did not sell well and Bowie and EMI did not renew their contract.[5] Tin Machine II followed in 1991 on London Records and, only reaching number 23 in the UK, was Bowie's worst-charting album since the 1973 re-release of The Man Who Sold the World. Continuing as a solo artist, Bowie's next album, Black Tie White Noise (1993), reached the number one position on the UK Albums Chart. Bowie released a further seven studio albums, all of which have reached the top ten in the UK. Released after a ten-year hiatus, The Next Day (2013) was Bowie's first UK chart-topping album since Black Tie White Noise (1993). Bowie released his final album, Blackstar on 8 January 2016, his 69th birthday and two days before his death on 10 January. The album debuted at number one in the UK and became Bowie's first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 in the US.[6]

As of January 2016, Bowie has sold 12,090,000 singles in Britain.[7] In a period of 24 months since his death 5 million records were sold in UK, 3,1 milllion singles and 2 million albums.[8]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK
[2][9]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11][12]
GER
[13]
NL
[14]
NOR
[15][16]
NZ
[17]
SWE
[18][19]
SWI
[20]
US
[21][22]
David Bowie 125
[B]
David Bowie[C] 17
[D]
21 66 16
[D]
The Man Who Sold the World
  • Released: 4 November 1970
  • Label: Mercury
  • Formats: LP
21
[E]
44 48 105
[E]
Hunky Dory
  • Released: 17 December 1971
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
3
[F]
39 52 23 30 16 32 57
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
  • Released: 16 June 1972
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
5 11 34 95 61 17 20 19 21 21
Aladdin Sane
  • Released: 13 April 1973
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
1 7 4 11 17
Pin Ups
  • Released: 19 October 1973
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
1 4 6 8 23
Diamond Dogs
  • Released: 24 May 1974
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
1 3 40 8 5
Young Americans
  • Released: 7 March 1975
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
2 9 13 3 92 9
Station to Station
  • Released: 23 January 1976
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
5 8 47 91 3 8 9 11 65 3
Low
  • Released: 14 January 1977
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
2 10 16 84 6 10 12 12 40 11
"Heroes"
  • Released: 14 October 1977
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
3 6 19 44 3 13 15 13 34 35
Lodger
  • Released: 18 May 1979
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
4 11 13 5 11 3 9 20
Scary Monsters.....and Super Creeps
  • Released: 12 September 1980
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
1 1 20 8
[37]
3 3 1 4 75 12
Let's Dance
  • Released: 14 April 1983
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: LP
1 1 2 2
[39]
1 1 1 1 17 4
Tonight
  • Released: 1 September 1984
  • Label: EMI America
  • Formats: LP
1 4 8 8
[42]
1 3 4 4 8 11
Never Let Me Down
  • Released: 27 April 1987
  • Label: EMI America
  • Formats: LP, CD
6 19 3 11
[43]
9 3 14 2 18 34
Black Tie White Noise
  • Released: 5 April 1993
  • Label: Arista, BMG
  • Formats: LP, CD
1 12 18 15 8 8 8 18 18 39
1. Outside
  • Released: 26 September 1995
  • Label: Arista
  • Formats: LP, CD
8 55 22 33 38 15 37 13 22 21
Earthling
  • Released: 3 February 1997
  • Label: Arista
  • Formats: LP, CD
6 45 15 11 19 13 15 5 20 39
'hours...'
  • Released: 4 October 1999
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: LP, CD, 2×CD, DD
5 33 2 4 31 4 21 2 18 47
Heathen
  • Released: 11 June 2002
  • Label: ISO/Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, 2×CD, SACD, DD
5 9 4 4 19 2 22 6 7 14
Reality
  • Released: 16 September 2003
  • Label: ISO/Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, 2×CD, DualDisc, DD
3 13 3 3 14 2 14 5 5 29
The Next Day
  • Released: 8 March 2013
  • Label: ISO/Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
(Blackstar)
  • Released: 8 January 2016
  • Label: ISO/Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Notes

  1. ^ David Bowie (1967) was released in the USA in August.[23]
  2. ^ David Bowie (1967) chart position for the 2010 deluxe edition re-release.[24]
  3. ^ David Bowie (1969) was the original name for the album in the UK, while in the USA it was released a few months later as Man of Words / Man of Music (1969). Following the success of Ziggy Stardust the album was rereleased worldwide as Space Oddity, after Bowie's well known song of the same name that opened the album. In 2009, a worldwide release returned the original name to the album.[25]
  4. ^ a b Chart positions for the 1972 re-releases of David Bowie as Space Oddity following the success of Ziggy Stardust.
  5. ^ a b Chart positions for the 1972 re-releases of The Man Who Sold the World following the success of Ziggy Stardust.
  6. ^ Hunky Dory did not enter the charts until September 1972, following the success of Ziggy Stardust.[27][28]

Live albums[edit]

Official releases[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications-
UK
[2][9]
AUS
[10]
NL
[14]
NOR
[15]
NZ
[17]
SWE
[18]
SWI
[20]
US
[21][22]
David Live
  • Released: 29 October 1974
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 2×LP
2 9 89 12 8
Stage
  • Released: 8 September 1978
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 2xLP
5 11 2 18 1 29 44
Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture (aka Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: The Motion Picture Soundtrack [2003 onwards]) 17 67 39 42 89
liveandwell.com[A]
  • Released: November 1999
  • Label: Risky Folio
  • Formats: CD
x x x x x x x x
Glass Spider
  • Broadcast: late '87 / early '89
  • Released: June 2007
  • Label: Immortal
  • Formats: CD, DD
  • Film: Glass Spider
Live Santa Monica '72
  • Broadcast: 20 October 1972
  • Released: 30 June 2008
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
61 81 40
A Reality Tour
  • Released: 25 January 2010
  • Label: ISO/Columbia/Legacy
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
  • Film: A Reality Tour
53 91
[62]
57 56 39
Posthumous
Live Nassau Coliseum '76
  • Broadcast: 23 March 1976
  • Released: 10 February 2017
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: CD, LP, DD
Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)
  • Released: 16 June 2017
  • Label: Rhino/Parlophone
  • Formats: CD,[63] LP, DD[64]
20
Live In Berlin (1978)
  • Released: 2 March 2018
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: LP
x x x x x x x x
Welcome to the Blackout (Live London '78)
  • Released: 21 April 2018
  • Label: Rhino/Parlophone
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
  • Film: Untitled (Unreleased)
16 75
Serious Moonlight (Live '83)
  • Released: 12 October 2018
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: CD, LP, DD
  • Film: Serious Moonlight
Glastonbury 2000
  • Broadcast (partial): 25 June 2000
  • Released: 30 November 2018
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 2×CD, 3xLP, DD
  • Film: Glastonbury 2000
25
Ouvre le Chien (Live Dallas 95)
  • Released: 3 July 2020
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: DD, streaming
Something in the Air (Live Paris 99)
  • Released: 14 August 2020
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: DD, streaming
I'm Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74)
  • Released: 29 August 2020
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 2xLP, 2xCD (Record Store Day Ltd. Ed.)
18 104
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ The liveandwell.com album was a limited edition live release not available commercially but via subscribing to BowieNet.[61]

TV & radio[edit]

List of live TV & radio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK
[2][9]
US
[65]
Bowie at the Beeb
  • Released: 26 September 2000
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: LP, CD
7 181
VH1 Storytellers
  • Released: 6 July 2009
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, DD
114
[66]
-
ChangesNowBowie
  • Released: 29 August 2020
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: LP, DD
17 88
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Compilation albums[edit]

1970s compilations[edit]

List of 1970s compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK

[2][9]

AUS

[67]

NZ

[17]

SWE

[18]

US

[21][22]

The World of David Bowie[A]
  • Released: March 1970
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
Images 1966–1967[B]
  • Released: February 1973
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: 2×LP
144
Best Deluxe
  • Released: October 1973
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 2×LP
In the Beginning Vol.2
  • Released: 1973
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Changesonebowie
  • Released: 21 May 1976
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
2 8 8 14 10
Starting Point
  • Released: 1977
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Rock Concert
  • Released: July 1979
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
Chameleon
  • Released: 1979
  • Label: Stavcall
  • Formats: LP
22 1
La Grande Storia Del Rock
  • Released: 1979
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Profile
  • Released: 1979
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  1. ^ The World of David Bowie was released as Disco de Ouro in Brazil and Bowie in Japan.[68]
  2. ^ Images 1966–1967 was released as David Bowie Mille-Pattes Series in France, David Bowie in Belgium and Argentina, 20 Bowie Classics in Australia, and reissued in France as Collection Blanche in 1978.[68]

1980s compilations[edit]

List of 1980s compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK

[2][9]

AUS

[67]

AUT

[11][12]

NL

[14]

NOR

[15]

NZ

[17]

SWE

[18]

US

[21][22]

The Best of Bowie
  • Released: 15 December 1980
  • Label: K-tel
  • Formats: LP
3 32 12 4 21 11 25
Another Face[A]
  • Released: May 1981
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
Changestwobowie
  • Released: November 1981
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
24 53 28 35 68
Fashions
  • Released: November 1982
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 7" Box set
Bowie Rare
  • Released: December 1982
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
34 47 27 11 10 5
Superstar
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Golden Years
  • Released: August 1983
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP, CD
33 25 17 33 99
A Second Face
  • Released: August 1983
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Prime Cuts
  • Released: August 1983
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: Cassette
Die Weisse Serie: Extra Ausgabe
  • Released: 1983
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
Love You till Tuesday
  • Released: May 1984
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: LP
53
Fame and Fashion
  • Released: May 1984
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP, CD
40 19 147
David Bowie: The Collection
Starman
  • Released: 1989
  • Label: Мелодия
  • Formats: LP
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  1. ^ Another Face was released as Historia de la Musica Rock in Spain, Die Weisse Serie in Germany, 30 Años de Musica Rock in Mexico, and reissued in Spain as Gigantes del Pop Volume 28 in 1982.[68]

1990s compilations[edit]

List of 1990s compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK

[2][9]

AUS

[67]

AUT

[11][12]

GER

[70]

NL

[14]

NOR

[15]

NZ

[17]

SWE

[18]

SWI

[20]

US

[21][22]

Changesbowie
  • Released: 20 March 1990
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: 2×LP, CD
1 6 5 7 6 16 2 14 18 39
Rock Reflections
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: CD
David Bowie
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: CD
Early On (1964–1966)
  • Released: 1991
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: LP, CD
The Singles Collection
  • Released: 16 November 1993
  • Label: Rykodisc, EMI
  • Formats: 2×CD
9 49 37 64 5 4 38
The Gospel According to David Bowie
  • Released: 1993
  • Label: Spectrum, Karussell
  • Formats: CD
Rarestonebowie
  • Released: May 1995
  • Label: Trident Music International, Golden Years
  • Formats: CD, Vinyl
111
London Boy[A]
  • Released: 1996
  • Label: Spectrum
  • Formats: CD
The Deram Anthology 1966–1968
  • Released: 9 June 1997
  • Label: Deram
  • Formats: CD
The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974
  • Released: 7 October 1997
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
11 14 81 14 58
The Best of David Bowie 1974/1979
  • Released: 20 April 1998
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
39 49 38
Rarest Series
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Rarest
  • Formats: CD
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  1. ^ London Boy was released as The Laughing Gnome in Germany.[68]

2000s compilations[edit]

List of 2000s compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK

[2][9]

AUS

[67]

AUT

[11][12]

GER

[70]

NL

[14]

NOR

[15]

NZ

[17]

SWE

[18]

SWI

[20]

US

[21][22]

Bowie at the Beeb
  • Released: 26 September 2000
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: 2×CD, 3×CD
7 69 56 22 37 88 181
All Saints
  • Released: 9 July 2001
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
109
Best of Bowie
  • Released: 22 October 2002
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, 2×CD, 2×DVD
1 6 12 16 19 10 6 9 15 4
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[71]
  • BPI: 4× Platinum[73]
  • IFPI EUR: 2× Platinum[74]
  • IFPI FIN: Gold[41]
  • MC: Gold[35]
  • RIAA: Platinum[32]
  • RMNZ: 3× Platinum[75]
Club Bowie
  • Released: 2 December 2003
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: CD
Musical Storyland
The Collection
  • Released: 3 May 2005
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
The Best of David Bowie 1980/1987
  • Released: 19 March 2007
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, DVD
34 30 44 98 16
iSelect
  • Released: 29 June 2008
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

2010s compilations[edit]

List of 2010s compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK

[2][9]

AUS

[67]

AUT

[11][12]

GER

[70]

NL

[14]

NZ

[17]

SWI

[20]

US

[21][22]

Nothing Has Changed
  • Released: 18 November 2014
  • Label: Columbia, Parlophone
  • Formats: 3×CD, 2×CD, 2×LP, DD
5 3 4 4 6 1 5 57
Posthumous
Bowie Legacy
  • Released: 11 November 2016
  • Label: Parlophone, Sony
  • Formats: 2×CD, DD
5 31 59 68 78
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Box sets[edit]

List of box sets, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[2][9]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11][12]
GER
[13]
NL
[14]
NZ
[17]
SWE
[18]
US
[21][22]
Sound + Vision
  • Released: 19 September 1989
  • Label: Rykodisc
  • Formats: 6×LP, 3×cassette, 3×CD,
    VCD, 4×CD
63
[A]
72 9 97
The Platinum Collection
  • Released: 7 November 2005
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: 3×CD
53 25 26 65
David Bowie
Zeit! 77–79
  • Released: 6 May 2013
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: 5×CD
Five Years (1969–1973)
  • Released: 25 September 2015
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 12×CD, 13×LP, DD
45 63 68
Posthumous
Who Can I Be Now? (1974–1976)
  • Released: 23 September 2016
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 12×CD, 13×LP, DD
21 75 28 80 192
A New Career in a New Town (1977–1982)
  • Released: 29 September 2017
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 11×CD, 13×LP, DD
19 59 24 76 151
[78]
Loving the Alien (1983–1988)[79]
  • Released: 12 October 2018
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 11×CD, 15×LP, DD
19 48 18
Spying Through a Keyhole
  • Released: 5 April 2019
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 4×7", DD
55
Clareville Grove Demos
  • Released: 17 May 2019
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 3×7", DD
The 'Mercury' Demos
  • Released: 28 June 2019
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: LP+Photos+Notes, DD
Conversation Piece
  • Released: 15 November 2019
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: 5xCD, DD
127
[B]
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  1. ^ UK chart position for Sound + Vision is for the 2014 reissue.
  2. ^ Conversation Piece did not chart in the Netherlands, but did in Wallonia.[80]

Soundtracks[edit]

List of soundtracks, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK
[9]
AUT
[11]
Christiane F.
  • Released: April 1981
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP
3
Labyrinth
(with Trevor Jones)
  • Released: 23 June 1986
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: LP
38
[81]
The Buddha of Suburbia
  • Released: 8 November 1993
  • Label: Arista
  • Formats: LP, CD
87
[82]
Posthumous
Lazarus
(with Lazarus New York Cast)
  • Released: 21 October 2016
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
10 57
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Extended plays[edit]

List of EPs, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK
Singles
[2][9]
UK
Albums
[21][22]
US Billboard 200
Don't Be Fooled By the Name[A]
  • Released: September 1981
  • Label: Pye, Showcase, Tabak
  • Formats: 10", 12", 3×7", 3×10"
157
David Bowie in Bertolt Brecht's Baal
  • Released: 13 February 1982
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 7", 12"
29
The Mannish Boys/Davy Jones and
the Lower Third
  • Released: October 1982
  • Label: See For Miles
  • Formats: 10"
BBC Sessions 1969–1972
  • Released: July 1996
  • Label: NMC Music
  • Formats: CD
Earthling in the City
  • Released: November 1997
  • Label: GQ Magazine
  • Formats: Promo CD
Live EP (Live at Fashion Rocks)
(with Arcade Fire)
  • Released: November 2005
  • Formats: DD
Space Oddity
  • Released: 20 July 2009
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: DD
The Next Day Extra
  • Released: 4 November 2013
  • Label: ISO/Columbia
  • Formats: DD
89
Posthumous
No Plan
  • Released: 8 January 2017
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
92[87] 131[88]
Is It Any Wonder?
  • Released: 14 February 2020 (digital)
    20 March 2020 (physical)[89]
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Formats: LP, CD, DD
10
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  1. ^ Don't Be Fooled By the Name was released as London Boys in Spain and Early Bowie in Italy; reissued as David Bowie in Spain in 1985; and reissued in the UK as Rare Tracks in 1986, 1966 in 1987, Introspective in 1990 and I Dig Everything: The 1966 Pye Singles in 1999.[68][83][84][85] In 2015 it was reissued as 1966 for Record Store Day 2015, when it entered the charts in UK.[86]

Singles[edit]

1960s singles[edit]

List of 1960s singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[2]
IRE
[90]
NL
[14]
US
[91]
"Liza Jane"
(as Davie Jones with the King Bees)
1964 x x x non-album single
"I Pity the Fool"
(as The Manish Boys)
1965 x x x
"You've Got a Habit of Leaving"
(as Davy Jones with The Lower Third)
x x x
"Can't Help Thinking About Me"
(as David Bowie with The Lower Third)
1966 x x
"Do Anything You Say" x x x
"I Dig Everything" x x x
"Rubber Band" (single version)[A] x x
"The Laughing Gnome" 1967
[B]
x x
"Love You till Tuesday" (single version) x
"Space Oddity" 1969 5
[C]
13 4 124
[D]
David Bowie (1969)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ "Rubber Band" was issued in the USA in June 1967. However, the A-side featured the album version of the track rather than the non-album track of the UK version.[92]
  2. ^ "The Laughing Gnome" did not chart in 1967, it was re-released and entered the charts in 1973.
  3. ^ "Space Oddity" was re-released worldwide in 1975, reaching No. 1 in the UK.
  4. ^ "Space Oddity" was originally released in the US in 1969 but did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 124 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart.[93] It was re-released for the first time in the US in 1973, peaking at No. 15.

1970s singles[edit]

List of 1970s singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
UK
[2]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11]
GER
[94]
IRE
[90]
NL
[14]
US
[91]
"The Prettiest Star" (single version) 1970 x x x x non-album single
"Memory of a Free Festival Part 1" x x x x x
"Holy Holy" (original single version) 1971 x x x x
"All the Madmen" x x x x x x The Man Who Sold the World
"Moonage Daydream" (Arnold Corns version)
(as part of Arnold Corns)
x x x x x x non-album single
"Changes" 1972
[A]

[B]
66
[C]
Hunky Dory
"Starman" 10 37 55 17 65 Ziggy Stardust
"Hang on to Yourself" (Arnold Corns version)
(as part of Arnold Corns) (unofficial retrospective release)
x x x x x x non-album single
"John, I'm Only Dancing" (original version) 12 x 19 x
"The Jean Genie" 2 42 37 3 5 71 Aladdin Sane
"Space Oddity" (official retrospective release) 1973 x 9 x x x 15 David Bowie (1969)
"Drive-In Saturday (Seattle – Phoenix)" 3 x x 4 x Aladdin Sane
"Time" x x x x x x
"Life on Mars?" (official retrospective release) 3 67 39 4 95 x Hunky Dory
"Let's Spend the Night Together" x 19 109 Aladdin Sane
"The Laughing Gnome" (unofficial retrospective release) 6 57 5 non-album single
"Sorrow" 3 1 39 2 29 Pin Ups
"Rebel Rebel" 1974 5 28 33 2 8 64 Diamond Dogs
"Rock 'n' Roll Suicide" (official retrospective release) 22 x x 12 x x Ziggy Stardust
"Diamond Dogs" 21 66 27 x x Diamond Dogs
"1984" x x x x x x
"Knock on Wood" (Live) 10 49 4 x David Live [z]
"Rock 'n' Roll with Me" (Live) x x x x x x
"Young Americans" 1975 18 27 13 28 Young Americans
"Fame" 17 6 1
"Space Oddity" (official retrospective release) 1 x x x x 4 x David Bowie (1969)
"Golden Years" 8 34 9 6 10 Station to Station
"TVC 15" 1976 33 64
"Suffragette City" (official retrospective) x x x x Ziggy Stardust
"Stay" x x x x x x Station to Station
"Sound and Vision" 1977 3 74 15 6 2 69 Low
"Be My Wife"
"'Heroes'"[D] 24 11 14 19 8 9 "Heroes"
"Beauty and the Beast" 1978 39
"Breaking Glass" (Live) 54 x x x x x Stage
"Boys Keep Swinging" 1979 7 85 19 16 x Lodger
"D.J." 29 98 x 106
"Yassassin"
x x x x x x
"Look Back in Anger" x x x x x x
"Revolutionary Song"
(as The Rebels)
x x x x x x x Just a Gigolo soundtrack
"John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)" 12 29 non-album single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ "Changes" did not chart in 1972 in UK, but following Bowie's death in 2016 the song entered these charts peaking at No. 49.
  2. ^ "Changes" did not chart in 1972 in Australia, but following Bowie's death in 2016 the song entered these charts peaking at No. 80.
  3. ^ "Changes" was released in the USA in December 1971. While the single peaked at No. 66 in 1972, it re-entered the chart in 1974, peaking at No. 41.
  4. ^ "'Heroes'" was also recorded in German and French language versions. The single version worldwide was an edited cut of the album version, but was released in both Germany and France in two formats: in the original English and in the respective languages. In Germany, the German language version appeared as a single titled "'Helden'"; while in France the French language version was still titled "'Heroes'" but had 'Chanté en Français' on the cover.

1980s singles[edit]

List of 1980s singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
UK
[2]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11]
GER
[94]
IRE
[90]
NL
[14]
US Hot 100
[91]
US Main.
Rock

[91][95]
"Alabama Song" 1980 23 x x non-album single
"Crystal Japan"[A] x x x x x x x x
"Ashes to Ashes" 1 3 6 9 4 15 101
[B]
Scary Monsters
"Fashion" 5 27 34 11 70
"It's No Game (Part 1)"[C] x x x x x x x x
"Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)" 1981 20 17 x x
"Up the Hill Backwards" 32 x x x x
"Under Pressure"
(with Queen)
1 6 10 21 2 1 29 7
  • UK: 764, 140[7]
Hot Space
"Wild Is the Wind" 24 15 x x x Station to Station
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)"
(as David Bowie and Giorgio Moroder)
1982 26 15 17 67 9 Cat People soundtrack
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy"
(as David Bowie and Bing Crosby)
3 53 6 non-album single
"Let's Dance" 1983 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 8 Let's Dance
"China Girl" 2 15 9 6 2 5 10 3
"Modern Love" 2 6 27 3 10 14 6
"White Light/White Heat" (live)
(official retrospective release)
46 Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture
"Without You" x x x x 73 Let's Dance
"Blue Jean" 1984 6 12 16 21 3 10 8 2 Tonight
"Tonight"
(with Tina Turner – uncredited)
53 70 22 24 45 53 32
"This Is Not America"
(as David Bowie / Pat Metheny Group)
1985 14 33 5 5 9 2 32 7 The Falcon and the Snowman soundtrack
"Loving the Alien" 19 65 27 5 25 Tonight
"Dancing in the Street" (Clearmountain mix)
(by David Bowie and Mick Jagger)
1 1 6 6 1 1 7 non-album single
"Absolute Beginners" 1986 2 5 2 7 1 8 53 9 Absolute Beginners soundtrack
"Underground" 21 26 20 6 7 18 Labyrinth soundtrack
"When the Wind Blows" 44 19 50 When the Wind Blows soundtrack
"Magic Dance" 1987 x x x x x x Labyrinth soundtrack
"Day-In Day-Out" 17 33 25 25 12 15 21 3 Never Let Me Down
"Time Will Crawl" 33 57 18 71 7
"Never Let Me Down" 34 63 26 70 27 15
"Tonight" (Live)
(as Tina Turner duet with David Bowie)
1988 Tina Live in Europe
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ "Crystal Japan" was a Japanese only single.
  2. ^ "Ashes to Ashes" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at No. 101 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart.[93]
  3. ^ "It's No Game (Part 1)" was a Japanese only single.

1990s singles[edit]

List of 1990s singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[2]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11]
GER
[94]
IRE
[90]
NL
[14]
NOR
[15]
SWE
[18]
SWI
[20]
US Hot 100
[91]
US Mod.
Rock

[91][95]
"Fame '90" 1990 28 85 36 11 16 29 non-album single
"Real Cool World" 1992 53 83 27 26 11 Songs from the Cool World
"Jump They Say" 1993 9 53 43 12 24 7 23 40 4 Black Tie White Noise
"Black Tie White Noise"
(with Al B. Sure!)
36 74
"Miracle Goodnight" 40
"The Buddha of Suburbia"
(with Lenny Kravitz)
35 The Buddha of Suburbia
"Ziggy Stardust (Live)" 1994 76 86 non-album single
"The Hearts Filthy Lesson" 1995 35 34 92 20 Outside
"Strangers When We Meet /
The Man Who Sold the World (Live)"
39 56
"Hallo Spaceboy"
(with Pet Shop Boys)
1996 12 36 37 59 21 33 12
"Telling Lies" 76 53 Earthling
"Little Wonder" 1997 14 94 27 50
"Dead Man Walking" 32 120
"Seven Years in Tibet" 61
"Pallas Athena"
(as Tao Jones Index)
non-album single
"I'm Afraid of Americans" 66 29 Earthling
"Perfect Day"
(with various artists for Children in Need)
1 24 54 1 6 1 31 37 non-album single
"I Can't Read" 73 The Ice Storm
"Without You I'm Nothing"
(with Placebo)
1999 52 Without You I'm Nothing
"Thursday's Child" 16 62 81 48 Hours
"The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell"
"Under Pressure (Rah Mix)"
(with Queen)
14 21 Greatest Hits III
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

2000s singles[edit]

List of 2000s singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[2]
AUT
[11]
GER
[94]
NL
[14]
SWI
[20]
"Survive" 2000 28 Hours
"Seven" 32 97
"Slow Burn" 2002 94 69 69 80 Heathen
"Everyone Says 'Hi'" 20 83
"I've Been Waiting for You"
"New Killer Star" 2003 Reality
"Never Get Old" 2004
"Rebel Never Gets Old" 47 non-album single
"Arnold Layne"
(with David Gilmour)
2006 19
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

2010s singles[edit]

List of 2010s singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[98]
AUS
[10]
AUT
[11]
FRA
[99]
GER
[94]
IRE
[90]
NL
[14]
SWI
[20]
US
[91]
"Where Are We Now?" 2013 6 78 40 9 47 9 7 52 116 The Next Day
"The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" 102 89 88
"The Next Day" 179
"Valentine's Day" 179
"Love Is Lost" (Hello Steve Reich mix
by James Murphy for the DFA)
192 The Next Day Extra
"Sound and Vision 2013" 148 non-album single
"'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore" 2014 107 68
"Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" 81 52 83 54 Nothing Has Changed
"Kingdom Come"[A] 2015 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
"★ (Blackstar)" 61 69 45 97 62 44 20 78
"Lazarus" 45 72 38 35 77 48 32 16 40
Posthumous
"I Can't Give Everything Away" 2016 141 142 45
"Life on Mars? (2016 Mix)" Legacy
"No Plan" 2017 92 58 Lazarus / No Plan
"Let's Dance (Demo)" 2018 non-album single
"Under Pressure" (Queen & David Bowie) 143 Bohemian Rhapsody: The Original Soundtrack
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Notes

  1. ^ "Kingdom Come" was released as a Double-A side single, with Tom Verlaine's version on one side and Bowie's on the other, released for Record Store Day.[100]

Other appearances[edit]

Studio contributions[edit]

Title Year Album Notes Ref.
"Revolutionary Song" 1979 Just a Gigolo soundtrack as a part of The Rebels [101]
"Absolute Beginners", "That's Motivation", "Volare" 1986 Absolute Beginners soundtrack [102]
"When the Wind Blows" When the Wind Blows soundtrack [103]
"Real Cool World" 1992 Songs from the Cool World [104]
"Planet of Dreams" 1997 Long Live Tibet with Gail Ann Dorsey [105]
"I Can't Read" The Ice Storm soundtrack David Bowie solo version [106]
"A Foggy Day (In London Town)" 1998 Red Hot + Rhapsody: The Gershwin Groove with Angelo Badalamenti
"Nature Boy" 2001 Moulin Rouge! Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film David Bowie and Massive Attack [104]
"Pictures of Lily" Substitute: The Songs of The Who The Who cover [107]
"Your Turn to Drive" 2003 N/A digital download [108]
"Changes" 2004 Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack Butterfly Boucher featuring David Bowie [109]
"(She Can) Do That" 2005 Stealth soundtrack David Bowie and BT [110]
"American Landfill" 2020 Kate's Not Here: The Turning (2020 film) soundtrack Kristeen Young featuring David Bowie [111]

Live contributions[edit]

Title Year Album Notes Ref.
"Hallo Spaceboy" 1997 Phoenix: The Album Recorded live at the Phoenix Festival on 18 July 1996 [112]
"Dead Man Walking" Live from 6A: Late Night with Conan O'Brien Live version performed on Late Night with Conan O'Brien [113]
"'Heroes'" The Bridge School Concerts Vol.1 A live version recorded for the Bridge School Benefit in Mountain View, California [114]
"Dead Man Walking" 1998 99X Live X IV "Home" Live version recorded at Smith's Olde Bar in Atlanta in April 1997. Bowie also designed the CD cover.[115] [116]
"Dead Man Walking" WBCN Naked Too (A Companion Collection of Unreleased Performances) Live version recorded at Fort Apache Studios in Boston in April 1997 [116]
"Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)" 1999 SNL25 Saturday Night Live: The Musical Performances Volume 1 Live version performed on 8 February 1997 episode of Saturday Night Live [117]
"China Girl" 2000 VH1 Storytellers Live version recorded for VH1's Storytellers [118]
"America", ""Heroes"" 2001 The Concert for New York City Recorded live at The Concert for New York City on 20 October 2001 [119]
"Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)" 2005 ONXRT: Live from the Archives Volume 8 [120]

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Album Notes Ref.
All the Young Dudes 1972 Mott the Hoople Producer, saxophone, writer ("All the Young Dudes") [121]
Transformer Lou Reed Co-producer, backing vocals, acoustic guitar [122]
Raw Power 1973 Iggy & the Stooges Co-producer with Iggy Pop, Mixing [123]
Now We Are Six 1974 Steeleye Span Saxophone ("To Know Him Is to Love Him") [124]-
Slaughter on 10th Avenue Mick Ronson Co-writer ("Growing Up and I'm Fine", "Music Is Lethal", "Hey Ma Get Papa") [125]
Weren't Born a Man Dana Gillespie Co-producer ("Andy Warhol", "Backed a Loser", "Mother, Don't Be Frightened") [126]
The Idiot 1977 Iggy Pop Producer, co-writer, backing vocals, guitar, synthesizer, keyboards, saxophone, drum machine [127]
Lust for Life Co-producer, piano, organ, keyboards, backing vocals, co-writer ("Lust for Life", "Some Weird Sin", "Tonight", "Success", "Turn Blue", "Neighborhood Threat", "Fall in Love with Me") [128]
TV Eye Live 1977 1978 Co-producer, mixing, piano ("T.V. Eye", "Funtime", "Dirt", "I Wanna Be Your Dog"), co-writer ("Funtime", "Lust for Life", "Nightclubbing") [129]
[130]
David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf Eugene Ormandy / Philadelphia Orchestra Narrator [131]
New York - London - Paris - Munich 1979 M Occasional handclaps
Soldier 1980 Iggy Pop Co-writer & additional vocals ("Play It Safe") [132]
Cat People 1982 Giorgio Moroder Guest vocals on "The Myth"
Hot Space 1982 Queen Co-wrote and Sang on Under Pressure
Blah-Blah-Blah 1986 Iggy Pop Co-producer, mixing, co-writer ("Baby, It Can't Fall", "Shades", "Isolation", "Blah-Blah-Blah", "Hideaway", "Little Miss Emperor") [133]
Tina Live in Europe 1988 Tina Turner Guest vocals ("Tonight", "Let's Dance") [134]
Young Lions 1990 Adrian Belew Guest vocals ("Pretty Pink Rose", "Gunman"), writer ("Pretty Pink Rose"), co-writer ("Gunman") [135]
Heaven and Hull 1994 Mick Ronson Guest vocals ("Like a Rolling Stone") [136]
The Sacred Squall of Now 1995 Reeves Gabrels Vocals and guitar ("You've Been Around", "The King of Stamford Hill") [137]
[138]
People From Bad Homes Ava Cherry & the Astronettes Producer, backing vocals, writer ("I Am Divine", "I Am Laser", "People from Bad Homes", "Things to Do") [139]
Another Crazy Cocktail Party 1997 Various artists Co-writer ("Pancho") [140]
[141]
Saturnzreturn 1998 Goldie Guest vocals ("Truth") [142]
All the Young Dudes (box set) Mott the Hoople Demo vocals ("All the Young Dudes") [143]
All the Way from Stockholm to Philadelphia: Live 71/72 Guest vocals ("All the Young Dudes") [144]
Ulysses (Della Notte) 1999 Reeves Gabrels Guest vocals ("Jewel") [145]
¡Viva Nueva! 2001 Rustic Overtones Guest vocals ("Sector Z", "Man Without a Mouth") [146]
Training Day P. Diddy & The Bad Boy Family Guest vocals ("American Dream" [147]
The Raven 2003 Lou Reed Guest vocals ("Hop Frog") [148]
Breasticles Kristeen Young Guest vocals ("Saviour") [148]
Zig Zag Earl Slick Guests vocals and co-writer ("Isn't It Evening (The Revolutionary)") [149]
No Balance Palace 2005 Kashmir Guest vocals ("The Cynic") [149]
Return to Cookie Mountain 2006 TV on the Radio Backing vocals ("Province") [150]
Anywhere I Lay My Head 2008 Scarlett Johansson Backing vocals ("Falling Down", "Fannin Street") [151]
Reflektor 2013 Arcade Fire Backing vocals ("Reflektor") [152]

Remixes and alternate versions[edit]

Title Year Album Notes Ref.
"The Supermen" 1972 Glastonbury Fayre alternate version
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" 1982 Cat People re-recorded for Let's Dance
"I'm Afraid of Americans" 1995 Showgirls early mix
"A Small Plot of Land" 1996 Basqiat alternate mix [153]
"I'm Deranged", "I'm Deranged (Reprise)" 1997 Lost Highway edited
"Little Wonder" The Saint Danny Saber Dance Mix
"Something in the Air" 2000 American Psycho American Psycho Remix
"Candidate" 2001 Intimacy[154] remix [155]
"Rebel Rebel" 2003 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle re-recorded version
"Bring Me the Disco King" Underworld Danny Lohner Mix
"All the Madmen" (Live Intro/Original LP Version) 2004 Mayor of the Sunset Strip [156]
"Fame" 2005 Hip Hop Roots extended edit by Jazzy Jay [157]

Music videos and films[edit]

This section gives an overview of music video singles, music video films and compilations, live music films and music documentaries. See the David Bowie filmography for Bowie's acting roles in films and TV series.

Music videos[edit]

This subsection and 'Posthumous music video singles' lists music videos that were prepared to accompany single releases. See the subsection titled 'Music video films' for projects where music videos were originally conceived as films (a single video in a wider filmic setting or collection of music videos produced as a single project, or an amalgam of both); and the subsection titles 'Music video compilations' for audio-visual releases that were compiled from video music singles for later release.

Title Year Director(s)[158]
"John, I'm Only Dancing" (unbroadcast)[A] 1972 Mick Rock[159][160][161][162]
"The Jean Genie"
"Space Oddity" (official retrospective release (USA))[B]
"Life on Mars?" (official retrospective release (UK))[C] 1973
"Be My Wife" 1977 Stanley Dorfman[163]
"'Heroes'"[D] Nick Ferguson[166]
"Boys Keep Swinging" 1979 David Mallet
"DJ"
"Look Back in Anger"
"Ashes to Ashes" 1980 David Bowie and David Mallet
"Fashion" David Mallet[167][168]
"Under Pressure"
(as Queen and David Bowie)
1981
"Wild Is the Wind"
"The Drowned Girl" 1982
"Let's Dance" 1983 David Mallet
"China Girl"
"Modern Love" Jim Yukich
"Blue Jean" 1984 Julien Temple
"This Is Not America"
(as David Bowie / Pat Metheny Group)
1985
"Loving the Alien" David Bowie and David Mallet
"Dancing in the Street"
(by David Bowie and Mick Jagger)
David Mallet
"Absolute Beginners" 1986 Julien Andrew Temple
"Underground" Steve Barron
"As The World Falls Down" (video never officially released) Steve Barron
"When the Wind Blows" Steve Barron and Jimmy Murakami[169]
"Day-In Day-Out" (single version)
"Day-In Day-Out" (dance mix version)
1987 Julien Temple
"Time Will Crawl" Tim Pope
"Never Let Me Down" Jean-Baptiste Mondino
"Fame '90" 1990 Gus van Sant
"Pretty Pink Rose"
(as Adrian Belew and David Bowie)
Tim Pope[170]
"Real Cool World" 1992
"Jump They Say" 1993 Mark Romanek
"Black Tie White Noise" (with Al B. Sure!)
"Miracle Goodnight" Matthew Rolston
"Buddha of Suburbia" Roger Michell
"The Hearts Filthy Lesson" 1995 Samuel Bayer
"Strangers When We Meet"
"Hallo Spaceboy" (remix with Pet Shop Boys) 1996 David Mallet
"Little Wonder" 1997 Floria Sigismondi
"Dead Man Walking"
"Seven Years in Tibet"
"Seven Years in Tibet" (Mandarin Version)
Rudi Dolezal and Hannes Rosacher
"Perfect Day"
(with various artists for Children in Need)
"I'm Afraid of Americans" Dom and Nic
"Thursday's Child" 1999 Walter Stern
"The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell" (unfinished / video never released) Dom and Nic
"Survive" 2000 Walter Stern
"Slow Burn"
(video not released with single, made available in 2011)
2002 Unknown [171]
"New Killer Star" 2003 Brumby Boylston[172]
"Where Are We Now?" 2013 Tony Oursler[173]
"The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" Floria Sigismondi[174]
"The Next Day"
"Valentine's Day" Indrani and Markus Klinko[175]
"Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich mix by James Murphy for the DFA)" (Version 1) David Bowie[176]
"Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich mix by James Murphy for the DFA)" (Version 2) Barnaby Roper[176]
"I'd Rather Be High – Venetian Mix (Wasted edit)" Tom Hingston[177]
"Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" 2014 Tom Hingston and Jimmy King[178]
"Blackstar" 2015 Bo Johan Renck[179][180]
"Lazarus" 2016
Posthumous
"I Can't Give Everything Away" 2016 Jonathan Barnbrook
"Life on Mars? (2016 Mix)" Mick Rock
"No Plan" 2017 Tom Hingston
"Space Oddity" (1990 Live Footage) (2019 mix) 2019 Tim Pope

Notes

  1. ^ The "John, I'm Only Dancing" video was made for BBC's Top of the Pops to be shown while Bowie was away touring in the USA. However, it went unboradcast. Reasons include the sexual nature of some of the images in the video, and that - given this was the earliest days of the music video - Bowie's manager Tony Defries wanted to charge the BBC what they saw as exorbitant fee.[159]
  2. ^ This release of "Space Oddity" in January 1973 was primarily focused at the US, where it gained Bowie his first hit. The single was not released in the UK. It was however released in a few other territories: Canada, Spain, Australia, Mexico, Puru and Japan.
  3. ^ "Life on Mars?" was released in the UK and a limited number of other territories. It was not released in the USA / North America.
  4. ^ There is also another rough cut version of the "'Heroes'" music video, sometimes known as the 'alternative take' or - more accurately, 'take 1'. 'The "Heroes" promo outtakes reel is just under 28 minutes long. It contains one complete take, and 8 partial takes of "Heroes" [...] The official promo for "Heroes" utilizes sections from most of the takes, in long cross dissolves. The only complete take of "Heroes", Take 1, was barely used – all that was included was the 10 seconds of "I would be king, and you, you would be queen" [...] The complete Take 1 [...] includes many full-face close-ups of Bowie [... and] was largely unused due to the fact that Bowie's miming in it was not very accurate [...] since the promo was for immediate use – we see it included on the "L’Altra Domenica" show a few days later – perhaps there was no time for a very sophisticated edit.' As this source notes regarding the tape: 'In addition, there are a couple of takes of about 30 seconds of Blackout. And about 3 minutes of close-ups of Bowie slowly bringing his hand to his face, mimicking the "Heroes" album cover whilst Sense of Doubt plays in the background. It seems there was no intention of creating promos for the latter two songs; the footage was merely to be used in the two TV commercials for the "Heroes" album.' [164][165]

Music video films[edit]

This subsection of music videos lists audio-visual releases that were originally conceived as films, that is, a single video in a wider filmic setting or collection of music videos produced as a single project, or an amalgam of both.

Title Video details Peak chart positions
US
Top
Music
Video
Love You till Tuesday
  • Release: 1984
  • Director: Malcolm J Thomson
  • Distributor: Castle Music Videos
  • Format: VHS
Jazzin' for Blue Jean 28
[181]
Black Tie White Noise
  • Release: 1993
  • Director: David Mallet
  • Distributor: BMG Video International
  • Format: VHS, LD, VCD
Reality
  • Release: 2004
  • Director: Steve Lippman aka FLIP
  • Distributor: Columbia Records.
  • Format: DVD
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Live TV films[edit]

Live TV films are concerts staged specifically for TV broadcast.

Title Film details
The Midnight Special: The 1980 Floor Show
  • Broadcast: 16 November 1973; USA NBC
  • Unreleased
Musikladen: Live at the Beat Club
  • Broadcast: 4 August 1978; Germany
  • Unreleased
David Bowie and Friends: A Very Special Birthday Concert
VH1 Storytellers
  • Broadcast: 1999; USA VH1
  • Released: 2009
  • Formats: DVD
The Secret Roseland
  • Broadcast: 2000; davidbowie.com
  • Released: 2000
  • Formats: Streaming
Bowie at the BBC
  • Broadcast: 2000; UK BBC
  • Released: 2000
  • Formats: CD
Live by Request: David Bowie
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Live concert films[edit]

Live concert films are tour concerts filmed for TV broadcast, cinema release and / or the home video market.

Title Film details Peak chart positions Certifications
GER
Albums
Chart

[13]
US
Top
Music
Video
Serious Moonlight 10
[182]
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: The Motion Picture
Glass Spider
  • Released: 1988
  • Distributor: Stenton
  • Formats: VHS, LD
Reality: Tour Edition
  • Released: 2003, 2004
  • Distributor: Columbia
  • Format: DVD
A Reality Tour
  • Released: 2004
  • Distributor: Columbia
  • Format: DVD
59
Posthumous
Glastonbury 2000
  • Released: 2018
  • Distributor: Parlophone
  • Format: DVD
"—" denotes releases that did not chart. "x" denotes single not released in that territory.

Music videos and films compilations[edit]

This subsection of music videos lists audio-visual releases that were compiled from video music singles and Live TV and concert performances and films.

Title Video details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
Top
Music
Video
Video EP
  • Released: 1983
  • Distributor: EMI
  • Format: VHS
Day-In Day-Out
  • Released: 1987
  • Distributor: PMI
  • Format: VHS
Black Tie White Noise
  • Released: 1993
  • Distributor: BMG Video International
  • Format: VHS, LD, VCD
The Video Collection
  • Released: 1993
  • Distributor: PMI
  • Formats: VHS, VCD
Best of Bowie
  • Released: 2002
  • Distributor: EMI
  • Format: DVD
9
[183]
The Next Day Extra
  • Released: 2013
  • Distributor: ISO, Columbia
  • Formats: DVD
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Music documentary films[edit]

Title Year Broadcast/Release Director(s)
Nationwide Report: David Bowie 1973 Original broadcast: 1973. Unreleased Narr. by Bernard Falk
Cracked Actor 1975 Original broadcast: 26 January 1975. Unreleased Alan Yentob
Ricochet 1984 Released on VHS 1984. Re-released on DVD (extended version) 2006. Gerry Troyna
David Bowie: Black Tie White Noise 1993 Released on VHS 1993. Re-released on DVD 2003. David Mallet
David Bowie: Changes 1997 Broadcast 8 January 1997. Unreleased Alan Yentob
David Bowie: An Earthling at 50 1997 Broadcast 1997 in UK. Unreleased Steven Lock
VH1's Legends: David Bowie 1998 Broadcast 10 December 1998. Unreleased Mary Wharton
David Bowie: Sound and Vision 2003 Broadcast 4 November 2002. Released on DVD 2003. Rick Hull
David Smiling Bowie 2003 Broadcast 7 October 2003 in Denmark. Unreleased Ole Kolster
Biography: David Bowie 2008 Broadcast 11 December 2008. Released on DVD 19 May 2009. Scott Engel
David Bowie: Rare and Unseen 2010 Broadcast 2 August 2010 in UK. Released on DVD 23 November 2010. Paul Clark
David Bowie: The Man Who Stole the World
aka The Story of Ziggy Stardust
2012 Broadcast 22 June 2012 in UK. Released on streaming 2014. James Hale
David Bowie: Five Years 2013 Broadcast 25 May 2013. Unreleased Francis Whately
David Bowie: The Last Five Years 2017 Broadcast 7 January 2017. Unreleased
Beside Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story 2017 Broadcast 9 May 2017 in UK. Released on DVD and streaming 27 October 2017. Jon Brewer
David Bowie: Finding Fame
aka David Bowie: The First Five Years
2019 Broadcast 9 February 2019. Unreleased Francis Whately

Other video and television appearances[edit]

Video album Year Artist Details Ref.
Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas 1977 Bing Crosby "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" (with Bing Crosby), "'Heroes'" [184]
The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness 1992 Various artists "Under Pressure" (with Queen (band) and Annie Lennox), "All the Young Dudes" (with Queen, Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson, Joe Elliott and Phil Collen), "'Heroes'"/"The Lord's Prayer" (with Queen and Mick Ronson) [184]
Tina Live: Private Dancer Tour 1994 Tina Turner Guest vocals ("Tonight", "Let's Dance") [184]
Closure 1997 Nine Inch Nails Guest vocals ("Hurt") [184]
The Concert for New York City 2002 Various artists "America", "'Heroes'" [184]
Jesus? ..This Is Iggy Iggy Pop Interviews and archive footage [168]
Once More with Feeling: Videos 1996–2004 2004 Placebo Live video for "Without You I'm Nothing" and the 1999 Brit Awards performance of "20th Century Boy" [168]
Live Aid Various artists "TVC 15", "Rebel Rebel", "Modern Love" and "'Heroes'" with Thomas Dolby; "Do They Know It's Christmas?" with Band Aid [168]
Remember 60s Vol. 4 Various artists A Dutch compilation featuring "Space Oddity" performed on the Swiss TV show "Hits A Go Go" on 2 November 1969 [185]
40 Jaar Top 40: 1969–1970 Various artists A Dutch compilation featuring the live performance of "Space Oddity" at the Ivor Novello Awards on 10 May 1970 [185]
The Nomi Song 2005 Klaus Nomi Includes footage of Nomi's performance with Bowie on Saturday Night Live in 1979 [185]
Dick Cavett: Rock Icons Various artists An interview and performances of "1984", "Young Americans" and "Footstompin'" from The Dick Cavett Show recorded on 2 November 1974 [185]
Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special: Million Sellers 2006 Various artists Live performance of "Space Oddity" from the 1980 Floor Show concerts filmed for NBC's The Midnight Special [186]
Remember That Night 2007 David Gilmour Guest appearance at the Royal Albert Hall on 29 May 2006 performing "Arnold Layne" and "Comfortably Numb" [187]

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