Rebel Never Gets Old

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"Rebel Never Gets Old"
Bowie Rebel Never Gets Old.jpg
Single by David Bowie
Released 2004
Format CD single
Recorded Looking Glass Studios, New York City
Genre Rock
Label Columbia/ISO Records
COL 674971
Producer(s) David Bowie, Tony Visconti, Mark Vidler/Go Home Productions (GHP)
David Bowie singles chronology
"Never Get Old"
"Rebel Never Gets Old"
"String Module Error: Match not found"
"Never Get Old"
"Rebel Never Gets Old"
"Golden Years
David Bowie vs KCRW

"Rebel Never Gets Old" is a mash-up of the songs "Rebel Rebel" and "Never Get Old", where the two songs are mixed into each other, produced by producer Mark Vidler, also known as Go Home Productions. It was released as a rare single, following some copies of Reality in Europe in 2004. The "Radio Mix" had already been available as an iTunes download before a promo single was released. The single eventually officially appeared as a CD-single, a 12" vinyl version and a 12" vinyl picture disc, but for some reason the first two were very difficult to obtain.

Track listing[edit]

CD: ISO-Columbia / COL 674971 (EU)[edit]

  1. "Rebel Never Gets Old" (Radio Mix) 3:25
  2. "Rebel Never Gets Old" (7th Heaven Edit) 4:19
  3. "Rebel Never Gets Old" (7th Heaven Mix)
  4. "Days" (Album version)

Other releases[edit]

  • The "7th Heaven Edit", which was labelled "Extended Edit" on the promo, is also available on the Digital Beauties.001 compilation.