Bowie – Station to Station (45th Anniversary Reissue on Red or White Vinyl)
Grab your copy of this limited edition 45th anniversary reissue on coloured vinyl. This special limited edition is pressed on ‘random’ coloured vinyl, so the vinyl included could be either red or white. This 2021 release was due to be exclusive to Bricks & Mortar stores, but became available to order online due to the continued restrictions of the coronavirus pandemic – we have limited quantities of this release available and don't expect them to hang around so be sure to secure yours today!
Station to Station is the tenth studio album by David Bowie, released on 23 January 1976. Regarded as one of Bowie’s most significant works, Station to Station was the vehicle for Bowie’s Thin White Duke persona.
Station to Station was a transitional album for Bowie, developing the funk and soul music of his previous release, Young Americans (1975), while presenting a new direction influenced by German bands such as Neu! and Kraftwerk. The lyrics reflected his preoccupations with Friedrich Nietzsche, Aleister Crowley, mythology and religion. Drawing on funk and krautrock, romantic balladry and occultism, Station to Station has been described as ‘simultaneously one of Bowie’s most accessible albums and his most impenetrable’. Bowie said that Station to Station was ‘a plea to come back to Europe for me’.
- Station to Station
- Golden Years
- Word on a Wing
- TVC 15
- Wild Is the Wind
Format: Vinyl / 12” Album
Catalogue No: 190295140625
Release Date: 21 Jan 2021