David Bowie ‘Low’ getting orange vinyl anniversary reissue

Reissue is in celebration of album’s 45th anniversary

Parlophone Records is releasing David Bowie’s Low on orange vinyl for the album’s 45th anniversary. The special edition reissue will drop on Friday, January 14th, the exact anniversary of the project. The disc will be available only at brick and mortar shops and their equivalent web stores.

First released by RCA on Friday, January 14 1977, Low was Bowie’s 11th studio album. The album’s working title was New Music: Night And Day, but saw a last minute name change to the visually punning Low. It was Bowie’s first exploration into the electronic and ambient music realms.

Low peaked at No. 2 in The UK and No. 11 in the US, upon its release.

Side A:

  1. Speed of Life
  2. Breaking Glass
  3. What in the World
  4. Sound and Vision
  5. Always Crashing in the Same Car
  6. Be My Wife
  7. A New Career in a New Town

Side B:

  1. Warszawa
  2. Art Decade
  3. Weeping Wall
  4. Subterraneans

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