David Bowie - Station To Station (Exclusive Red or White Vinyl)
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David Bowie's 10th studio album Station to Station was released by RCA Records in 1976. Commonly regarded as one of his most significant works, "Station to Station" was the vehicle for his performance persona, the Thin White Duke. It features such classics as "Golden Years", "Station to Station" and "Stay".
For the first time ever, a David Bowie album was a bigger commercial success in the United States than it was in the UK. Considered a classic among fans and critics alike, the record was unusual for a Bowie album in that it contained just six tracks, even though it still clocked in at a little over thirty-eight minutes.
The album was recorded after he completed shooting Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, and the cover artwork featured a still from the movie. During the sessions, Bowie was heavily dependent on drugs, especially cocaine, and later claimed that he recalled almost nothing of the production.
In celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Station to Station, Parlophone Records has released this limited edition RED or WHITE vinyl edition exclusively to record stores. The colours are randomly inserted.