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David Bowie - The Thin White Duke Album
David Bowie - The Thin White Duke Album
Performer: David Bowie
Title: The Thin White Duke
Label: Duck Records
Released: 1977
Style: Pop Rock, Glam
Cat: IMP 1114
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2572 mb | MP3 size: 1256 mb | WMA size: 1237 mb
Genre: Rock

1Can You Hear Me?
3Diamond Dogs
4Suffragette City
5Station To Station
6Panic In Detroit
7Word On A Wing
8Young Americans Medley
9Duet With Cher
11Jean Genie
13Rebel, Rebel
14TVC 15


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TAKRL 2995David Bowie Resurrection On 84th Street ‎(2xLP, Unofficial)The Amazing Kornyfone Record LabelTAKRL 2995US1977
IMP-1114David Bowie The Thin White Duke ‎(2xLP, Unofficial)Idle Mind Productions, Inc., Audiofön, Ruthless Rhymes, Ltd.IMP-1114Germany1978
noneDavid Bowie Live at Nassau Coliseum, N.Y., 1976 Part 2 ‎(LP, Pic, Unofficial)Not On Label (David Bowie)none1983
noneDavid Bowie Nassau Coliseum 3.23.1976 ‎(CDr, Unofficial)Why Arts RecordsnoneUSUnknown
GDR CD 9023David Bowie Suffragette City ‎(CD, Unofficial)Great Dane RecordsGDR CD 9023Italy1991


Live at Nassau Coliseum, N.Y. 1976.

This release has been assumed to be the Duck Records variant David Bowie - The Thin White Duke, as side C begins with 'Changes', which is different to the normal releases.

No further information is available other than the dead wax, which was used to determine the item.


  • Matrix / Runout: IMP 1114-C
  • Matrix / Runout: IMP 1114-D


  • Recorded At – Nassau Coliseum


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