Label: Moonraker - MOONRAKER 087/88 • Format: 2x, CD Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
With Bowie at the peak of his global stardom thanks to Let's Dance, "White Light/White Heat" was considered an unusual turn for the pop audience he had attracted, and reached only #46 in the UK. Bowie performed the song during his Glass Spider Tour, a live version of which was released in (re-released in ) on Glass Spider. The song continued to feature in Bowie's live repertoire B-side: "Here She Comes Now".
A song by David Bowie from the album Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture named White Light White Heat.
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David Bowie – White Light/White Heat (Live '73) Edited By [Sound Editor] – Paul Furedi. David Bowie – Nite Flights (Moodswings Back To Basics Remix Radio Edit) Remix – Moodswings. Reissue of the enhanced 4 CD version of the Sound+Vision compilation.
A version he recorded in was released as a single in to promote the album Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture. Bowie, a long-time Velvets fan, had been performing "White Light/White Heat" since (His album of that year, Hunky Dory, features a credit to the song for having inspired Bowie.
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