A new live album has been announced from the late David Bowie, due out this Friday – July 3 – across digital platforms: Ouvrez Le Chien: Live Dallas 95.
The album features previously unreleased performances from the October 14, 1995 stop on Bowie’s Outside Tour, which also featured Nine Inch Nails. While none of the songs that NIN performed with Bowie that night are included here, the track listing features a number of deep cuts and fan favorites from across his career – including “Andy Warhol,” “Breaking Glass,” “Under Pressure,” “Teenage Wildlife” “Joe The Lion,” and “The Man Who Sold the World” — alongside six fresh tracks from 1. Outside, at the time his latest album.
The collection is rounded out by a pair of bonus tracks recorded at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England, “Moonage Daydream” and “Under Pressure,” and features photography by Iman.
At the time of writing, this live album remains a digital exclusive, due on Parlophone on July 3. While you wait for the 16-track collection to be released, you can enjoy a preview of “Teenage Wildlife,” which arrived on Spotify on June 26.
David Bowie, Ouvrez Le Chien: Live Dallas 95 (Parlophone, 2020) (Spotify / Other Streaming Links TBD)
- Look Back In Anger
- The Hearts Filthy Lesson
- The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
- I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
- Andy Warhol
- Breaking Glass
- The Man Who Sold The World
- We Prick You
- I’m Deranged
- Joe The Lion
- Nite Flights
- Under Pressure
- Teenage Wildlife
- Moonage Daydream
- Under Pressure
Tracks 1-14 recorded live at the Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, TX, October 13, 1995
Tracks 15 and 16 recorded live at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England, December 13, 1995