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David Bowie - 1990-05-16 - Tokyo, JP
(Soundboard FLAC)

From Westwood One CDs and a CDR dubbed from the video of this performance.

Lineage:
CD>TLH>FLAC
VIDEO>CD>TLH>FLAC

01 Space Oddity
02 Changes
03 TVC15
04 Rebel Rebel
05 Be My Wife - vid dub
06 Ashes to Ashes
07 Fashion
08 Starman - vid dub
09 Life on Mars - vid dub
10 Blue Jean - vid dub
11 Let's Dance
12 China Girl
13 Sound and Vision
14 Ziggy Stardust
15 Young Americans
16 Suffragette City
17 Fame
18 Panic in Detroit
19 Modern Love
20 The Jean Genie
21 Rock and Roll Suicide - vid dub

BONUS TRACKS
22 Be My Wife - audience recording
23 Starman - audience recording
24 Rock and Roll Suicide - audience recording

Bonus tracks from a CD-R, which sadly has a couple of (minor) effects of rot.

https://rapidgator.net/file/b747e4a...90-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part1.rar.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/5d4b35c...90-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part2.rar.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/77fa0d8...90-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part3.rar.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/1f85954...90-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part4.rar.html

mirror:
https://turbobit.net/kfnkn44wti79/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part1.rar.html
https://turbobit.net/yn1qhcbzn6sq/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part2.rar.html
https://turbobit.net/i6htlc0h6uh7/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part3.rar.html
https://turbobit.net/b63bxosk4ih7/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part4.rar.html

mirror:
http://www.filefactory.com/file/c2c06e5/n/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part1.rar
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6o1xic5joaq3/n/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part2.rar
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6wjgq1pjw1xv/n/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part3.rar
http://www.filefactory.com/file/c2c06f4/n/DaBo.1990-05-16.Tokyo.FLAC.by.T.U.B.E.part4.rar
 

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Let's see....I don't show "Be My Wife" as ever having been part of a WW1 broadcast....but "Starman" was on the original LPs (show #90-47), and also on 98-46, 00-12, 00-49, and 02-23. I think that "Rock and Roll Suicide" was broadcast once, on 98-46.
 
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