Fluffpost: Only REAL Bowie Fans Have These Albums

I don’t know why, but Bowie’s marketplace has some incredibly janky looking albums out there (both bootleg and official). I don’t really have much to say other than that. Here are some favorites. Will post more as I find them. Since I am not a real Bowie fan, I don’t own all of these, some are just screencaps from window shopping.

Note: in case it isn’t clear, my title is supposed to be a joke, poking fun at the type of people who judge others on the contents of their collection. Would never seriously say such a thing about anyone!

Super Best :/
This one and the one below aren’t technically boots, but the pictures have always seemed like an odd choice
Other side
A bootleg DVD for the film “Everybody Loves Sunshine”, or “Busted” as it was released in America.
Another Busted Bootleg
Merry Christmas?
A bootleg of The Linguini Incident
Either someone edited his face to look more feminine in this one, or more masculine on the one below

7 thoughts on “Fluffpost: Only REAL Bowie Fans Have These Albums

  1. Hello…
    If you’re not a real Bowie Fan, where do you get what ‘Real Bowie Fans’ Have, Should Have or own. Please do tell me… Are you a Collector of Music in General? Sorry, this is the first time you’ve zoomed in under my Radar. Till I hear your views. Mimi🐾


    1. Hello! My title was supposed to be a joke on the type of people who seriously judge others on the contents of their collection. Thought it would be funny to put it in front of a list of wtf bootlegs that nobody would have (I only own a handful myself). Would never say such a thing seriously!

      I am a music collector though, and my blog’s primary purpose is to go over some of the lesser known albums and cool things/Easter eggs I’ve discovered on them.


  2. Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence was a seriously awesome film. It was, hands down, David’s best filmwork. I had it on video and when my VCR died, I was heartbroken at the thought of never seeing it again. And, yes, I am one of those people who have all of the albums that are available. My favorite bootleg is a live recording at the Tower Theatre from the glam days. It has a great garage sound and stands out because David messed up on the lyrics to Suffragette City. Or possibly he changed them for fear of censorship.

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  3. If you are new to Bowie it’s a magical and exciting journey full of discovery. There are thousands of bootlegs and hundreds of official releases on both vinyl and CD. Many people concentrate on specific eras, Ziggy, Thin White Duke, Soul period, Berlin period etc etc (I love the Earthling tour) others want everything. I think I have around 2100 bootleg CDs and of course everything official as well. At the moment I’m concentrating on boxsets. It’s a wonderful hobby.
    Good luck!

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    1. Always lovely to meet other collectors! I haven’t done an inventory in awhile, but I know the Earthling Era is one of the few periods that we don’t own any live shows from… Yet. That’ll change soon though! 😅


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