Bowie’s Posthumous Release Plans Revealed

'Who Can I Be Now?' compilation will be released September 23rd

The track list has been released for David Bowie‘s latest box set, Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976).

If you can remember, back in April, Steve Schapiro, who took pictures of Bowie during the two year period, made mention of the set during an interview with Flavorwire, which had fans everywhere wondering…

Well, all of our wonders have finally been answered. The highly anticipated archival David Bowie box set, a follow-up to 2015’s Five Years (1969-1973) compilation, will be released on September 23.

The wide-spread collection will consist of remastered versions of four Bowie albums (Diamond Dogs, David Live, Young Americans and Station to Station) — as well as a formerly unreleased 1974 studio effort called The Gouster, recorded right before Young Americans.

The twelve CD box, thirteen-piece vinyl set and digital download all feature material officially released by Bowie during the so-called ‘American’ phase of his career – years 1974 to 1976.

Bowie fans – mark your calendars!