Virgin Records will this winter reissue a number of David Bowie releases, including “Black Tie White Noise,” the 1989 box set “Sound + Vision” and remastered versions of “Scary Monsters,” “Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” and “Let’s Dance.” Additionally, the label will re-release last year’s “Best of Bowie” with a bonus DVD. A DVD will also be added to the repackaged “Black Tie White Noise.”
“Black Tie White Noise,” which marked a return to Bowie’s solo career after having a go with ill-fated rock combo Tin Machine, was originally released in 1993. Due Jan. 13, the reissue will come with an added CD and DVD. The 12-track CD will contain remixes by Jack Dangers and Leftfield, as well as B-side “Lucy Can’t Dance” and the previously unreleased “Jump They Say,” among other rarities. The DVD will feature all of the album’s videos and selected live performances.
The DVD packaged with the “Best of Bowie” reissue, due Dec. 2, will contain videos for “Let’s Dance,” “Heroes” and “Black Tie White Noise.” The rest of the DVD will be filled out with six audio tracks, all of them remixes of Bowie hits.