Fame 90


David Bowie
“Fame 90”
1990 Rykodisc (US)
RCD5 1018

01 Fame 90 (Queen Latifah’s Rap Version) 04:10
02 Fame 90 (House Mix) 05:59
03 Fame 90 (Gass Mix) 03:40
04 Fame 90 (Hip Hop Mix) 06:01
05 Fame 90 (Absolutely Nothing Premeditated/Epic Mix) 14:25

David Bowie’s 1975 single “Fame”, co-written with John Lennon and Carlos Alomar, was revisited in 1990 as part of the ‘Sound+Vision’ back catalog reissue project. Released to promote the “Changesbowie” collection, “Fame 90” includes a subtle update by Jon Gass, along with more radical revisions from Arthur Baker and David Barratt. Additionally, another new version produced by DJ Mark James (aka The 45 King) features a young Queen Latifah. Bowie purists may have been shaking their heads at this one; however, credit The Thin White Duke for always taking chances and breaking new ground.

HELP > Anyone have the 3 track US promo CD?

Posted on January 16, 2016, in 45 King, Arthur Baker, David Bowie. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Thank you djshelf ilove that song i dont believe where past 26 years at that.14 Min. version i have from vinyl rip long time ago .
    This is great.
    One question for you do you hear for Jane Wiedlin,amazing and beautiful woman , i see Jane love dogs like you.
    On his twiter page i read Jane is been great friend with David Bowie and his wife Imani.

  2. for some reason it isn’t working for me

  3. download worked fine using Chrome…

    Here’s a cover by Duran Duran, a 1981 B Side

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