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Lazarus 6:24
No Plan 3:40
Killing A Little Time 3:46
When I Met You 4:08


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Bowie* No Plan ‎(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Columbia, ISO Records none 2017
88985419651 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(12", S/Sided, EP, Etch, 180) ISO Records, Columbia 88985419651 US 2017
88985419651 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(12", S/Sided, EP, Etch, 180) ISO Records, Columbia, Sony Music 88985419651 Europe 2017
88985419621 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(12", S/Sided, EP, Etch, Ltd, Num, Cle) ISO Records, Columbia, Sony Music 88985419621 Europe 2017
88985419621 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(12", S/Sided, EP, Etch, Ltd, Num, Cle) Columbia, ISO Records 88985419621 US 2017
88985421071 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(12", S/Sided, EP, Etch, Ltd, Num, Whi) Columbia, ISO Records 88985421071 US 2017
88985419612 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(CD, EP) Columbia, ISO Records, Sony Music 88985419612 Australia 2017
88985419612 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(CD, EP) Columbia, ISO Records, Sony Music 88985419612 UK & Europe 2017
88985419612, 88985419612 S1 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(CD, EP) Columbia, ISO Records, Columbia, ISO Records 88985419612, 88985419612 S1 US 2017
SICP 31052 Bowie* No Plan EP ‎(CD, EP, MP, Blu) Sony Records Int'l, ISO Records SICP 31052 Japan 2017
SICP-31052 David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(CDr, EP, Promo) Sony Music Japan International Inc. SICP-31052 Japan 2017
none David Bowie No Plan EP ‎(CDr, EP, Promo) Columbia, ISO Records none US 2017
none Bowie* No Plan ‎(4xFile, AAC, EP, 256) Columbia none 2017
none Bowie* No Plan ‎(4xFile, FLAC, EP) Columbia, ISO Records none 2017
889854196127 Bowie* No Plan ‎(CD, EP) Columbia, ISO Records, Sony Music 889854196127 Mexico 2017
Bowie - No Plan download free
Performer: Bowie
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: No Plan
Released: 2017
Style: Pop Rock, Art Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1540 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1241 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 888
Other Formats: AAC MP3 TTA XM DMF MP2 DTS

Funny about mixing the numbering sequence for this No Plans vinyl EP. Some fans here are stating their numbers, to figure out how many were produced, but also as a 'perceived value' regarding low numbers. It's like a last-minute Bowie joke on 'collectibility'. . .Traditionally, the reason why having a low number is GOOD, is because the lower numbers being the first produced, it's generally thought the lower numbered products are more accurately produced. [This is not always the case, because the very first can have problems as machines warm up / get into the rhythm. Often the first few are thrown away as tests, but sometimes some duff ones can sneak by. Also, modern machinery is a lot more consistent.] But, as a general rule, lower numbers are better and the idea of lower numbers being more valuable has stuck.Mixing up the numbers totally subverts the reasoning behind low numbers having more value - if the numbers are MIXED UP, they clearly don't reflect the order of production - in this case the low number doesn't hold any extra value. The important aspect remaining about the numbering is ensuring each is part of a limited run.
I bought a copy of this used a year ago and it was a little warped and a little off center and was riddled with clicks and pops. I got rid of it. I recently purchased a new copy and it plays perfect. Not only does it have a dead silent background but the sound is amazing. High fidelity, easily one of the best recordings I've heard. Super punchy drums, deep bass and nice thick guitar sound with a very expansive soundstage. The sax sounds warm and dynamic and the synth adds nice detail to make the record very full sounding. But most importantly is Bowies voice is given nice presence. Very engaging listen, sounds awesome. I would highly reccomend this one. (Comes in plain white paper inner)
My copy isn't noisy. I didn't notice much surface noise at all, and definitely no clicks/pops. Sounds pretty good to me.
Was it the clear vinyl one which is actually more blue that had the lithograph?
Plagued by distracting hisses and pops throughout. I also own the 3 LP Lazarus Original Cast Recording which has the same music as this for LP3 and it sounds significantly better. I recommend spending a little more to pick that up vs. buying this separately. The cover at is nice, but the sleeve is pretty flimsy and there's nothing inside. A definite cash grab release.
Beautiful looking RSD EP by the legend that is Bowie. Love the starred etching. Good bass and clear too.
My copy has some slight surface noise. Nothing too horrible but probably on par with the noise floor of the Blackstar pressings. Essentially occasional tics and a barely audible hiss during quiet portions of the songs. The overall mastering is slightly more compressed than the Blackstar mastering with less noticeable separation and distance between the instruments along with a softened bass tone. There was no warping and the etching marks were perfectly intact. Overall I am pleased with this copy.
I bought a copy of this record during Record Store day at Planet Retro in St. Pete,FL. The side that is supposed to contain Lazarus is uncut i.e. there is not track cut into the record. Am I the only one who had this manufacturing error? I still have the un-redeemed download card, wondering if I should return record to store or keep this one as a one in a million record cutting error. Bowie on!
So, presumably, you mean a smooth B-side with no etching as you would have realised if there was an etching that Lazarus couldn't be on that side?Also: surely you played the record and noted Lazarus was on the A-side? Does nobody play these things? (!!!) It's a Dada joke if collector vinyl editions are not being played - what are they - cheap plastic art at high prices?
It's only a one sided EP. All the music is on side 1, there is an etching on side 2.
I got numbers 6514 & 6515! Can't wait to crack one of these open and spin it!
My copy is № 132. And at least ten more words...
Nice SQ, which is a relief and I like the package, but it was horrendously expensive! In years to though I'm sure I'll be pleased to own it even if just for sentimental reasons.#2694
Number 2397 here. Be careful opening the sticker on the white sleeve containing the lithograph, I had to slice through mine as the sticker was lifting the sleeve away when I attempted to peel it off.
I got no 247 - think that's just fine :)
got no. 6080..... need 7 more words here to post
my copy is 6082 :) more words needed as well
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My copy is No 0276. I have no complaints! :)
This was sold as a Die Cut White Vinyl disc. In the event it's a 12" white vinyl in a die cut sleeve. Nothing special and at £36.99, extraordinarily expensive. The 'lithograph' is dire. Poorly printed. Wrapping a bit of tissue paper round something doesn't make it special. Another prime example of the Estate/ Sony cashing in and ripping off the Bowie fan. Disappointing.
The catalogue number on my copy (spine) ends in 071 not 717 as stated above (typo?). My number is 2718.
on barcode is the last 7.... 0717Could that be it?
one life
This version is different than the RSD release. This one is white vinyl, and the RSD release is blue and does not include the lithograph as an option. I got both versions, and this one was only available through the official bowie web site.Update: catalog number on spine ends in 071 but barcode on back ends in 717; my copy is number 3429, and very satisfied with my purchase.
i got number 4110 and it keeps spinning in the very last runout groove :)thanks for all the magic you gave us david..
Is this not the same as the RSD release ?
It is not the same as the Record Store Day release.
This was a pre-order, single run edition, through Bowie's website - pure white single sided etched vinyl with additional lithograph print.
This is not the same as the RSD release. This is in white vinyl and comes with a lithograph. The RSD releases were in clear and black vinyl.
So.. how many copies are out there? Who got what number?
Yep - Have got No.s 7359 & 7362 calling in here.
6802. Everything was ok with the record, no issues with the blank label. My guess is approx. 8000 copies.
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