beatlejohn: possibly because "david bowie" is the pseudonym ?
(but more likely, just "hysterical^W historical accident". the david bowie listing incorporates the davie jones & davy jones singles, as well as the manish boys', but davie jones' & the manish boys' listings don't refer to david bowie (or davy jones), and davy jones' listing only includes the manish boys, where they shared an ep reviving some of their tracks.)
Y'know...nowhere on this page does it suggest that David Bowie is singing lead vocals (and it is his debut disc), yet it's been on the website for quite some time....sometimes the obvious doesn't stare you in the face at all.......John
No not mine, still have it. What is really strange is a stock copy sold on ebay the week before for exactly the same anount £1,716.00.
Must admit I don't really like the record that much but its on the RC top 200 Freakbeat/R&B from 1993 which is what I set out to collect three years ago so stuck with it...
Beware of bootleg copies bearing very shiny silver lettering/logo. Original pressings are less visibly silver and bear a more muted silver grey. Other bootleg pressings have been known to lack press out centers and lack any evidence that the actual center was ever intact.