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David Bowie - Reality Tour DVD Recorded in Dublin, Ireland in 2003 ~~ Why this review? ~~ Always been a huge Bowie fan since Hunky Dory back in 1971 so for my first review I thought I would review one of my Favourite Bowie DVD's. Bowie decided for this particular tour to really put on a show for the fans so we are treated to a fabulous 30 track concert featuring tracks from all aspects of his career. Backed by some famous musicians who have helped Bowie well in the past incl Earl Slick and Mike Garson. ~~ For my money I get? ~~ Starting off with Rebel Rebel and finishing with Ziggy Stardust the track listing is as follows. 01) Rebel Rebel 02) New Killer Star 03) Reality 04) Fame 05) Cactus 06) Sister Midnight 07) Afraid 08) All The Young Dudes 09) Be My Wife 10) The Loneliest Guy 11) The Man Who Sold The World 12) Fantastic Voyage 13) Hallo Spaceboy 14) Sunday 15) Under Pressure 16) Life On Mars? 17) Battle For Britain 18) Ashes To Ashes 19) The Motel 20) Loving The Alien 21) Never Get Old 22) Changes 23) I'm Afraid Of Americans 24) Heroes 25) Bring Me The Disco King 26) Slip Away 27) Heathern 28) Five Years 29) Hang Onto Yourself 30) Ziggy Stardust As you can see, a monster ride through his back catalogue of Albums from all era's incl the Pre Ziggy , Ziggy to the Berlin Trilogy and onwards to the recent Albums incl Hours, Outside , Earthling and of course Reality. ~~ Packaging?~~ Well I got the slipcase version, so it's basically a cardboard cover with a great picture of Bowie on the cover holding up his guitar ( ... " And Ziggy played .. Guitar?" ) I hope so. Inside is a slip for putting the small booklet inside, similar to the left hand side of most Kindle cases. ~~ Is it worth it?~~ For the price you will pay it's worth every single penny, even if you're not a Bowie fan or haven't heard too much it will please you to listen to the classic songs performed Live incl tracks like Fantastic Voyage , Be My Wife and Five Years which don't get played too often and of course All The Young Dudes which never sounds bad. An essential purchase.