Two Unreleased David Bowie Albums Are Coming in April

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David Bowie, shot by Mario Testino, for V magazine. Mario Testino

Record Store Day is looking to be pretty special this year. For the 10th anniversary of every music nerd's favorite holiday (on April 22, to be exact) two rare, previously unreleased David Bowie albums will go on sale. Might as well get in line now.

One is a live album from the Philly Dogs Tour, according to Pitchfork, called Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles 1974). It features Luther Vandross on vocals, and it was mixed by Tony Visconti, who had his hand in producing some of Bowie's best tracks (including "Heroes").

The other record is Bowpromo, which is essentially alternate mixes of songs from Hunky Dory. The record was initially pressed in a limited run in 1971.

Check out the tracklist for both albums below:

Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles '74) (3-LP SET)

Side 1:
Rebel Rebel
Moonage Daydream
Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing

Side 2:
Suffragette City
Aladdin Sane
All the Young Dudes
Cracked Actor

Side 3:
Rock 'n' Roll With Me
Knock On Wood
It's Gonna Be Me
Space Oddity

Side 4:
Diamond Dogs
Big Brother

Side 5:
The Jean Genie
Rock 'n' Roll Suicide
John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)

Side 6:
David Bowie logo etching

Bowpromo Boxset LP

1. Oh! You Pretty Things
2. Eight Line Poem
3. Kooks
4. It Ain't Easy
5. Queen Bitch
6. Quicksand
7. Bombers / Andy Warhol Intro