Live David Bowie Album is an Unauthorized Bootleg
Tue, 22 Mar 2011 12:48:03
Last week, we reported that a David Bowie live album that was recorded on his birthday in 1997 was going to be released. Well, it has turned out to be an unauthorized bootleg. The set features guest appearances by the Foo Fighters, Lou Reed and The Cure's Robert Smith and was recorded during the singer's 50th birthday celebrations at New York's Madison Square Garden. That might sound enticing, but it is not an official product so don't buy it. That's our warning and we don't endorse bootlegs and you should not support them.
Does that fact that the releases is an unofficial bootleg deter you from wanting to buy it? It should.