David Bowie's 'Young Americans,' 'Station to Station,' 'Diamond Dogs' Get New Vinyl Reissues

David Bowie's 'Young Americans,' 'Station to Station,' 'Diamond Dogs' Get New Vinyl Reissues
Last year, David Bowie fans were gifted with the Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, but if you didn't want to shell out for the entire set, the collection's albums will now get individual vinyl reissues.

Due out February 10 via Parlophone, remastered vinyl pressings of Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, Station to Station, David Live and Live Nassua Coliseum '76 are all set to arrive. So if you were hoping to get just some of that box set's albums or to avoid seriously jacked-up prices on originals, you're in luck.

Unfortunately, the box set's (arguable) main draw, The Gouster, does not appear to be part of the reissue campaign. So if you do want that previously lost album on vinyl, you'll still have to drop a bunch of cash for the entire box set.

Pre-orders on some sites have already gone live, but expect the reissues to everywhere come next month.