Hear David Bowie's Long-Lost 'The Gouster' Album for the First Time

Hear David Bowie's Long-Lost 'The Gouster' Album for the First Time
As previously reported, David Bowie's long-lost album The Gouster has been included in a new box set dubbed Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976). The impressive 104-song collection is officially out today (September 23), and you can hear the whole thing now.
 
The Gouster was never released as a studio album and was instead transformed into what became Young Americans. The new release, however, maintains the record in its original seven-song form, including tracks like "John, I'm Only Dancing," the set's namesake "Who Can I Be Now?" and "Young Americans."
 
In addition the recovered treasure that is The Gouster, Who Can I Be Now? also offers diehard fans the chance to take in remastered versions of Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, Station to Station, David Live and Live Nassua Coliseum '76, as well as a new compilation of singles and B-sides called Re:Call 2.
 
Hear the entire extensive collection in the player below. It's also available as a 12-CD or 13-LP physical box set via Parlophone.

Once you've made it through the full offering and are looking for further Bowie listening, be sure to consult Exclaim!'s Essential Guide to David Bowie.