Album artwork for Toy by David Bowie

Toy is a posthumously released studio album by David Bowie. It was recorded from July to October 2000 in New York City and featured re-recordings of songs Bowie recorded between 1964 and 1971, along with a couple of new tracks.

Toy was recorded following David's Glastonbury 2000 performance. Bowie entered the studio with his band to record new interpretations of songs he’d first recorded from 1964-1971. The plan was to record the album ‘old school’ with the band playing live, choose the best takes and then release it as soon as humanly possible. Unfortunately, in 2001 the concept of the ‘surprise drop’ album release and the technology to support it were still quite a few years off, making it impossible to release Toy at the time.

David Bowie

Toy

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Album artwork for Toy by David Bowie
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Released 05/08/2022Catalogue Number

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David Bowie

Toy

Parlophone
Album artwork for Album artwork for Toy by David Bowie by Toy - David Bowie
Album artwork for Toy by David Bowie
LPx2

£41.99

Black
Released 05/08/2022Catalogue Number

0190295253257

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Toy by David Bowie
CD

£11.99

Released 05/08/2022Catalogue Number

0190295253264

Toy is a posthumously released studio album by David Bowie. It was recorded from July to October 2000 in New York City and featured re-recordings of songs Bowie recorded between 1964 and 1971, along with a couple of new tracks.

Toy was recorded following David's Glastonbury 2000 performance. Bowie entered the studio with his band to record new interpretations of songs he’d first recorded from 1964-1971. The plan was to record the album ‘old school’ with the band playing live, choose the best takes and then release it as soon as humanly possible. Unfortunately, in 2001 the concept of the ‘surprise drop’ album release and the technology to support it were still quite a few years off, making it impossible to release Toy at the time.