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DISC: 1

1. Rosalyn
2. Here Comes the Night
3. I Wish You Would
4. See Emily Play
5. Everything's Alright
6. I Can't Explain
7. Friday on My Mind
8. Sorrow
9. Don't Bring Me Down
10. Shapes of Things
11. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
12. Where Have All the Good Times Gone!

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''Pin Ups'' is the seventh album by David Bowie, containing cover versions of songs, released by RCA Records in 1973 (see 1973 in music). It was his last studio album with the bulk of 'The Spiders From Mars', his backing band throughout his Ziggy Stardust phase; Mick Woodmansey was replaced on drums by Aynsley Dunbar.

''Pin Ups'' entered the UK chart on (coincidentally the same day as Bryan Ferry's covers album ''These Foolish Things'') and stayed there for 21 weeks, peaking at #1. It re-entered the chart on , this time for 15 weeks, peaking at #57. In it again entered the chart, for one week, at #52.

A version of The Velvet Underground's "White Light/White Heat" was recorded during the sessions. It was never released; Bowie donated the backing track to Mick Ronson for his 1975 album ''Play Don't Worry''.

The woman on the cover with Bowie is 1960s supermodel Twiggy. - Wikipedia