It's been announced that some unheard 1968/69 demos are to be released (I guess for Record Store Day). Some of the titles haven't even been bootlegged before. This is to celebrate 50 years since his first hit in 1969.
Both artists (Queen + Bowie) have had almost parallel careers and reissue campaigns and i was thinking might this mark a change in Queen's archival policy as this is quite unheard of in the Bowie camp. Although both bands have unearthed unreleased demos, this is a hefty chunk of 9 tracks as a stand alone release.
Would the De Lane first album demos count as an equivalent early history release? Perhaps if they were done as a RSD copy of the original acetate?
Might we get some RT or BM early home demos. We can hope.