Welcome To The Blackout (Live London '78)
Rating: It's fuckin' Bowie.
This review will be brief, because there is absolutely no reason to review the actual music...again, it's fuckin' David Bowie. What I am here to note is how good the sound quality is - this is in the upper echelon of clean, well-mixed live recordings I've ever heard. This is always a huge issue with live albums, so I just wanted to put that out there for those on the fence or wondering if they should drop the cash for this triple disc Record Store Day "exclusive" (I can't find an actual number of these pressed, but my guess is it's not actually that exclusive because they would be really stupid to limit this one, or not do a second pressing).
Side note: this was recorded later in the same 1978 tour that another famous Bowie live album, "Stage," was recorded. Why release two live records from the same tour? When it sounds this good, why not. If money is no object, pick up "Welcome To The Blackout" - though you can usually grab "Stage" for a sawbuck so just get both...because it's fuckin' Bowie.