℗ 2017 Jones/Tintoretto Entertainment Company; Under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Limited
Released February 9, 2024
Duration 18m 01s
Record Label Rhino
Genre Rock
 

No Plan E.P.

David Bowie

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1.1
Lazarus
David Bowie
6:24
1.2
No Plan
David Bowie
3:41
1.3
Killing a Little Time
David Bowie
3:48
1.4
When I Met You
David Bowie
4:08
No Plan is an extended play, comprising songs written and recorded by English musician David Bowie, released posthumously on 8 January 2017. The release coincided with what would have been Bowie's 70th birthday, almost a year after his death. No Plan compiles the original songs written for Bowie's Off-Broadway musical, Lazarus, including the titular "Lazarus", "No Plan", "Killing a Little Time", and "When I Met You". The songs were first recorded by the cast of the musical as part of its official soundtrack. The recordings featured on No Plan come from the sessions for Bowie's twenty-sixth and final studio album Blackstar, with "Lazarus" appearing as the third track on the album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.80
-0.80 to -0.80
-10.70
-11.63 to -9.72
-8.68
-9.60 to -8.20
6
5 to 7
1
Lazarus
-0.80-10.60-8.75
2
No Plan
-0.80-11.63-9.67
3
Killing a Little Time
-0.80-9.72-8.25
4
When I Met You
-0.80-10.83-8.26

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