|Vinyl (WOW LP-044)|
|B3||I´ve Been Waiting For You||4:02|
|Vinyl (WOW LP-045)|
|C3||5:15 The Angels Have Gone||2:57|
|D1||Sound And Vision||4:14|
|D2||Ashes To Ashes||5:26|
|D3||I'm Afraid Of Americans||7:04|
|DVD (WOW - DVD 11)|
|US Broadcast (Plus chat between tracks)|
|DVD-10||5:15 The Angels Have Gone|
|DVD-11||Sound And Vision|
|DVD-12||Ashes To Ashes|
|DVD-13||I'm Afraid Of Americans|
|UK Broadcast (A&E Live By Request as it aired in Europe)|
|DVD-20||I've Been Waiting For You|
|DVD-24||5.15 The Angles Have Gone|
|DVD-26||Sound And Vision|
|DVD-27||Ashes To Ashes|
|DVD-28||I'm Afraid Of Americans|
|Ireland 006||David Bowie||Request (CD, Album, Promo, Unofficial)||Murphy Records||Ireland 006||2002|
|none||David Bowie||Live By Request 2002 (DVD-V, Unofficial)||Not On Label (David Bowie)||none||UK||2017|
|AS 08||David Bowie||By Request (DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||Apocalypse Sound||AS 08||Europe||2004|
|CENOBYTE SOUNDS 0007||David Bowie||Live By Request. (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Cenobyte Sounds||CENOBYTE SOUNDS 0007||Europe||2002|
|none||David Bowie||Bowie In New York City 2002 (2xLP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial)||Oberon Records||none||Unknown|
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