David Bowies official website has announced plans for a fifth epoch-covering box set to release next year, after delaying an alternate version of said collection for a 2020 release.

In a brief post, the late singers website confirms that the follow-up to the four career-spanning album boxes 2015s Five Years (1969-1973), 2016s Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976), 2017s A New Career in a New Town (1977-1982) and 2018s Loving The Alien (1983-1988) will cover the widest span of time yet: 1993 to 2001, considered by some to be his most electronic period.

Black Tie White Noise, a 1993 reunion with Lets Dance producer Nile Rodgers and Ziggy Stardust guitarist Mick Ronson, who died just weeks after the albums release. Jump They Say became Bowies first U.K. Top 10 single since 1987.

The Buddha of Suburbia, the soundtrack to the 1993 BBC2 series of the same name. (Bowie called it his favorite of his albums in 2003, despite its frequent falling out-of-print.)

1995s 1. Outside, which saw Bowie reunite with producer Brian Eno for the first time since the Berlin era collected in Who Can I Be Now?

Earthling, 1997s aggressive drum-and-bass-inspired record. (Im Afraid of Americans, as remixed by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, reached the middle third of the Billboard Hot 100.)

hours, released in 1999, unintentionally completing Bowies tenure with EMI, because

Toy, planned for release on Virgin in 2001, would have seen the singer revisiting more than a dozen songs written (and sometimes released on singles) in the years before Space Oddity. Its cancellation and the sessions to Heathen (2002) led to a new chapter on Columbia Records, though some of the tracks were released as B-sides or on the compilation Nothing Has Changed.