A Divine Symmetry (An Alternative Journey Through Hunky Dory) brings together early mixes of David Bowie's Hunky Dory tracks originally featured on the BOWPROMO album, along with new alternative Ken Scott mixes that create an alternative version of the Hunky Dory album. This album also features the album session outtake "Bombers".
1971 was a pivotal year for Bowie. He signed a record deal with RCA, he met Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, and Iggy Pop while in New York. He became a father and penned the song "KOOKS" as a show of paternal pride. He played live for the first time that June with Mick Ronson, Woody Woodmansey and Trevor Bolder.