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David Bowie's 'Sound And Vision 2013' remix set for digital release

David Bowie's 'Sound And Vision 2013' remix set for digital release

A longer version of "Sound And Vision 2013", a reworking of David Bowie's 1977 single, is to be given a digital release later this year.

The remix, which was originally unveiled as a 58-second clip in an advert for a new Sony phone back in February, will come out on October 7 via Parlophone Records. The original version of "Sound And Vision", which hit Number Three in the UK charts when originally released, is also to be re-released in conjunction with the remix. The announcement was made via a statement on Bowie’s official here.

In the message, fans are told to beware of a fake remix that has appeared on YouTube, and wait for the official release of the remix this autumn.

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