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David Bowie has announced the latest in the run of 40th anniversary 7″ picture discs.

Space Oddity” and “Golden Years” will be released on October 2 and November 13, respectively.

They wil be joined by an orange vinyl 7″ of “Amsterdam” and a limited edition blue vinyl release of Man Of Words/Man Of Music, the US version of Bowie’s 1969 album David Bowie aka Space Oddity.

The “Amsterdam” 7″ and Man Of Words/Man Of Music album coincide with the opening of David Bowie Is… at the Groninger Museum, Groningen in The Netherlands and are exclusive to the exhibition.

SPACE ODDITY 7″ PICTURE DISC FOR THE 40th ANNIVERSARY OF DAVID’S FIRST EVER #1 SINGLE IN THE UK
A-Side
Space Oddity (UK single edit)
(David Bowie)
Produced by Gus Dudgeon and arranged by David Bowie and Paul Buckmaster

AA-Side
Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud (single B-side with spoken introduction)
(David Bowie)
Produced by Gus Dudgeon and arranged by David Bowie and Paul Buckmaster

A Side image from the David Bowie Archive
AA Side photo by Vernon Dewhurst

GOLDEN YEARS 40th ANNIVERSARY 7″ PICTURE DISC
A-Side
Golden Years (Single Version)
(David Bowie)
Produced by David Bowie & Harry Maslin

AA-Side
Station To Station (Single Edit)
(David Bowie)
Produced by David Bowie & Harry Maslin

Both the A & AA side features photos by Steve Schapiro, the AA side is a previously unseen shot

AMSTERDAM 7″ ORANGE VINYL EXCLUSIVE TO THE NETHERLANDS ‘DAVID BOWIE IS’ EXHIBITION
A-Side (45 r.p.m.)
Amsterdam
(Jacques Brel/English lyrics: Mort Shuman)
Produced by Ken Scott & David Bowie

B-Side (33 1/3 r.p.m.)
My Death (Live)
(Jacques Brel/Eric Blau/Mort Shuman)
Recorded live at Carnegie Hall 28th September, 1972

Front cover photo is a previously unseen shot by Brian Ward
Reverse cover photo is a live shot from Carnegie Hall, 28th September, 1972 by David Gahr

Meanwhile, Bowie releases the first in a series of box sets spanning his career on September 25.

David Bowie Five Years 1969 – 1973 features all of the material officially released by Bowie during the early stage of his career.

It will be available across a number of formats: as a 12 CD box set, a 13 album vinyl set pressed on audiophile 180g vinyl and digital download.

Exclusive to the box sets will be Re:Call 1 a new 2-disc compilation of non-album singles, single versions & b-sides. It features a previously unreleased single edit of “All The Madmen“. Also included is the original version of “Holy Holy“, which was only ever released on the original 1971 Mercury single and hasn’t been available since.

Also exclusive to all versions of Five Years 1969 – 1973 will be a 2003 stereo remix of The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by the album’s original co-producer Ken Scott, previously only available on DVD with the LP/DVD format of the 40th anniversary edition of the album.

The box set’s accompanying book, 128 pages in the CD box and 84 in the vinyl set, will feature rarely seen photos as well as technical notes about each album from producers Tony Visconti and Ken Scott, an original press review for each album and a short foreword by Ray Davies.

Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide to David Bowie in UK shops now and also available to buy at our online store

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The History Of Rock – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – is now on sale in the UK. Click here for more details.

Meanwhile, the September 2015 issue of Uncut is on sale in the UK on Tuesday, July 28 – featuring David Gilmour, a free Grateful Dead CD, Bob Dylan and the Newport Folk Festival, AC/DC, Killing Joke, the Isley Brothers, Julien Temple, Ryley Walker and more.

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