David Bowie To Issue 40th Anniversary Issue of Space Oddity

Icon to rerelease hit to mark moon landing anniversary

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David Bowie is to reissue 1969 hit Space Oddity to mark the single’s 40th anniversary on July 20.

Coinciding also with the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing, the new EP will give fans the chance the remix the song with special iKlax software.

Fans who buy the EP will also be given the original eight stems/multi-tracks, so they can create their own versions of the famous Bowie song.

David Bowie’s 40th anniversary ‘Space Oddity’ EP tracklisting is:

1. Space Oddity (original UK mono single edit)
2. Space Oddity (US mono single edit)
3. Space Oddity (US stereo single edit)
4. Space Oddity (1979 re-record)


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