It's one of 11 brand new pieces on Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks: Extended Edition

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 19, Brian Eno will release an ‘Extended Edition’ of his landmark 1983 ambient album Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks, recorded with his brother Roger Eno and Daniel Lanois.

The trio have reconvened to record an entire album of new material for the release, subtitled For All Mankind – the title of the Al Reinert documentary which Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks was originally designed to soundtrack.

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Hear the first track from For All Mankind, “Like I Was A Spectator”, below:

Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks: Extended Edition will be released as a 2xLP 180gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve, and as a limited numbered 2xCD edition with 24-page full colour hardcover book – as well as in standard 2xCD and digital formats.

Pre-order the album here and peruse the tracklisting below:

Disc 1: Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks – Remastered

01. ‘Under Stars’ (4:29)
02. ‘The Secret Place’ (3:31)
03. ‘Matta’ (4:20)
04. ‘Signals’ (2:47)
05. ‘An Ending (Ascent)’ (4:24)
06. ‘Under Stars II’ (3:23)
07. ‘Drift’ (3:05)
08. ‘Silver Morning’ (2:40)
09. ‘Deep Blue Day’ (3:58)
10. ‘Weightless’ (4:35)
11. ‘Always Returning’ (4:04)
12. ‘Stars’ (8:02)

Disc 2: For All Mankind

01. ‘The End Of A Thin Cord’ (4:08)
02. ‘Capsule’ (3:13)
03. ‘At The Foot Of A Ladder’ (3:35)
04. ‘Waking Up’ (2:29)
05. ‘Clear Desert Night’ (3:11)
06. ‘Over The Canaries’ (4:41)
07. ‘Last Step From The Surface’ (3:58)
08. ‘Fine-grained’ (3:34)
09. ‘Under The Moon’ (3:10)
10. ‘Strange Quiet’ (4:09)
11. ‘Like I Was A Spectator’ (4:23)

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