Two new David Bowie reissues coming in April

Changestwobowie and Aladdin Sane repressed on coloured vinyl

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David Bowie‘s long deleted singles compilation Changestwobowie – the lesser-known sequel to Changesonebowie – will be reissued by Parlophone on April 13 on CD, vinyl and digital formats.

Some of the initial run of 180g vinyl editions will come on blue vinyl (distributed randomly) before reverting to the standard black vinyl.

The tracklisting for Changestwobowie is as follows:


Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?)
Oh! You Pretty Things
Ashes To Ashes*
Sound And Vision
Wild Is The Wind
John, I’m Only Dancing (Again) 1975

*single versions

Following a week later on April 20, Aladdin Sane will be reissued on silver vinyl to mark its 45th birthday.

Containing Ken Scott’s approved 2013 remaster, this version will only be available in physical stores and not online.

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