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Create Your Own Version Of David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'
Fans can remix original tracks to mark 40th anniversary Ben Hewitt , July 7th, 2009 07:45

David Bowie fans will be given the chance to download and mix the original multi-tracks of Space Oddity to mark the 40th anniversary of its release this year--and 40 years since Neil Armstrong became the first man to step on the moon.

The new release will give fans access to the original 1969 multi-tracks of ‘Space Oddity,’ allowing them to become remixer and create their own version of the song.

The Space Oddity EP will consist of four tracks. When fans purchase the EP they will also receive the original eight stems/multi-tracks for free, enabling them to remix the song through their own software or through iKlax software.

Space Oddity’ EP tracklisting:

  1. Space Oddity (original UK mono single edit)

    1. Space Oddity (US mono single edit)

    2. Space Oddity (US stereo single edit)

    3. Space Oddity (1979 re-record)

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