David Bowie to let fans remix ‘Space Oddity’

By July 7, 2009 January 17th, 2015 London

Glam legend David Bowie is giving fans the chance to own and remix the multi-track recordings of his 1969 hit ‘Space Oddity’, when he releases a new EP featuring the song to celebrate the 40th anniversary of man walking on the moon.


Released on July 20 (which will be 40 years to the day that Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon) the ‘Space Oddity EP’ consists of four variations of the track.

When fans purchase the EP they will also receive the original eight stems/multi-tracks for the track for free.
They will then be able to remix the song through their own software, or through iKlax software).

The tracklisting for ‘Space Oddity EP’ follows:

‘Space Oddity’ (Original UK Mono Single Edit)
‘Space Oddity’ (US Mono Single Edit)
‘Space Oddity’ (US Stereo Single Edit)
‘Space Oddity’ (1979 Re-Record)

For more information visit the artist’s official website.

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