Monday, August 3, 2009

OUT NOW! Space Oddity 40th Anniversary EP

'Space Oddity' 40th Anniversary EP with the unique opportunity for fans to remix their own version!

40 years ago to the day that Neil Armstrong stepped on to the moon, EMI have created a unique opportunity for David Bowie fans: the chance to download and mix the original multi-tracks of ‘Space Oddity,’ which also celebrates its 40th anniversary this year!

The ‘Space Oddity’ EP consists of four tracks. When the EP is purchased the original eight stems/multi-tracks are also received for free, enabling fans to remix the song through their own software or through iKlax software.

About 'Space Oddity':
Originally released on 11th July 1969 to coincide with the Apollo 11 moon landings, ‘Space Oddity’ was a cultural landmark for David Bowie as an artist – it was featured by the BBC in its television coverage of the lunar landing, and the song later won an Ivor Novello award. The song’s mysterious character, Major Tom, has become a recurrent theme throughout Bowie’s work and career, being revisited in the song ‘Ashes To Ashes’.

For all the information on the Space Oddity EP and application visit here:

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