New David Bowie album announced

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If you are a fan of this chameleon artist, Waiting In The Sky It is an object that you should have in your collection.

Within the framework of the 77th celebration of the birth of David Bowieit is announced that this year an unreleased LP inspired by the era of Ziggy Stardust. It will be released on April 20 for the Record Store Day (Record Store Day) and will include both new versions of classics from the album, as well as songs that did not appear on the original.

Waiting In The Sky (Before The Starman Came To Earth) is a set of recordings from the 1/4” stereo tapes of Trident Studios in 1971, offering performances of most of the songs that would later make up the iconic album Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars (1972). So this limited edition vinyl will have a tracklist distinct.

Four songs that did not appear on the final album are added to the new track list, as well as a version of “Round And Round” of Chuck Berry; Below we leave you the complete list.

Side A:

“Five Years”

“Soul Love”

“Moonage Daydream”

“Round And Round”


B side:

“Hang On To Yourself”

“Ziggy Stardust”

“Velvet Goldmine”

“Holy Holy”


“Lady Stardust”

It should be noted that in the Record Store Day a lot of rarities have been released bowie. For example, handwritten sheets containing corrections, drafts, and notes on your topics “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide” and “Suffragette City”which appeared on the LP Ziggy Stardust.

Definitely David Bowie It changed the way we make and appreciate music. Even after his death, he keeps the illusion of art and creation alive, thanks to his legacy. And what better than to celebrate his incredible talent with new material.


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