Two limited edition David Bowie vinyl reissues announced

Aladdin Sane and CHANGESTWOBOWIE will be available in April

Parlophone Records will be releasing two limited edition David Bowie vinyl reissues in April. CHANGESTWOBOWIE will be reissued on the April 13th and Aladdin Sane will be released April 20th, 45 years to the day since the original release date.

CHANGESTWOBOWIE will be remastered on CD in a digipak sleeve as well as a 180-gram vinyl edition available randomly on its initial limited run in black and blue vinyl before reverting solely to black vinyl. The album will also be available in high-resolution 192/24 and 96/24 digital and standard digital for streaming and download. This follow up to Bowie’s hugely successful first Best Of compilation CHANGESONEBOWIE, has not officially been available since the late 1980s. Featuring iconic cover photography by Greg Gorman, it was first released in 1981 and was only briefly available on CD in 1985 but has long since been deleted.

This strictly limited one run only silver vinyl edition of Aladdin Sane will contain Ken Scott’s approved 2013 remaster. Previously thought to have been issued on April 13, 1973, new evidence has come to light that proves the release date was officially the 20th, but being Good Friday in the UK, the album was ‘made available’ on the 19th. This silver vinyl edition of Aladdin Sane will only be available to ‘bricks and mortar’ retail stores and not through on-line stores.

Aladdin Sane

  1. Watch That Man
  2. Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?)
  3. Drive-In Saturday
  4. Panic In Detroit
  5. Cracked Actor
  6. Time
  7. The Prettiest Star
  8. Let’s Spend The Night Together
  9. The Jean Genie
  10. Lady Grinning Soul

CHANGESTWOBOWIE

  1. Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?)
  2. Oh! You Pretty Things
  3. Starman
  4. 1984
  5. Ashes To Ashes*
  6. Sound And Vision
  7. Fashion*
  8. Wild Is The Wind
  9. John, I’m Only Dancing (Again) 1975
  10. D.J.*

*Single versions

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