Two Classic David Bowie Records Will Be Re-Released For Record Store Day

first_imgAs Record Store Day is fast approaching, vinyl appreciators continue to build excitement as various artists announce their participation. The late great David Bowie will throw his name onto that list, as his estate is re-issuing two classic Bowie records for the occasion.Come April 16th, a picture disc version of the single “TVC15” and of the album The Man Who Sold The World will be available for purchase. The “TVC15” single was the 2nd track from Bowie’s 1976 album Station To Station, with “Golden Years” coming out as the leading single. On the B-side of the new release will be “Wild Is The Wind,” a 2010 single making its vinyl debut. You can see this picture disc release in the image above.Meanwhile, 1970 album The Man Who Sold The World will also get the picture disc treatment. According to the press release, “this picture disc features the original German LP fold out round cover with artwork designed by Witt of Hamburg. The sleeve originally unfolded to reveal two foot wide circular images of those featured here on the picture disc… The original version of this release is the rarest of the Mercury versions of the album, which include the ‘Dress Sleeve’ and the ‘Cartoon/Cowboy Cover’.”See the image below:last_img