David bowie Space Oddity (1972)

David Bowie’s second studio album ,released under that title by Philips in the UK, and by Mercury in the US as Man of Words/Man of Music. It was later rereleased by RCA as Space Oddity but reverted to the original, eponymous, title for a 2009 reissue. Regarding its mix of folk, balladry and prog rock, NME editors Roy Carr and Charles Shaar Murray have said, “Some of it belonged in ’67 and some of it in ’72, but in 1969 it all seemed vastly incongruous. Basically, David Bowie can be viewed in retrospect as all that Bowie had been and a little of what he would become, all jumbled up and fighting for control…”

Track listing
All songs written and composed by David Bowie.

1. “Space Oddity” 5:16
2. “Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed” 6:12
3. “(Don’t Sit Down)” (On subsequent re-releases, the track was appended to “Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed”, and on the Space Oddity reissue, this track was removed completely.) 0:42
4. “Letter to Hermione” 2:36
5. “Cygnet Committee” 9:35
6. “Janine” 3:25
7. “An Occasional Dream” 3:01
8. “Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” 4:52
9. “God Knows I’m Good” 3:21
10. “Memory of a Free Festival” 7:09

”david-bowie-SPACE-ODDITY-BACK”

2009 bonus disc.

01 “Space Oddity” (Demo version) – 5:10 different from the demo released on Sound + Vision, 2003
02 “An Occasional Dream” (Demo version) – 2:49
03 “Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” (B-side of “Space Oddity”, 1969) – 4:56 previously released on Sound + Vision, 2003
Brian Matthew interviews David / “Let Me Sleep Beside You” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. (Dave Lee Travis Show), 1969) – 4:45 previously released on Bowie at the Beeb, 2000
04 “Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. Show, 1969) – 3:54
05 “Janine” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. Show, 1969) – 3:02 previously released on Bowie at the Beeb, 2000
06 “London Bye Ta–Ta” (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on Sound + Vision, 2003
07 “The Prettiest Star” (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, 1997
08 “Conversation Piece” (Stereo version) – 3:06
09 “Memory of a Free Festival (Part 1)” (Single A-side) – 4:01 previously released on EMI/Rykodisc reissue of Space Oddity, 1990
“Memory of a Free Festival (Part 2)” (Single B-side) – 3:30 previously released on EMI/Rykodisc reissue of Space Oddity, 1990
10 “Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” (Alternate album mix) – 4:45
11 “Memory of a Free Festival” (Alternate album mix) – 9:22
12 “London Bye Ta–Ta” (Alternate stereo mix) – 2:34
13 “Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola” (Bowie (music), Ivan Mogul (lyric)) (Full-length stereo version) – 5:14

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Composition
Still one of David Bowie’s best-known songs, “Space Oddity” was a largely acoustic number augmented by the eerie tones of the composer’s Stylophone, a pocket electronic organ. The title and subject matter were inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and introduced the character of Major Tom. Some commentators have also seen the song as a metaphor for heroin use, citing the opening countdown as analogous to the drug’s passage down the needle prior to the euphoric ‘hit’, and noting Bowie’s admission of a “silly flirtation with smack” in 1968.His 1980 hit “Ashes to Ashes” declared “We know Major Tom’s a junkie”.

“Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed” reflected a strong Bob Dylan influence,with its harmonica, edgy guitar sound and snarling vocal. “Letter to Hermione” was a farewell ballad to Bowie’s former girlfriend, Hermione Farthingale, who was also the object of “An Occasional Dream”,a gentle folk tune reminiscent of the singer’s 1967 debut album. “God Knows I’m Good”, Bowie’s observational tale of a shoplifter’s plight, also recalled his earlier style.

“Cygnet Committee” has been called Bowie’s “first true masterpiece”.Commonly regarded as the album track most indicative of the composer’s future direction, its lead character is a messianic figure “who breaks down barriers for his younger followers, but finds that he has only provided them with the means to reject and destroy him”.Bowie himself described it at the time as a put down of hippies who seemed ready to follow any charismatic leader.Another track cited as foreshadowing themes to which Bowie would return in the 1970s, in this case the fracturing of personality, was “Janine”, which featured the words “But if you took an axe to me, you’d kill another man not me at all”.

The Buddhism-influenced “Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” was presented in a heavily expanded form compared to the original guitar-and-cello version on the B-side of the “Space Oddity” single; the album cut featured a 50-piece orchestra and was also notable for Mick Ronson’s debut on a Bowie record, playing uncredited guitar and handclaps midway through the song.“Memory of a Free Festival” was Bowie’s reminiscence of an arts festival he had organised in August 1969. Its drawn-out fade/chorus (“The Sun Machine is coming down / And we’re gonna have a party”) was compared to The Beatles’ “Hey Jude”;the song has also been interpreted as a derisive comment on the counterculture it was ostensibly celebrating.The background vocals for the crowd finale featured Bob Harris, his wife Sue, Tony Woollcott and Marc Bolan among other people.In 1970 Bowie cut the tune in half for the A- and B-sides of a more rock-oriented version featuring the band that would accompany him on The Man Who Sold the World later that year: Mick Ronson, Tony Visconti and Mick Woodmansey – an embryonic form of Ziggy Stardust’s Spiders From Mars.

Production and release
Held to be “the first Bowie album proper”,and his first deemed worthy by record companies of regular reissue, David Bowie featured a notable list of collaborators, including session players Herbie Flowers, Tim Renwick, Terry Cox, and Rick Wakeman, as well as cellist Paul Buckmaster, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tony Visconti, and bassist John Lodge (not to be confused with The Moody Blues’ bassist of the same name). Before recording for the album commenced at Trident Studios, the song “Space Oddity” had been selected as the lead single based on an earlier demo.Tim Renwick, John ‘Honk’ Lodge, Mick Wayne and John Cambridge – all from the band ‘Junior’s Eyes’ – featured on the album sessions and briefly served as Bowie’s backing band for live appearances and on an October 1969 BBC Radio session.Visconti saw it as a “novelty record” and passed the production responsibility on to Gus Dudgeon.He thus produced all the songs on the album bar what would become, from its 1972 reissue onwards, the title track.

Although the opening song had given Bowie a No. 5 hit in the UK earlier in the year, the remainder of the material bore little resemblance to it and the album was a commercial failure on its initial release, despite some decent reviews.However the November 1972 reissue, released in the wake of Bowie’s breakthrough The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars and featuring a contemporary Ziggy photo on the cover, made No. 17 in the UK charts and No. 16 in the United States.

Cover art
The original UK David Bowie LP cover artwork showed a facial portrait of Bowie exposed on top of a work by artist Victor Vasarely with blue and violet spots on a green background.[14] The same portrait was used on the US Mercury LP Man of Words/Man of Music, but on a plain blue background. When the album was re-released as Space Oddity in 1972 by RCA, a more recent portrait from the Ziggy Stardust period was displayed on the front cover.For the 1999 CD reissue the original UK cover was restored, although the new title was added under the portrait to avoid further confusion. The 2009 40th Anniversary edition also uses the original UK cover, but reverts to the original green tint and ‘David Bowie’ title.

Release history
Region Date Title Label Format Catalog
UK 1969 David Bowie Philips Stereo LP SBL 7912
USA 1969 Man of Words/Man of Music Mercury Stereo LP 61246
USA 1972 Space Oddity RCA Stereo LP LSP 4813
USA 1972 Space Oddity RCA Stereo 7 inch open reel tape EPPA 4813-C

7″ open reel tape releases
There was only one release of Space Oddity on open reel, in 1972 duplicated by Magtec, North Hollywood, CA 91605. This is a high speed 7.5 ips release. RCA is the only known company Bowie has been assigned to that released his albums in this format, and only in the US, though imports into other regions may have occurred.

CD releases
Space Oddity was first released on CD by RCA in 1984. In keeping with the 1972 RCA LP release, “Don’t Sit Down” remained missing. The German (for the European market) and Japanese (for the US market) masters were sourced from different tapes and are not identical for each region.

In 1990, the album was reissued by Rykodisc/EMI with an expanded track listing including a restored “Don’t Sit Down” as well as “Conversation Piece” and the two-part re-recording of “Memory of a Free Festival” that had been released as a single in 1970.

1990 bonus tracks
“Conversation Piece” (Single B-side of “The Prettiest Star”), 1970 – 3:05
“Memory of a Free Festival Part 1” (Single version A-side), 1970 – 3:59
“Memory of a Free Festival Part 2” (1970 single version B-side), 1970 – 3:31

1999 remaster
The album was reissued again in 1999 by EMI/Virgin, without bonus tracks but with 24-bit digitally remastered sound and retaining the original “Don’t Sit Down”. The Japanese mini LP replicates the cover of the original Philips LP.

2009 special edition
In 2009, the album was released as a 2CD special edition by EMI/Virgin as David Bowie with the original cover art, with the first disc containing nine tracks and the second disc a collection of unreleased demos, stereo versions and previously released B-sides and BBC session tracks.

2009 bonus disc
All songs written by David Bowie, unless otherwise indicated.

“Space Oddity” (Demo version) – 5:10 different from the demo released on Sound + Vision, 2003
“An Occasional Dream” (Demo version) – 2:49
“Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” (B-side of “Space Oddity”, 1969) – 4:56 previously released on Sound + Vision, 2003
Brian Matthew interviews David / “Let Me Sleep Beside You” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. (Dave Lee Travis Show), 1969) – 4:45 previously released on Bowie at the Beeb, 2000
“Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. Show, 1969) – 3:54
“Janine” (BBC Radio session D.L.T. Show, 1969) – 3:02 previously released on Bowie at the Beeb, 2000
“London Bye Ta–Ta” (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on Sound + Vision, 2003
“The Prettiest Star” (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, 1997
“Conversation Piece” (Stereo version) – 3:06
“Memory of a Free Festival (Part 1)” (Single A-side) – 4:01 previously released on EMI/Rykodisc reissue of Space Oddity, 1990
“Memory of a Free Festival (Part 2)” (Single B-side) – 3:30 previously released on EMI/Rykodisc reissue of Space Oddity, 1990
“Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud” (Alternate album mix) – 4:45
“Memory of a Free Festival” (Alternate album mix) – 9:22
“London Bye Ta–Ta” (Alternate stereo mix) – 2:34
“Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola” (Bowie (music), Ivan Mogul (lyric)) (Full-length stereo version) – 5:14

Personnel
David Bowie – vocals, 12-string guitar, acoustic guitar, Stylophone, Kalimba
Rick Wakeman – mellotron, electric harpsichord, keyboards
Terry Cox – drums
Tim Renwick – electric guitar
Keith Christmas – acoustic guitar
Mick Wayne – guitar
Tony Visconti – bass guitar, flute, recorder
Herbie Flowers – bass guitar
Benny Marshall and friends – harmonica
Paul Buckmaster – cello

SINGLE RELEASE
“Space Oddity” Released: 11 July 1969
“Memory of a Free Festival” Released: 12 June 1970

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“Memory of a Free Festival” is a 1970 single by David Bowie. The song had originally been recorded in September 1969[1] as a seven-minute opus for Bowie’s second self-titled album (reissued as Space Oddity in 1972). It was reworked in March-April 1970[2] at the behest of Mercury Records, the label believing that the track had a better chance of success as a single than “The Prettiest Star”, released earlier in the year. Bowie and Tony Visconti roughly split the track in half, re-recording it so both halves could function as individual songs. A more rock-orientated version than the earlier album cut,[3] this rendition marked guitarist Mick Ronson’s and drummer Mick Woodmansey’s studio debut with Bowie’s band, bringing together the line-up that would shortly record The Man Who Sold the World.

Biographer David Buckley described “Memory of a Free Festival” as “a sort of trippy retake of the Stones’ ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ but with a smiley lyric”.[4] The track was written as a homage to the Free Festival, organised by the Beckenham Arts Lab, which was held at Croydon Road Recreation Ground in Beckenham on 16 August 1969.[5]

Released in America in June 1970, it was commercially unsuccessful; only a few hundred copies sold. It was also issued in the UK, but was similarly unsuccessful.

Versions (158)
Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips, Philips, Philips SBL 7912, SBL.7912, 852 146 BY UK 1969
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips BY 852146 New Zealand 1969
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips SBL 7912 Netherlands 1969
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips PDS 339 Australia 1969
Man Of Words/Man Of Music ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury SR 61246 US 1969
Man Of Words/Man Of Music ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat) Mercury SR 61246 US 1969
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips 58 52 146 Spain 1970
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips, Philips PST 5148, 852 146 Y South Africa 1970
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album) Philips 852 146 BY/P Italy 1970
Man Of Words/Man Of Music ‎(LP, Album, RP, Gat) Mercury SR 61246 US 1970
Space Oddity ‎(LP, S/Sided, TP, W/Lbl) RCA bprs-4501 US 1971
Space Oddity ‎(8-Trk, Album, RE) RCA P8S-2101 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(8-Trk, Album, RE, whi) RCA P8S-2101 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA PK-2101 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA AQK1-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA PK 2101 UK 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Canada 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Canada 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA LSP-4813 Uruguay 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA LSAP-4813 Germany 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Promo, RE) RCA LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LSP-4813, LSP 4813 Germany 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP 4813 New Zealand 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor 38-451 South Africa 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Canada 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 UK 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Australia 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Australia 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Australia 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 UK 1972
Space Oddity ‎(LP, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1972
Space Oddity ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7″ Reel, Album) RCA Victor EPPA 4813-C US 1972
Space Oddity = Odisea Espacial ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) RCA 678 Spain 1973
Space Oddity [Odisea Espacial] ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA LSP-4813 Spain 1973
Space Oddity ‎(8-Trk, Album, RE) RCA P8S-2101 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA PK-2101 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Records RCA-6067 Japan 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LSP4813 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor 461008 France 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Promo) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LPVS-1365 Venezuela 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 US 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) Melodi Plak 425 Turkey 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Italy 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RP) RCA Victor, RCA Victor 461008, 461.008 France 1973
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Israel 1974
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA PK-2101 Canada 1976
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA RVP-6124 Japan 1976
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) RCA, RCA PG – 109, AFL – 4813 Japan 1978
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RP) RCA Victor, RCA Victor 461008, 461.008 France 1978
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor AQL1-4813 US 1980
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA LSP-4813 UK 1980
Space Oddity (Odisea Espacial) ‎(Cass, Album, RE) RCA 678 Spain 1981
Space Oddity (Odisea Espacial) ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 Spain 1982
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA AFL1-4813 US 1983
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA PL 14813 Portugal 1983
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor 461.008 France 1983
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA PD 84813 Europe 1984
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA Victor PCD1-4813 US 1984
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RE) RCA PK 84813 UK & Europe 1984
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA PL 84813 Europe 1984
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA RPL-3048 Japan 1986
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE) EMI TOCP-6202 Japan 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Rykodisc RCD 10131 Canada 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Rykodisc RCD 10131 US 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Club) Rykodisc RCD 10131 US 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RE) EMI 276 7918354 Spain 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RE, RM) Ryko Analogue RACS 0131 Canada 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI TCEMC 3571, TC-EMC 3571 UK 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RM) EMI, EMI 264-7918354, 264 7918354 Europe 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RM) EMI 276-7918354 Spain 1990
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RM) Ryko Analogue RACS 0131-2 US 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP + LP, S/Sided) Ryko Analogue RALP 0131 US 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Gat) EMI, EMI 064-7918351, EMC 3571 Greece 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Cle + LP, S/Sided, Comp, L) Ryko Analogue RALP 0131-2 US 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) EMI, EMI 064-79 1835 1, 0647 91835 1 Germany 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat) EMI, EMI Italiana S.p.A. 647918351 Italy 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat) EMI 076-79 1835 1 Spain 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat) EMI 066 791835 1 Brazil 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RM, Gat) EMI EKPL 0216 – EMC 3571 South Korea 1990
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RM, Gat) EMI EMC 3571 UK 1990
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE) EMI TOCP-8861 Japan 1996
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) Virgin 7243 521898 0 9 US 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI, EMI 7243 5 21898 0 9, 521 8980 UK & Europe 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI 7249 521898 0 9 Australia 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) Virgin 7243 521898 0 9 US 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI, EMI 7243 521898 0 9, 521 8980 UK & Europe 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI 7243 521898 0 9 Argentina 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI TOCP-65305 Japan 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Enh) EMI Music Canada, EMI 7243 521898 0 9 Canada 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) ArsNova AN99-0367 Russia 1999
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RM, Enh, Club) Virgin 7243 521898 0 9 US 1999
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) Simply Vinyl SVLP 263 Europe 2000
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso S.p.A. GR07 Italy 2004
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) EMI TOCP-53540 Japan 2005
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) EMI TOCP-70141 Japan 2007
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RM, RE) EMI TOCP-70141 US 2007
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp + Mono, Ltd, RM, Dig) EMI, EMI DBSOCD 40, 50999-307522-2-1 UK & Europe 2009
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) EMI TOCP-95041 Japan 2009
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE + CD, Comp, Promo + RM) Virgin, EMI DBSOCD 40, 50999-307522-2-1 US 2009
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM) Virgin, EMI DBSOCD 40, 50999-307522-2-1 US 2009
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) EMI, EMI DBSOLP 40, 50999-307530-1-3 UK & Europe 2009
Space Oddity (40th Anniversary Edition) ‎(2xCDr, Album, Promo) EMI Music Catalogue Marketing none UK 2009
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore none, DB 10 02 Italy 2010
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM, RP) EMI, EMI 7243 521898 0 9, 521 8980 UK & Europe 2010
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Blu) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK 2011
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK 2011
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI TOCP-53540 Japan 2012
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RM, 180) Parlophone 791410 US 2013
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red) RCA LSP 4813 UK 2014
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM, RP) Parlophone 7243 5 21898 0 9 Europe 2014
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Parlophone WPCR-80085 Japan 2014
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Bro) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK 2014
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK 2014
David Bowie ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Parlophone (2) DBSOCD 40 Russia 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RE + Mono, Ltd, RM, Dig) Parlophone, Parlophone DBSOCD 40, 50999-307522-2-1 UK & Europe 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Parlophone RPR2-218988 US 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Parlophone 0825646283453 Europe 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Parlophone 2564628345 Australia 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD, Album, RM) Parlophone 2564-62834-5 Argentina 2015
David Bowie ‎(CD-ROM, Album, RM) Warner Music WPCR-16704 Japan 2015
Man Of Words / Man Of Music ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu) Parlophone DBISHLP 2015 Netherlands 2015
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Pin) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK 2015
David Bowie ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone 0825646287390, DB69731, DB 69731 UK & Europe 2016
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE, RM) Rykodisc RCD 10131 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) EMI, EMI 7243 5 21898 0 9, 521 8980 UK & Europe Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM) Parlophone 218988-PRL2 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Rykodisc RCD 10131 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) EMI, EMI CDP 79 1835 2, CDEMC 3571 UK & Europe Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Rykodisc (2) RCD 10131 Russia Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album) RCA Victor PK 2101 New Zealand Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(Cass, Album, RE) RCA PK 2101 UK Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA LSP-4813 Italy Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor, RCA LSP-4813 Canada Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LSP-4813, 26.21099 Germany Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA, RCA PL 84813, LSP 4813 Germany Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor RCLP 20165, MAL-RCLP 20165, LSP-4813, AFL 1-4813 Greece Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LSP 4813, 26.21099 Germany Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor AFL1-4813 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP-4813 UK Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA AQL1-4813 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor 461008 France Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA, RCA LSP-4813, LSP 4813 UK Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LSP-4813, 26.21099 Germany Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Victor LSP 4813 New Zealand Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Blu) RCA (2) LSP-4813 US Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Blu) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK Unknown
Space Oddity ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Gre) RCA Victor (2) LSP-4813 UK Unknown

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