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MOV to issue 'hours...' on limited vinyl next month

on May 19, 2015


“Waiting so long, I've been waiting so, waiting so”


It is with much pleasure that we can exclusively announce a release that many of you have been waiting to get your ears on for the past sixteen years.

On June 15th, Music On Vinyl (@musiconvinyl) will issue David Bowie’s 'hours...', the first time the album has received an official release on vinyl.

We'll leave you with the details, but you can read more about the release here.





1LP, 180 GRAM

3mm sleeve


• 180 gram audiophile vinyl

• 20-page booklet

• Available on vinyl for the first time!

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Let’s Dance limited edition yellow vinyl 7" for ACMI

on May 18, 2015


“And the discs were small and yellow”


July 16th 2015 sees the release of a limited edition yellow vinyl Let’s Dance 7" to celebrate the opening of David Bowie is at the Australian Centre For The Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne.

Originally released in March 1983, Let’s Dance (the video of which was famously shot in Australia), is the title track of the worldwide smash hit album. The A side is the single edit, while the AA side is a previously unavailable on vinyl live version of the track recorded in Vancouver in Canada in September 1983, during the Serious Moonlight tour.

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Lodger album is 36, listen again now

on May 18, 2015


“And it won’t be forgotten”


Though a Top 5 album, Lodger is frequently referred to by many as underrated or overlooked. But surely this 1979 release is now appreciated by a much wider audience than it was when it was first released 36 years ago. (May 18th in the UK)

Packed with absolute gems, this Bowie/Visconti-produced LP is a true Bowie classic and is the final release in the so-called (albeit misleading), Berlin Trilogy.

If you’re not familiar with Lodger, you really should be and here’s the brilliant evidence why on Spotify


FOOTNOTE: It seems the Bowie/Boshier designed gatefold

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NHC back in the Official UK Album Chart Top 40

on May 17, 2015


“Someone’s back in town”


Nothing Has Changed - The Very Best of David Bowie, has re-entered the Official UK Album Chart at #40.

The Top 10 album climbed five places from last week’s positon of 45, with sales possibly being reactivated by the success of the #1 RSD picture disc 45, Changes, which appears on the album.

Among other things that may have nudged the album back into the Top 40, was the use of Moonage Daydream (also on NHC, but not on the vinyl), in the trailer for Channel 4’s excellent Grayson Perry's Dream House which aired on Sunday evening.

Grayson himself likes a bit of

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Heathen and Reality audiophile vinyl due via Friday Music

on May 14, 2015


“Blue, blue, translucent blue”


Due via Friday Music on June 23 is a translucent blue 180g audiophile vinyl pressing of Heathen, to be followed shortly thereafter by a clear vinyl issue of Reality.

Both albums were mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and pressed at RTI. They will be presented in beautiful tri-fold sleeves featuring elements from the original artwork.

Due to the overwhelming global demand for vinyl, that June 23 date for Heathen may be adjusted. We will give you the definite date for Reality as soon as we have it.

You can pre-order Heathen here now.

Stay tuned