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Download Horrors' Suffragette City And Watch Video

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on November 10, 2011

You know my Suffragette City, Is outta sight...

Nicely-timed for the year of the 35th anniversary of the original David Bowie single release, (07.09.2011 NEWS: SUFFRAGETTE CITY 45 IS THIRTY FIVE AND IMMORTAL) The Horrors, on a seemingly ever-upward trajectory, have covered Suffragette City for the second series of Channel 4's On Track with SEAT.

The recording, which was completed in one take straight onto vinyl at London’s Metropolis Studios, is an enthusiastic and fairly faithful rendition of Bowie’s original 1972 version, albeit with one glaring omission.

The silly buggers obviously forgot to include that immortal line, (as mentioned in the original advert above) "Wham Bam, Thank You Ma'am!" ...at least, that's how it seems. Why else would you leave it out?

Anyway, you can view the video and download the audio of the recording from the On Track Facebook page here.

Above is the cover artwork for the release, which, while seemingly abstract, could easily be a cheap copy of a bit of Ziggy clobber fabric...appropriately enough.

Total Blam Blam - (BowieNet News Editor)

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    10 November 2011
    Download Horrors' Suffragette City And Watch Video

    You know my Suffragette City, Is outta sight...

    Nicely-timed for the year of the 35th anniversary of the original David Bowie single release, (07.09.2011 NEWS: SUFFRAGETTE CITY 45 IS THIRTY FIVE AND IMMORTAL) The Horrors, on a seemingly ever-upward trajectory, have covered Suffragette City for the second series of Channel 4's On Track with SEAT.

    The recording, which was completed in one take straight onto vinyl at London’s Metropolis Studios, is an enthusiastic and fairly faithful rendition of Bowie’s original 1972 version, albeit with one glaring omission.

    The silly buggers obviously forgot to include that immortal line, (as mentioned in the original advert above) "Wham Bam, Thank You Ma'am!" ...at least, that's how it seems. Why else would you leave it out?

    Anyway, you can view the video and download the audio of the recording from the On Track Facebook page here.

    Above is the cover artwork for the release, which, while seemingly abstract, could easily be a cheap copy of a bit of Ziggy clobber fabric...appropriately enough.

    Total Blam Blam - (BowieNet News Editor)