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Last chance to win 40th Anniversary starter pack

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on April 28, 2014

 

“If we can sparkle he may land tonight”

 

If you’ve not already seen it, there are only a few hours left for your chance to win three David Bowie 40th Anniversary picture discs, courtesy of Parlophone Records.

The records up for grabs are: John, I’m Only Dancing, Drive-In Saturday and Life On Mars? That’s a third of the discs so far released to help you get started.

The contest ends at midnight UK time today (appropriately enough, the 42nd birthday of the original Starman 45 in the UK) and you can enter here right now.

In case you can’t read it in our montage, the text in the 1972 US “David Bowie Is The Starman” advert reads thus...

 

“He's thin and he’s English. He's got orange hair and he sings and plays electric guitar. He's got a hit record called “Starman” which is from his new album called “The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.” David Bowie. He’s Ziggy Stardust and he's beautiful.”

 

And who here could disagree with that, even if it is 42 years later?

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    28 April 2014
    Last chance to win 40th Anniversary starter pack

     

    “If we can sparkle he may land tonight”

     

    If you’ve not already seen it, there are only a few hours left for your chance to win three David Bowie 40th Anniversary picture discs, courtesy of Parlophone Records.

    The records up for grabs are: John, I’m Only Dancing, Drive-In Saturday and Life On Mars? That’s a third of the discs so far released to help you get started.

    The contest ends at midnight UK time today (appropriately enough, the 42nd birthday of the original Starman 45 in the UK) and you can enter here right now.

    In case you can’t read it in our montage, the text in the 1972 US “David Bowie Is The Starman” advert reads thus...

     

    “He's thin and he’s English. He's got orange hair and he sings and plays electric guitar. He's got a hit record called “Starman” which is from his new album called “The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.” David Bowie. He’s Ziggy Stardust and he's beautiful.”

     

    And who here could disagree with that, even if it is 42 years later?