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No Plan EP physical release due

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on February 06, 2017

 

“I’m lost in streams of sound”

 

~ DAVID BOWIE NO PLAN EP PHYSICAL RELEASE

~ AVAILABLE ON CD - FEBRUARY 24

~ BLACK VINYL 12" - APRIL 21

~ LIMITED EDITION MADE-TO-ORDER DIE-CUT WHITE VINYL 12" WITH EXCLUSIVE ARTWORK LITHOGRAPH - MAY 26

 

~ PRE-ORDERS FOR ALL VERSIONS LIVE NOW: http://smarturl.it/DavidBowieNoPlanEP

 

#BowieNoPlan  #BowieNoPlanEP

 

Featuring the three final David Bowie studio recordings made during the sessions for his 28th and final album, ★, the No Plan EP is now being made available as a CD and two special vinyl versions.

 

Previously released as the No Plan digital EP (and before that, available exclusively on the Lazarus Cast Album), the songs: “No Plan,” “Killing A Little Time” and “When I Met You”, along with Cast Album title track “Lazarus”, are now available for pre-order on special physical formats. This follows wishes from fans for CD and vinyl versions after the release of the digital EP.

 

The No Plan EP artwork has been designed by long-time Bowie collaborator Jonathan Barnbrook. Both vinyl configurations of the No Plan EP feature a special laser etching on side B.

 

All formats include the following tracks:

 

1) Lazarus

2) No Plan

3) Killing A Little Time

4) When I Met You

 

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NO PLAN EP CD DUE FEBRUARY 24

 

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NO PLAN EP BLACK VINYL 12" DUE APRIL 21

 

Heavyweight 180g black vinyl with special laser etching on side B.

 

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NO PLAN EP LIMITED EDITION WHITE VINYL 12" DUE MAY 26

 

This is an exclusive made-to-order, one-time-run, of a numbered die-cut package featuring heavyweight 180g white vinyl, with special laser etching on side B PLUS 12"x12" artwork lithograph.

 

Made-to-order means that this vinyl will be produced to satisfy the amount of orders received. Pre-orders will only be taken for a limited time, and though it makes sense to order early, the sleeve will be numbered randomly.

 

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One minute past midnight on January 8th, the day that would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, a subtly stunning video for the song “No Plan" surfaced quietly at http://smarturl.it/noplanvideo.  The “No Plan” video has amassed over 2,000,000 views since it’s January 8th premiere.  The “No Plan” clip was directed by Tom Hingston, whose previous collaborations with Bowie include the award-winning visual interpretation of the original version of “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)" from the Nothing Has Changed compilation. The “No Plan” video features a sparse, compelling narrative that reinforces the hypnotic pull of the ballad hailed by Rolling Stone—who ranked it #4 in their 50 Best Songs of 2016--as "a magnificent coda… one last transmission from the Bowie universe.”

 

In January, the No Plan digital EP reached #1 on the iTunes charts of 11 countries including the UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Finland and Sweden, and broke the Top 20 in more than 30 territories.

 

In the 12 months since the release of ★, the album has only grown in stature, establishing itself as a critical and commercial high point of David Bowie’s peerless catalogue. Having hit #1 in more than 20 countries (including Bowie's first #1 in the U.S.), ★ closed out 2016 with five Grammy nominations—Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Recording Package, and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical— as well as two Brit Awards nominations – British Male Solo Artist and British Album of the Year (★) – and top honors in critics' best of 2016 lists including #1 positions in the AV Club, Flavorwire, The Los Angeles Times, MOJO, Newsweek, Now, Paste, Q, The Wire, Uncut and more, #2 spots including the BBC, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, NPR and Rolling Stone, ultimately placing in the year-end lists of more major publications than any album released in 2016.

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    6 February 2017
    No Plan EP physical release due

     

    “I’m lost in streams of sound”

     

    ~ DAVID BOWIE NO PLAN EP PHYSICAL RELEASE

    ~ AVAILABLE ON CD - FEBRUARY 24

    ~ BLACK VINYL 12" - APRIL 21

    ~ LIMITED EDITION MADE-TO-ORDER DIE-CUT WHITE VINYL 12" WITH EXCLUSIVE ARTWORK LITHOGRAPH - MAY 26

     

    ~ PRE-ORDERS FOR ALL VERSIONS LIVE NOW: http://smarturl.it/DavidBowieNoPlanEP

     

    #BowieNoPlan  #BowieNoPlanEP

     

    Featuring the three final David Bowie studio recordings made during the sessions for his 28th and final album, ★, the No Plan EP is now being made available as a CD and two special vinyl versions.

     

    Previously released as the No Plan digital EP (and before that, available exclusively on the Lazarus Cast Album), the songs: “No Plan,” “Killing A Little Time” and “When I Met You”, along with Cast Album title track “Lazarus”, are now available for pre-order on special physical formats. This follows wishes from fans for CD and vinyl versions after the release of the digital EP.

     

    The No Plan EP artwork has been designed by long-time Bowie collaborator Jonathan Barnbrook. Both vinyl configurations of the No Plan EP feature a special laser etching on side B.

     

    All formats include the following tracks:

     

    1) Lazarus

    2) No Plan

    3) Killing A Little Time

    4) When I Met You

     

    + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +

     

    NO PLAN EP CD DUE FEBRUARY 24

     

    + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +

     

    NO PLAN EP BLACK VINYL 12" DUE APRIL 21

     

    Heavyweight 180g black vinyl with special laser etching on side B.

     

    + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +

     

    NO PLAN EP LIMITED EDITION WHITE VINYL 12" DUE MAY 26

     

    This is an exclusive made-to-order, one-time-run, of a numbered die-cut package featuring heavyweight 180g white vinyl, with special laser etching on side B PLUS 12"x12" artwork lithograph.

     

    Made-to-order means that this vinyl will be produced to satisfy the amount of orders received. Pre-orders will only be taken for a limited time, and though it makes sense to order early, the sleeve will be numbered randomly.

     

    + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +

     

    One minute past midnight on January 8th, the day that would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, a subtly stunning video for the song “No Plan" surfaced quietly at http://smarturl.it/noplanvideo.  The “No Plan” video has amassed over 2,000,000 views since it’s January 8th premiere.  The “No Plan” clip was directed by Tom Hingston, whose previous collaborations with Bowie include the award-winning visual interpretation of the original version of “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)" from the Nothing Has Changed compilation. The “No Plan” video features a sparse, compelling narrative that reinforces the hypnotic pull of the ballad hailed by Rolling Stone—who ranked it #4 in their 50 Best Songs of 2016--as "a magnificent coda… one last transmission from the Bowie universe.”

     

    In January, the No Plan digital EP reached #1 on the iTunes charts of 11 countries including the UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Finland and Sweden, and broke the Top 20 in more than 30 territories.

     

    In the 12 months since the release of ★, the album has only grown in stature, establishing itself as a critical and commercial high point of David Bowie’s peerless catalogue. Having hit #1 in more than 20 countries (including Bowie's first #1 in the U.S.), ★ closed out 2016 with five Grammy nominations—Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Recording Package, and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical— as well as two Brit Awards nominations – British Male Solo Artist and British Album of the Year (★) – and top honors in critics' best of 2016 lists including #1 positions in the AV Club, Flavorwire, The Los Angeles Times, MOJO, Newsweek, Now, Paste, Q, The Wire, Uncut and more, #2 spots including the BBC, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, NPR and Rolling Stone, ultimately placing in the year-end lists of more major publications than any album released in 2016.