Spying through a Keyhole will feature an alternate version of Space Oddity, as well as nine previously unreleased recordings.
David Bowie fans are in for a treat this year as a posthumous vinyl boxset is coming out, according to the deceased legend’s Twitter account. Called Spying through a Keyhole, the boxset will feature nine recordings that have never been released before, as well as an alternate version of Space Oddity, with different lyrics.
On what would have been David Bowie’s 72nd birthday we are excited to announce that Parlophone is set to release Spying Through A Keyhole, nine rare recordings from the era during which Space Oddity was first conceived. Read more about the collection here: https://t.co/JwDtu4Ibv4 pic.twitter.com/AT9gHPtIOw— David Bowie Official (@DavidBowieReal) January 8, 2019
Meanwhile, in other Bowie news, actor Gary Oldman is to provide users of the upcoming David Bowie Is… app with narration. The app will be based on the David Bowie Is… exhibition, which premiered at London’s V&A Museum in 2013.