David Bowie releasing limited edition ‘Let’s Dance’ vinyl

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015. Filed under: Art Entertainment International Stars Music
David Bowie is releasing "Let's Dance" on 7" yellow vinyl as an ACMI exclusive. ©All rights reserved

David Bowie is releasing “Let’s Dance” on 7″ yellow vinyl as an ACMI exclusive.
©All rights reserved

(Relaxnews) – In honor of the arrival of “David Bowie is” in Melbourne, David Bowie is releasing an exclusive, limited edition 7″ of his 1983 single “Let’s Dance.”

The yellow vinyl edition will be out on July 16 as an exclusive to the Australian Centre For The Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, which will be hosting the exhibition.

On the A side is the single edit of the single, while the AA side features a version of the track recorded in Vancouver, Canada in September 1983 and previously unavailable on vinyl.

Just 550 copies will be available at ACMI, as will 500 copies of the limited edition “iSelect” LP on red vinyl, which sold out when it was made available in limited quantities at “David Bowie is” in Paris.

“David Bowie is” was created by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and has drawn more than 1 million visitors so far on its international tour. It opens in Melbourne on July 16.


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