- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 23 July 2019, 1:51PM
In 1969, David Bowie wrote one of the greatest rock and roll hits of all time, 'Space Oddity.'
Now, 50 years later, a new remix has been released to celebrate the late musician's anniversary of the track - and it still gives us chills!
The accompanying Tim Pope-directed music video features rare never-before-seen footage of Bowie performing at his 50th birthday concert at Madison Square Garden in 1997.
It is also cut with studio-shot clips produced for the backdrop of his 1990’s Sound & Vision tour.
According to Rolling Stone, the video was premiered at a commemorative NASA event at The Kennedy Center in Washington over the weekend.
The new version of 'Space Oddity' - which was mixed by Bowie's longtime collaborator Tony Visconti - features on the 50th anniversary double 7-inch box set which was released earlier this month.
Meanwhile, it has also been announced that Mattel are releasing a Ziggy Stardust-inspired Barbie to celebrate the song's half-century.
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