Set to appear to coincide with the hoo-hah around the anniversary of the moon landings, the re-release consists of all eight sonic stems of the Thin White Duke’s peerless study of isolation Space Oddity. These can then be reconfigured into something new by creative sorts using the iKlaz app or their own audio editing software.
Alternatively, if you’re not terribly musically inclined you’re also catered for. A simple shake of your iPhone will create a mix of the song at random.
We’re keen to see what users come up when it arrives on iTunes on July 20th. But it’s hard to see how anything the public creates could be quite as strange as otherwordly as the original mix.
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