‘Aladdin Sane,’ Another David Bowie Seminal Album, is Getting a Special Reissue

It's the album’s 50th anniversary

A number of sources report that Aladdin Sane, the landmark 1973 album from David Bowie, is getting the reissue treatment for its 50th anniversary. On April 14th, the record will be re-released on a half-speed mastered LP, as well as a picture disc LP pressed from the same master.

Actually, it was Bowie’s first album to reach the US charts and it included hit singles such as “The Jean Genie” and “Drive-In Saturday.”

The Consequence of Sound notes that, as one of the final examples of his Ziggy Stardust persona before he was “laid to rest” in July 1973, Aladdin Sane also boasts perhaps the most iconic cover art in Bowie’s mammoth discography, and arguably one of the most recognizable album covers of all time.

Along with this LP version, there will be an array of limited Aladdin Sane-themed merch including apparel, posters, water bottles, stickers, and much more.

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