David Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ To Make Debut In Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio

Parlophone Records has announced a Dolby Atmos spatial audio version of the 1972 David Bowie album, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, will be available on Blu-Ray Audio and streaming services on September 6.

It is available to pre-order at https://davidbowie.lnk.to/RocknRollStar

The Blu-Ray audio disc features four iterations of the album: 2024 Dolby Atmos mix, 2024 Stereo Mix (96 khz / 24-bit pcm), original 1972 Stereo Mix – 2012 remaster (192 khz / 24-bit pcm), and original 1972 Stereo Mix – 2012 remaster (48 khz / 24-bit pcm).

The Atmos version of the album was mixed by Emre Ramazanoglu and Ken Scott at RAK Studios, London.

Scott says, “You’re in there with the act, with David. He was so theatrical I think being able to put him into an immersive place makes this a really good choice for an Atmos mix. My whole philosophy with this has been to make it more like a live experience. And I’ve even got him moving about the stage a little towards the end, the way he would have in real life. Hopefully, it just feels as if you’re in the theatre with this amazing show going on.”

Parlophone Records also announced that David Bowie Rock ‘N’ Roll Star, a 5CD and 1 Blu-Ray Audio set chronicling Bowie’s journey through the creation of the Ziggy Stardust character and the recording of the iconic album, will be released on June 14.

It contains 29 unreleased tracks; covers early songwriting demos; recordings from David’s band, The Arnold Corns; rehearsals at Bowie’s then-home, Haddon Hall; BBC sessions; singles; live performances and outtakes and alternative versions from the original album recording sessions,

It is available to pre-order at https://lnk.to/I0TZq8ms.

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