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David Bowie releasing 2 limited edition discs

David Bowie releasing 2 limited edition discs

DAVID BOWIE: The rocker will release two limited editions on Record Store Day. Photo: Associated Press

David Bowie is to release two limited edition picture discs on Record Store Day next month.

British fans will be able to purchase a copy of “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide,” while 1984 will be available in America.

Public Enemy’s Chuck D has been named the official ambassador of Record Store Day 2014.

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