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‘Life on Mars?’ by David Bowie was first released in 1971 on the album Hunky Dory and also as a single reaching No.3 in 1973. While on tour in 1990, Bowie introduced the song by saying "You fall in love, you write a love song. This is a love song.” Mick Rock filmed and directed a promotional video backstage at Earls Court on 12 May 1973 to accompany the release of the song as a single. It features a heavily made-up Bowie performing the song solo against a white backdrop, in a turquoise ‘ice-blue’ suit designed by Freddi Buretti.
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