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‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’: How Cambodia’s Angkor Wat Temple Influenced Key Set Design

Jazz Tangcay Artisans EditorSPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you haven’t watched the ninth episode of “The Man Who Fell to Earth” on Showtime.When production designer James Merifield first signed on to Showtime’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” he thought he might be traveling to Cambodia or some exotic jungle to build a key set on location. But then the pandemic happened, and he ended up building the key set for the season finale in the U.K., at Black Park in Slough.The series, a continuation of the novel written by Walter Tevis and the legendary film starring David Bowie released in 1976, stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as the alien humanoid Faraday who crashes his spacecraft deep in New Mexico.

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New ‘Fallout: London’ trailer reveals release window for “DLC-sized” mod
Fallout 4 mod Fallout: London has shown off some in-game footage and given the game a rough release date.The downloadable content sized mod for the Bethesda game is now set to release sometime in 2023, with the development team creating new quests, stories, and open-world environments to explore.You can check out the announcement trailer below.In the mod, players will be able to explore an original story in a post-apocalyptic London from the Fallout universe. Even though Fallout: London isn’t an official expansion to the franchise, the development team has previously stated that it wants to adhere to the series’ canon, and make sure that any new concepts feel like they fit within the franchise.Last month NME sat down with project lead Dean Carter, who revealed that Fallout: London will have original music written specifically for the mod, which will aim to parody classic British music like The Beatles and David Bowie.‘Nuclear Submarine’ will blend The Beatles with Fallout‘s signature atom punk culture, for example.Carter also revealed that Fallout franchise alums Ron Perlman and Liam Neeson were approached for the mod, with Perlman’s agent telling the group that it “couldn’t ever afford him,” whilst Neeson simply said he was no longer interested in doing work for the franchise.“Visiting a totally new setting allows for us to explore totally new cultures which have not homogenised with their American counterparts,” reads the trailer description.
Former Play School star Baroness Floella Benjamin says David Bowie and his ex-wife Angie ‘tried seducing her into their bed’
 David Bowie tried seducing her before she caught the admiring eye of his wife Angie.The former Play School presenter, 72, calimed she turned down a night of passion with the couple after they set their sights on her at their star-studded Christmas party in 1973.Baroness Floella claimed the Under Pressure singer, who was ‘at the height of his fame’ at the time, asked her: ‘Would you like to come upstairs with me? I want to offer you the world. ‘You can have anything you desire.’She adds that following the exchange, American actress, Angie, who had an open marriage with Bowie, propositioned her.Baroness Floella made the saucy revelations in her new book, What Are You Doing Here? My Autobiography, published earlier this month.She also reveals in the memoir that she has ‘joked ever since about the night I turned down David Bowie’.Floella was starring in Jesus Christ Superstar when a cast member who had worked as a backing singer of Bowie invited her to the party, which was held in Bowie and Angie’s Chelsea home that they shared with their son Duncan, now 51.Fellow guests included Sir Mick Jagger, Cat Stevens and Marc Bolan, which made Floella feel like ‘Alice in Wonderland’.She added in her book: ‘When David Bowie walked into the room, slim and charismatic, all eyes were drawn to him.
Listen to a previously unreleased version of David Bowie’s ‘Starman’
David Bowie‘s classic single ‘Starman’ has been shared to mark the 50th anniversary of the late icon’s fifth studio album, ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’.The seminal record, which also features the tracks ‘Five Years’, ‘Suffragette City’ and ‘Ziggy Stardust’, arrived on this date (June 16) in 1972.In celebration of its half century birthday, Parlophone Records has released ‘Starman (Top Of The Pops Version, 2022 Mix)’ ahead of a limited-edition, half-speed vinyl reissue of the aforementioned album that comes out tomorrow (June 17).In 1972, the Musicians Union rules stated that to appear on Top Of The Pops the artist must re-record their track and – in this case – sing live over the top.This previously unreleased version of ‘Starman’ takes the backing track (recorded at London’s Trident Studios) and backing vocals, featuring a one-off Bowie ad-lib ‘Hey Brown Cow’, recorded for the show.‘Starman (Top Of The Pops Version, 2022 Mix)’ was created by ‘Ziggy Stardust’ co-producer Ken Scott earlier this year from the BBC‘s original multi-tracks.The imminent 50th anniversary reissue of ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ will also be available as a picture disc, featuring the same master and a replica promotional poster for the album.Press materials hailed the original full-length project as “the breakthrough album that catapulted David Bowie into the international spotlight”, adding that it’s “remained a touchstone record, growing in stature with each passing year”.The full tracklist for the re-release is as follows: SIDE ONE‘Five Years’ ‘Soul Love’ ‘Moonage Daydream’ ‘Starman’ ‘It Ain’t Easy’ SIDE TWO‘Lady Stardust’  ‘Star’  ‘Hang On To Yourself’ ‘Ziggy Stardust’ ‘Suf
David Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ to get 50th anniversary re-release
David Bowie’s ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ is getting a special 50th anniversary re-release.The album turns 50 in June and to celebrate, it was announced that a special edition of the record from 1972 will be released via Parlophone Records on June 17.‘Ziggy Stardust’ will be issued as a limited edition 50th anniversary half speech mastered LP and a picture disk, featuring the same master and a replica promotional poster for the album.A press release added: “This new pressing…was cut on a customised late Neumann VMS80 lathe with fully recapped electronics from 192kHz restored masters of the original Trident Studios master tapes, with no additional processing on transfer. The half speed was cut by John Webber at AIR Studios.”It described the work as “the breakthrough album that catapulted David Bowie into the international spotlight” and says the album “has remained a touchstone record, growing in stature with each passing year.”You can watch a new lyric video for ‘Starman’, the release of which turned 50 yesterday (April 28).On the day that we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of the Starman 45, it is with pleasure that we can announce the issue of two 50th anniversary vinyl versions of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust album via Parlophone, on 17th June 2022.