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Beck is working on a remix of David Bowie‘s new single, ‘SEVEN’, nme.com can confirm.

The results are expected to form one of the bonus tracks on the the single, which is scheduled for release on June 26 through Virgin.

Spokespersons for both Beck and Bowie told nme.com that the track was being worked on at present, and was “subject to approval” from both parties. However, the remix is expected to feature on the single across the globe.

Bowie is confirmed to headline the final night on the Pyramid Stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, held at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25.

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Or call the NME 24-Hour Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate. As a warm-up show, he has announced details of a gig for members of his website, [url=]www.davidbowie.com, at the New York Roseland Ballroom on June 19. No tickets are available to the public, and the show will be his last US date for the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile, Beck has confirmed the tracklisting for his Japanese only B-sides compilation album, ‘Stray Blues: A Collection of B-Sides’, which will be released in June.

The full tracklisting runs: ‘Totally Confused’, ‘Halo Of Gold’, ‘Burro’, ‘Brother’, ‘Lemonade’, ‘Electric Music and the Summer People’, ‘Clock’ and ‘Feather in Your Cap’. Fans will be able to purchase the album outside of Japan via Beck‘s website, [url=]www.beck.com.