David Bowie (1947 – 2016, left) performing with guitarist Mick Ronson (1946 1993) at a live recording of ‘The 1980 Floor Show’ for the NBC ‘Midnight Special’ TV show, at The Marquee Club in London, with a specially invited audience of Bowie fanclub members, 20th October 1973. (Photo by Jack Kay/Daily Express/Getty Images)

David Bowie’s iconic album The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars will be getting its first-ever Dolby Atmos release.

Co-producer Ken Scott says the spatial audio mix will put you right there on stage with Bowie: “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.”

The Blu-Ray audio release also includes the original 1972 stereo mix and two versions of the 2012 remaster. It will be out Sept. 6th.