As Bowie fans will know, this track in infamous because of the mix - Bowie's vocals are pushed way back in the mix, the only track on Aladdin Sane to have this done. I've always felt it was strange, but you kind of get used to it the way it is. But reading the book that comes with the Five Years box, Ken Scott writes: "This track I describe as my biggest mistake". He says that he mixed it as is, and was asked to "fix" it by Bowie's management. He did, but then management changed its mind and went back to the original mix. Then the record label went through the same iteration. Looking back now, Scott says he "hates" the mix, and that the vocal should be higher. I tend to agree. So the question is, how would a remix be viewed now? Heinous for messing with history? An interesting variant?