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Published: 2013/01/08

David Bowie Releases New Song, Album Coming Soon

David Bowie’s last studio album was 2003’s Reality. Over the intervening years rumors continued to swirl that perhaps he had stopped recording new music. As it turns out news of his retirement was greatly exaggerated. Bowie’s 30th studio album, The Next Day will be released in March by Iso/Columbia Records. In the interim, today, on the occasion of Bowie’s 66th birthday the first single has surfaced. “Where Are We Now?” is available via iTunes. The Next Day, produced by steady Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti, can be pre-ordered as well. The tracklisting of the forthcoming record (and the deluxe version) appears below.

The Next Day

Standard Version:

01. The Next Day 3:51
02. Dirty Boys 2:58
03. The Stars (Are Out Tonight) 3:56
04. Love Is Lost 3:57
05. Where Are We Now? 4:08
06. Valentine’s Day 3:01
07. If You Can See Me 3:16
08. I’d Rather Be High 3:53
09. Boss Of Me 4:09
10. Dancing Out In Space 3:24
11. How Does The Grass Grow 4:33
12. (You Will) Set The World On Fire 3:30
13. You Feel So Lonely You Could Die 4:41
14. Heat 4:25

Deluxe Version:

01. The Next Day 3:51
02. Dirty Boys 2:58
03. The Stars (Are Out Tonight) 3:56
04. Love Is Lost 3:57
05. Where Are We Now? 4:08
06. Valentine’s Day 3:01
07. If You Can See Me 3:16
08. I’d Rather Be High 3:53
09. Boss Of Me 4:09
10. Dancing Out In Space 3:24
11. How Does The Grass Grow 4:33
12. (You Will) Set The World On Fire 3:30
13. You Feel So Lonely You Could Die 4:41
14. Heat 4:25

Bonus tracks:
15. So She 2:31
16. I’ll Take You There 2:44
17. Plan 2:34

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Cheesestep January 8, 2013, 16:45:14

Damn David, this is pretty bad. May I suggest taking a cue from the Tho Who and just touring Ziggy Stardust in its entirety

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