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David Bowie to Release First New Album in 10 Years, 'The Next Day'

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Tuesday, Jan 8, 2013
by PopMatters Staff

David Bowie finally graces us with some new music this year with the album The Next Day, releasing March 12th via Columbia Records. The record was written/recorded in New York with Tony Visconti handling the production duties.


Today on Bowie’s 66th birthday, he offers up the first single, “Where Are We Now?” as a video and iTunes download. Notably Bowie will not be touring the record or doing press. But then he really doesn’t have to bother with any of that to drum up interest, now does he?



  
TRACKLIST
01. The Next Day
02. Dirty Boys
03. The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
04. Love Is Lost
05. Where Are We Now?
06. Valentine’s Day
07. If You Can See Me
08. I’d Rather Be High
09. Boss of Me
10. Dancing Out in Space
11. How Does the Grass Grow
12. (You Will) Set the World on Fire
13. You Feel So Lonely You Could Die
14. Heat


Deluxe Tracks:
15. So She
16. I’ll Take You There
17. Plan

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