David Bowie today celebrated his 66th Birthday with the release of his first material since his 2003 album ‘Reality’.
Known as Ziggy Stardust in the 1970s, Bowie penned the likes of ‘Life on Mars?’ and ‘Space Oddity’, before working with Queen on ‘Under Pressure’ in 1981. Last year his 1977 single ‘”Heroes”’ was adopted as one of the theme tunes of the London 2012 Olympics Games.
But after nearly ten years of silence, Bowie returned today with the tear-jerker ‘Where Are We Now?’ which will feature on his 24th studio album ‘The Next Day’.
Produced by Tony Visconti, the 14-track LP will be released by Columbia on 8th March. The artwork is an adapted version of the 1977 album ‘”Heroes”’.
Album available for pre-order from: http://www.davidbowie.com/the-next-day
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