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Stream the New David Bowie Album


You'll have to listen to it all in one long piece on iTunes, but here it is.

Video clips of the first two singles can be found here and here.

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  1. Fantastic

    Posted by: Mike | Mar 1, 2013 9:06:16 AM

  2. Bad, and not in a good way.

    Posted by: Brian | Mar 1, 2013 1:37:23 PM

  3. His worst album since Never Let Me Down. Bowie had a profound influence on me as an artist and a gay man, and I'm glad he's well and making the music he wants to make. But there's not one memorable track on this new album, which, to put it charitably, just rehashes his last few releases. He's no longer an innovator, just a tinkerer of odd charmless trinkets.

    I used to think it was just the production which was a problem, but it's clear that it's Bowie. He doesn't seem to have anything to explore musically any more, so it's just the same tired vocals and songwriting that add nothing to his legacy. Lyrically, this one seems interesting, but his singing is so lazy and monotonous that it's not worth listening again.

    I can't even imagine why he bothers going into the studio any more. It mystifies me that after all the crap he's put out his fans just can't get enough of this stuff. Gonna go listen to Kingdom Come now and try to remember a time when the new Bowie album was something challenging and fresh.

    Posted by: stranded | Mar 1, 2013 5:59:34 PM

  4. Just came across a great article on Bowie and his release of The Next Day :) http://smarturl.it/BowieNPRFeature

    Posted by: Emma | Mar 2, 2013 7:19:03 PM

  5. I have no idea what the above posters are talking about. I guess if it's not Ziggy or Low, it has to suck.

    It's a treat. Favorite tracks on first listen: "dirty boys", and "love is lost". The last two tracks are simply cinematic. Welcome back, Mr. Bowie.

    Now... tour, please!

    Posted by: mike | Mar 3, 2013 9:48:27 AM

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