David Bowie streams new album
David Bowie streams new album
David Bowie has made his full comeback album The Next Day available via a stream at online music retailer iTunes.

The art-rock icon surprised fans by launching lead single Where Are We Now? on January 8, leading to immense speculation over the album's contents. While band members insisted there was more to it than the downbeat flavour of that track, Bowie's ex-wife Angie suggested it proved he'd lost his muse.

While some say he won't tour in support of his first release in a decade, guitarist Gerry Leonard believes there's at least a 50-50 chance of him hitting the road.
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