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This week’s new releases include an expanded 2CD/1DVD reissue of David Bowie’s 7-month-old album ‘The Next Day,’ featuring five brand-new songs, plus an audiophile reissue of XTC’s ‘Nonsuch’ with multiple new mixes, and a new studio album, ‘Tres Cabrones,’ from The Melvins.
With David Bowie reissuing his new album The Next Day next week — a mere seven months after its release — in an expanded three-disc set, he took the opportunity to drop a Halloween surprise: a creepy, puppet-filled video for LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy’s remix of “Love is Lost.”
David Bowie tonight debuted the music video for the fourth single off his surprise comeback album The Next Day, and, this time, instead of enlisting high-grade acting talent like Tilda Swinton, Gary Goldman or Marion Cotillard, the Thin White Duke has opted to go it alone.
David Bowie tonight debuted the video for the third single off his from-out-of-nowhere album The Next Day, following up the Tilda Swinton-starring clip for “The Stars (Ar Out Tonight)” with a video for the album’s title track that stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, and features heavy religious iconography and the stigmata.
This week’s new releases include the first new David Bowie album in a decade, a “lost album” from Duran Duran spinoff TV Mania, a 2CD set of Jellyfish instrumentals, a Pogues 2CD best-of, a Pixies radio broadcast from 1991 and a live Cabaret Voltaire DVD filmed in 1992.
David Bowie isn’t due to release his highly anticipated new album — ‘The Next Day,’ his first new record in a decade — for another two weeks, but, as of tonight, the full collection is streaming for free on iTunes. The record has been preceded by a pair of singles, but now you can hear the whole thing.
David Bowie tonight premiered the second single off his upcoming album ‘The Next Day,’ a far more rocking number than the song he sprung from nowhere last month. “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” is available now on iTunes, and you can hear it via the just-premiered video, which stars Bowie and actress Tilda Swinton.
Thought to be retired from music and the public eye, David Bowie tonight announced he will release The Next Day — his first new album in a decade —next March, a collection preceded by the single “Where Are We Now?” that’s available immediately via iTunes and can be heard via its accompanying video.