Monday, September 30, 2013

David Bowie’s The Next Day gets re-release with five new songs, James Murphy remix

ALEX YOUNG/Consequence of Sound


It took 10 years for David Bowie to release his new album, The Next Day. Now, just seven months later, the legendary musician has announced plans for an expanded release of the album, due out November 5th.

Dubbed the Collectors Edition, the three-disc set will tack on five previously unreleased songs and two brand new remixes, including a 10-minute reworking of “Love is Lost” by LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy. (The two previously collaborated together on Arcade Fire’s recent single “Reflektor”.) The Collectors Edition also includes a DVD featuring the four music videos released in support of The Next Day.



Bowie will also bundle all the new material in a seven-track digital EP.

The Next Day Collectors Edition Tracklist:
01. Atomica *
02. Love is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy) *
03. Plan
04. The Informer *
05. Like a Rocket Man *
06. Born in a UFO *
07. I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix) *
08. I’ll Take You There
09. God Bless the Girl *
10. So She

* = previously unreleased

iTunes EP Tracklist:
01. Atomica *
02. Love is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy)
03. The Informer *
04. Like a Rocket Man *
05. Born in a UFO *
06. I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix)
07. God Bless the Girl *

* = previously unreleased

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