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David Bowie releases new single and album

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At first I feared that Bowie had mellowed out, what with that first single and all, but gladly that's not the case at all. He sounds like not a year has gone by since his last album.
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Ha Just watched an amazing doco right here

Thanks to the clip from Kati - it was linked and here it is - watch it!


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A song from the new album


worth a listen and I really like this one


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I've already taken a liking to many songs on the album, such as "Dirty Boys", "Love is Lost", "Valentine's Day", "Boss of Me", "Dancing Out in Space", "You Will Set the World on Fire" and "Heat", and I'm sure the rest will follow. If Heathen and Reality (which were good albums in their own right) saw him regaining his style, this one saw him regaining the remainder of his substance. Maybe the ten-year break was good for him. What irritates me though it that many of the critics who were rather lukewarm or even negative towards his last few albums are now heaping him with praise. Is it all about the timing and the presentation with these people?
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