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New David Bowie album, 'The Next Day,' out in March

Posted 9:22am on Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2013

Early Tuesday morning, Twitter exploded: "New David Bowie!"

Bowie, who turns 66 today, hasn't released an album in a decade, but he will on March 12, when his 30th studio album, the Tony Visconti-produced The Next Day, arrives in stores. The lead single, Where Are We Now?, has been released to iTunes (and you can view the Tony Oursler-helmed video below). It's a haunting, wistful piece of work, peppered with references to Berlin, where Bowie did of some of his most acclaimed work in the '70s.

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