7digital What we said: While legends like Macca and Elton John can always be relied upon to wheel out the hits for birthdays and Bar Mitzvahs, public sightings of Bowie in the past decade have been rarer than rocking horse poo. It’s not surprising, then, that when his Tony Visconti-produced single 'Where Are We Now?' surfaced on his 66th birthday, it was welcomed as the industry-equivalent of the Second Coming; nor that the full-length is already being proclaimed "the greatest comeback album in rock 'n' roll history." Let’s leave hyperbole at the door, shall we? The Next Day is very good. Perhaps even good enough to be placed in the "classic Bowie" pile. Indeed, if the trade off for another album of this calibre is 10 more years of mass ‘Hey Jude’ sing-alongs, we’re prepared to take it on the chin.
|Track Number||Track Title||Track Length||Track Price/Buy Link|
The Next Day (Album Version)
Dirty Boys (Album Version)
The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
Love Is Lost (Album Version)
Where Are We Now?
Valentine's Day (Album Version)
If You Can See Me (Album Version)
I'd Rather Be High (Album Version)
Boss Of Me (Album Version)
Dancing Out In Space (Album Version)
How Does The Grass Grow? (Album Version)
(You Will) Set The World On Fire (Album Version)
You Feel So Lonely You Could Die (Album Version)
Heat (Album Version)