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It's hard to believe it's been more than a decade since rock legend David Bowie released a new album, but it's here, and Apple is streaming it absolutely free via iTunes for a limited time.
Apple's iTunes Music Twitter account is promoting its latest free album available for streaming, and this one is a doozy: The latest from rock icon David Bowie, entitled The Next Day.
"Art-rock icon David Bowie returns with his first new album in 10 years," the iTunes page reads. "A mix of mid-tempo tracks ("Where Are We Now?" centers around languid piano shuffling) and fast-beat jams ("Dancing Out in Space" combines dance floor rhythms with ethereal guitar layers), Bowie puts his eclectic tendencies on display.
"You can listen to The Next Day for free for a limited time on your computer or iPad," iTunes concludes, noting that the album is also available for preorder in both regular ($11.99) and Deluxe ($13.99) editions available on March 12.
If you're not the sort to spoil the surprise for yourself, music lovers can preorder now and receive the track "Where Are We Now?" instantly; Apple will also notify buyers when their full album is ready to download on March 12.
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