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Bowie Announces First New Album In 10 Years

by Jackie Willis 9:30 AM PST, January 08, 2013
Photo: Getty Images

It's a really big day for David Bowie and fans alike. The music icon turns 66 today, Jan. 8, released a music video and announced his first album in 10 years. Happy birthday, indeed!

The first track unveiled today titled Where Are We Now? teases his 30th studio album The Next Day which is set to be released by Columbia Records some time in March.

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Where Are We Now? was recorded in New York, while the video is set on the streets of Berlin, reportedly in the neighborhood Bowie lived in when he created his Berlin Trilogy -- Low, Heroes and Lodger -- in the '70s (via L.A. Times).

What do you think of Bowie's comeback track? Check out the video above and play music critic in the comments.

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