David Bowie's 'The Next Day' available free and in full streamed on iTunes
You can stream all 53 minutes of the musician's new album now on iTunes
David Bowie is streaming his latest album The Next Day a week ahead of its official release date on 11 March.
The musician's first new material in a decade has garnered rave reviews from critics, with The Independent's critic Andy Gill saying it: "Not only reflects the artist's best work but stands alongside it in terms of quality"
Click here to read the track by track review.
The full tracklisting for 'The Next Day' is as follows:
The Next Day
The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
Love Is Lost
Where Are We Now?
If You Can See Me
I'd Rather Be High
Boss Of Me
Dancing Out In Space
How Does The Grass Grow
(You Will) Set The World On Fire
You Feel So Lonely You Could Die
Deluxe Version bonus tracks:
I'll Take You There
The album will be available to stream on iTunes until 11 March.
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