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Bowie is back

09/01/13 16:08 CET

In a surprise move, after a decade of silence and speculation, David Bowie has released a single – Where Are We Now? – and says that an album will follow.

Long-term collaborator and music producer Tony Visconti, who has been working on the album with Bowie for the past two years, says that he was surprised by the singer’s choice of single, because it’s the slowest ballad on the album which he describes as “very rock and roll.”

The new album will be released in March.

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