David Bowie announces three-disc reissue of ‘The Next Day’ featuring four new bonus tracks

David Bowie has announced details of a three-disc reissue of his album The Next Day. Titled The Next Day Extra, the box-set includes the original 14-track album, a 10-track CD of bonus songs and a DVD featuring the four videos made for the album for "Where Are We Now?", "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)", "The Next Day" and "Valentine's Day". It will be released on November 4, according to his website.

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David Bowie has announced details of a three-disc reissue of his album The Next Day.

Titled The Next Day Extra, the box-set includes the original 14-track album, a 10-track CD of bonus songs and a DVD featuring the four videos made for the album for “Where Are We Now?”, “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)”, “The Next Day” and “Valentine’s Day”. It will be released on November 4, according to his website.

The bonus CD features four previously unreleased tracks titled “Atomica“, “The Informer”, “Like A Rocket Man” and “Born In A UFO”. It also includes two remixes – one by LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy who is fresh from producing the new Arcade Fire album, which also features Bowie on the title track “Reflektor”. The bonus disc also contains “God Bless The Girl”, which was previously only released on the Japanese version of the album.

The Next Day bonus album tracklisting:

‘Atomica’
‘Love Is Lost’ (Hello Steve Reich mix by James Murphy)
‘Plan’
‘The Informer’
‘Like A Rocket Man’
‘Born In A UFO’
‘I’d Rather Be High’ (Venetian Mix)
‘I’ll Take You There’
‘God Bless The Girl’
‘So She’



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