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David Bowie Re-Release Includes James Murphy Remix

Rocker is expanding 'The Next Day' with extra songs, videos

David Bowie
Jimmy King
September 30, 2013 9:55 AM ET

David Bowie is expanding The Next Day, his first album in a decade, with extra songs, videos and new remixes, including one by former LCD Soundsystem leader James Murphy. Bowie will release the three-disc collector's edition, The Next Day Extra, on November 5th. The new edition will include the original 14-track album, a second disc with five previously unreleased songs and a DVD with four videos for tunes on the album. 

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Murphy lent his talents on a 10-minute remix of "Love Is Lost." The two also worked together recently on Arcade Fire's new single "Reflektor."

Some of the extras, including Murphy's remix, will also be available as a seven-song digital EP available through iTunes.

You can watch the video for "The Next Day" here. 

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