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Bowie's new album part of greatest hits collection

DAVID Bowie is set to release new music later this year as part of a greatest hits collection marking 50 years of his career.

The legendary musician made an acclaimed comeback with The Next Day last year after 10 years out of the spotlight.

His next record, Nothing Has Changed, will collate the best tracks since his debut in 1964.

New song "Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)" will be released on November 17, the same day that Nothing Has Changed hits stores.

"'Tis A Pity She's A Whore", another exclusive recording from 2014, will feature as a B-Side.

Bowie's first single "Liza Jane" opens the album, while classics such as "Life On Mars?", "Space Oddity" and "Blue Jean" are also included.

"Let Me Sleep Beside You" from Bowie's Toy album sessions will feature, as will download "Your Turn To Drive" and the 2001 re-recording of shelved Ziggy Stardust track "Shadow Man".

The artwork for Nothing Has Changed, named after a line from his song "Sunday", is expected to be unveiled soon.

Bowie won Best Male at the Brit Awards earlier this year but, in true enigmatic fashion, he sent supermodel Kate Moss to collect his gong for him and read out a message in support of Scotland's Better Together campaign.



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