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Ten years after his last album, David Bowie is back - and so is his swagger. Forget the moody musings of "Where Are We Now?" - the reflective comeback single that he dropped, seemingly out of nowhere, on his Jan. 8 birthday. The Next Day - which, though not released until March 12, began streaming in its entirety on iTunes on Friday - represents much more of an emphatic, energetic return from the 66-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. "We'll never be rid of these stars/ But I hope they live forever," sings Bowie, sounding like the immortal rock god he »


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