Page13 January at 9:41pmPosts: 814 (0 today)Status: offline
David Bowie comeback makes Top 10 singles chart
Where Are We Now? is the first track from The Next Day - Bowie's 30th studio album
David Bowie's first new song in a decade, has reached the Top 10 in this week's UK singles chart.
Its placing, at six, followed initial concerns by the Official Charts Company that its sales could not be tabulated.
Bowie left his fans surprised and delighted when he released the track on Tuesday, his 66th birthday.
It was originally feared that sales of the song as a single track could not be differentiated from copies given free to those who pre-order his new album.
The track went straight to the top of the UK iTunes chart after it was put on sale.
t.b.14 January at 8:04pmPosts: 2357 (0 today)Status: offline
Rise of course18 January at 12:32pmPosts: 164 (0 today)Status: offline
Today I read this in Der Zeit about David Bowie and his new song and that the writer can not get an interview.
That's not bad from Bowie, MvU is a very arrogant type, perhaps he just waits for a lovely german woman up to the time she can speak english!
t.b.18 January at 3:20pmPosts: 2357 (0 today)Status: offline