Hear Bowie's first album since 2003's 'Reality.'
David Bowie's "The Next Day" is here already.
The March 12th-due album, the music legend's first in 10 years, is streaming on iTunes. Touching on Bowie's long musical history, the 14-track set ranges from "The Next Day," its glam-throwback opener, to "Where Are We Now?," the album's pensive lead single.
The iTunes version of the album includes three bonus tracks, "So She," "Plan" and "I'll Take You There." The album was shrouded in secret until the release of "Where Are We Now?," which came as a surprise to the most eagle-eyed Bowie watchers earlier this year. His most recent album was 2003's "Reality," the quick follow-up to 2002's "Heathen."
Hear "The Next Day" at iTunes.com/davidbowie. The online retailer has moved into the increasingly crowded prerelease album streaming game in recent months, previously offering up albums by Ke$ha and One Direction prior to their street dates.