The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered... Well, kind of!
Was The Interview a success?
So, how much, exactly, did it make for Sony?
This is absolutely EPIC! We cannot WAIT to give this a listen!
David Bowie is reportedly prepping the release of a new album called Birthday Celebration - Live in NYC 1997, which features music from the singer's 50th birthday concert at Madison Square Garden 14 years ago!
Featuring guest appearances from Foo Fighters, Lou Reed, Robert Smith of The Cure, and Sonic Youth, expect the compilation on shelves April 26th!
Excellent! We love us some BOWIE!
Check out the official tracklist…AFTER THE JUMP!
UPDATE: Unfortunately, Bowie's rep tells us the entire thing is bootlegged! This is not an official release.
[Image via WENN.]
'The Hearts Filthy Lesson'
'Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)' (with Frank Black)
'Fashion' (with Frank Black)
'Hallo Spaceboy' (with Foo Fighters)
'Seven Years In Tibet' (with Dave Grohl)
'The Man Who Sold The World'
'The Last Thing You Should Do' (with Robert Smith)
'Quicksand' (with Robert Smith)
'Battle For Britain'
'Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)'
'I’m Afraid Of Americans' (with Sonic Youth)
'Looking For Satellites'
'Under Pressure' (with Gail Ann Dorsey)
'Queen Bitch' (with Lou Reed)
'I’m Waiting For The Man' (with Lou Reed)
'Dirty Blvd.' (with Lou Reed)
'White Light/White Heat' (with Lou Reed)
'All The Young Dudes' (with Billy Corgan)
'The Jean Genie' (with Billy Corgan)