The numbers are in, the sales have been tallied, and just as expected, Bon Jovi and David Bowie's new albums are sitting in the top two positions on the Billboard charts -- and for all that talk about a tight race for the No. 1 spot, it really wasn't even close.
David Bowie and Bon Jovi are currently embroiled in a huge fight -- but it's nothing personal. In a scene that seems ripped from the mid-'80s, the two classic rock heavyweights are duking it out for the No. 1 position in next week's Billboard 200 chart.
Nobody really expected anything from David Bowie at this point, let alone his best album in 30 years. After virtually disappearing following the release and aborted tour in support of 2003’s underwhelming ‘Reality,’ even the rock ‘n’ roll changeling’s biggest fans figured he was finished. He was rarely seen in public, and there certainly were no rumors swirling about a new record or anything like that.
This morning (Feb. 26), David Bowie released The Stars (Are Out Tonight),' the second single from his highly anticipated forthcoming record 'The Next Day.' Compared to 'Where Are We Now?', the song is an edgy change of pace, returning Bowie to the realm of rock.
Forget Bieber-mania. It's time for David Bowie mania. With the release of his new album 'The Next Day' due next month, it seems as though everybody -- including 'X Factor' boss Simon Cowell -- wants a piece of rock's legendary chameleon.
When the folks at Lincoln decided to launch a new promotional campaign featuring contemporary artists covering classic songs, Beck was an obvious natural choice -- after all, his Record Club project has already found him recording new versions of the Velvet Underground and Leonard Cohen, among others.
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