David Bowie may be keeping a low profile as far as public appearances go, but the legendary singer has a few more songs he'd like you to hear. "The Next Day," Bowie's March 2013 album, is already set for a reissue that will include four new tracks.
Here are the details, courtesy of Bowie's website:
Called The Next Day Extra, the set includes the original 14-track CD, a 10-track CD of bonus tracks and a DVD of the four promotional films made for the album: Where Are We Now?, The Stars (Are Out Tonight), The Next Day and Valentine’s Day.
The 10-track bonus CD includes four previously unreleased tracks, two new mixes and God Bless The Girl, the track that was only released on the Japanese issue of The Next Day. The remaining three tracks gather up the bonus tracks from the deluxe version of the album.
The new collection is out Nov. 5, and looks like this:
CORRECTION: This article previously stated the reissue would be released on Nov. 4. That's true, but only in the U.K. Stateside Bowie fans can scoop up "The Next Day Extra" on Nov. 5.