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Hear David Bowie’s Bittersweet Last Songs, Recorded for His Lazarus Musical

If a star-shaped hole has formed in your heart since David Bowie died earlier this year, get ready to temporarily fill it. On Friday, the cast recording for his musical Lazarus will be released, and it features what are being called Bowie's last-ever recordings. Right now, two of those three ... More »
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