Plans For David Bowie’s Lost Album ‘Toy’ Finally Unveiled
Music legend David Bowie’s lost album Toy, which was recorded in 2001, is set to finally be officially released.
The album was originally supposed to be a follow up to the singer’s 1999 album Hours, but was shelved after a dispute with his then record label at the time virgin.
It features a number of re-recorded and revamped versions of many of Bowie’s earliest tracks.
A version of the album leaked online in 2011 and now a decade later it will see an official release.
Toy will be included in a new ‘Era Five’ box set, with more details to be released later this week.
According to the David Bowie Twitter account, fans can hear radio edit of one of the albums’ tracks You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving on radio later today.
Depending where you are on the planet, if it’s 29th September you might be streaming the radio edit of You've Got A Habit Of Leaving from the forthcoming Toy album, via your favourite streaming service. More details regarding that and the rest of the Era Five box, later today. pic.twitter.com/0eD2Q0GaUo
— David Bowie Official (@DavidBowieReal) September 29, 2021
David Bowie died in 2016, aged 69, following a private battle with cancer.
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