David Bowie the British reconquest

The British rock icon David Bowie returned to conquer this Sunday the sales ranking of your country to get first time in 20 years that his new album, “The Next Day”, is number one.

Bowie shocked the world when on 8 January, the day of his 66th birthday, he broke a decade of musical silence and released the single “Where are we now?”, His first release since the 2003 studio album “Reality”.

The single was from the album “The Next Day”, which this week became the biggest selling album in the UK in 2013, said Sunday the Official Charts Company (Official Charts Company).

Bowie sold 94,000 copies of her album, reaching more than 71,600 copies which reached record “Opposites” of Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro when it was published in January.

The last time Bowie was at the top of the charts was in 1993 with “Black Tie White Noise”.

During these years, rumors circulated that the musician suffered health problems and who had retired with his wife and daughter in New York.

In fact, the legendary musician had returned to the studio to record their new album, described by the British newspaper Independent as “the best comeback album in the history of rock and roll.”

Two years ago, Bowie began working in secret on this new album with Tony Visconti, producer of 12 of his 24 albums.