New on iTunes: David Bowie, Free Justin Timberlake Album Stream, 10 Games That Wow, and More
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David Bowie's return after a 10-year recording hiatus is among his most introspective and deeply emotional collections. An alternately psychedelic and plaintive rumination on life, death, and post-9/11 cultural ennui, The Next Day recalls the stainless steel polish of Berlin and proves the lasting relevance of a legendary artist.
Justin Timberlake returns with a captivating mix of big band sounds, crooning vocals, and crawling bass hooks. For a limited time, stream The 20/20 Experience for free exclusively on iTunes on your computer or iPad. Pre-order the album and get "Mirrors" now.
From inventive touch controls to jaw-dropping graphics, there's something special about each of these remarkable games. As you make your way through the list, you'll have a new understanding of the beauty and innovation of these standouts.
Peter Jackson, director of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, returns to Middle-earth for this prequel. The first chapter of a new trilogy, it details an epic quest undertaken by Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellen), and a company of warrior dwarves.
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