The David Bowie estate has released David Bowie 5. Brilliant Adventure (1992–2001), a new box set documenting the singer-songwriter’s transition to the 21st century. Furthermore, the estate also announced that his long-lost 2001 album TOY will see an official release on January 7th.

The Brilliant Adventure box set marks the fifth in a series that encapsulates Bowie’s entire career; David Bowie 1 Five Years (1969–1973)David Bowie 2. Who Can I Be Now? (1974–1976)David Bowie 3. A New Career In A New Town (1977–1982); and David Bowie 4. Loving The Alien (1983–1988).

Named after the penultimate track from his 1999 Hours… album, this latest installment comes in three formats—an 11-CD box, an 18-piece vinyl set, and a standard digital download box set. David Bowie 5 contains newly remastered versions of the Black Tie White Noise, The Buddha Of Suburbia1.OutsideEarthling, and Hours… records, as well as the BBC Radio Theatre, London, June 27, 2000, live album and the non-album/alternative version/B-sides and soundtrack compilation, Re:Call 5.

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January 7th will then mark the first-ever official release of TOY, an album Ziggy Stardust originally recorded after his triumphant Glastonbury 2000 performance. Tracking new interpretations of songs he’d first recorded from 1964–1971, Bowie initially planned to “surprise drop” the album in 2001. Due to technological restrictions, the album never arrived, so he moved on to another project, which eventually turned into 2002’s Heathen.

The TOY:BOX drop on January 7th will include a special edition of the TOY album and arrives in 3-CD and 6×10″ vinyl formats. It will also contain a 16-page full-color book featuring previously unseen photographs and more.

“Toy is like a moment in time captured in an amber of joy, fire and energy. It’s the sound of people happy to be playing music,” noted Bowie’s co-producer Mark Plati in a press release. “David revisited and re-examined his work from decades prior through prisms of experience and fresh perspective – a parallel not lost on me as I now revisit it twenty years later. From time to time, he used to say ‘Mark, this is our album’ – I think because he knew I was so deeply in the trenches with him on that journey. I’m happy to finally be able to say it now belongs to all of us.”

Listen to the latest David Bowie compilation, Brilliant Adventure (1992–2001), below or stream it via the platform of your choice, here. Furthermore, order the Brilliant Adventure box set or pre-order the TOY:BOX set via Bowie’s official store.

David Bowie – Brilliant Adventure (1992–2001)