LONDON (Reuters) - Fans of David Bowie were able to mark the first anniversary of his death on Tuesday by listening to a new EP from the "Space Oddity" star called "No Plan".
The four-track EP includes the title track, "No Plan", "Killing a Little Time", "When I Met You" and "Lazarus", from his final album "Blackstar".
The British singer-songwriter died two days after releasing "Blackstar" following an 18-month battle with cancer.
Downloads were available on Sunday, which would have been Bowie's 70th birthday.
Fans left flowers, messages and pictures of the "Heroes" singer in front of a south London mural on Tuesday to mark the anniversary.
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