In 1997, David Bowie performed live in celebration of his fiftieth birthday at a special Birthday Celebration – Live in NYC 1997 concert.

Although the Madison Square Garden performance was recorded, it was never released, until now.

The 14-year-old unreleased recording  finally has a release date and is slated to hit shelves nationwide on April 26.

The Birthday Celebration – Live in NYC album will include two dozen tracks with all star collaborations including the Pixies’ Frank Black, The Cure’s Robert Smith, Lou Reed, Sonic Youth, Dave Grohl, and the Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan.

Check out the track list below:

“Little Wonder”
“The Hearts Filthy Lesson”
“Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)” – ft Frank Black
“Fashion” – ft Frank Black
“Telling Lies”
“Hallo Spaceboy” – ft Foo Fighters
“Seven Years In Tibet” – ft Dave Grohl
“The Man Who Sold The World”
“The Last Thing You Should Do” – ft Robert Smith
“Quicksand” – ft Robert Smith
“Battle For Britain”
“Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)”
“I’m Afraid Of Americans” – ft Sonic Youth

“Looking For Satellites”
“Under Pressure” – ft Gail Ann Dorsey
“Queen Bitch” – ft Lou Reed
“I’m Waiting For The Man” – ft Lou Reed
“Dirty Blvd.” – ft Lou Reed
“White Light/White Heat” – ft Lou Reed
“Moonage Daydream”
“All The Young Dudes” ft – Billy Corgan
“The Jean Genie” – ft Billy Corgan
“Space Oddity”
“Can’t Read”

This is one album that I am looking forward to hearing. Can’t wait!