In 2001, British singer David Bowie recorded his album “Toy”, however, it was never released. Or at least not until now that, twenty years later, it will officially see birth on November 26. That was reported yesterday by the record company Parlophone Records in a statement, where it explained that “Toy” will be part of the fifth installment of “box sets” of the discography of the artist: “David Bowie 5. Brilliant Adventure”, which will review their greatest hits from 1992 to 2001. Toy” was cooked in 2001 in the “old school” style, with the band playing live and intending to release it by surprise as soon as possible, but that concept was not compatible with the technology of the moment, and Bowie left it parked and made his next album, “Heathen”. Its co-producer, Mark Plati, claimed that “Toy” is like a “moment captured in an amber of joy, fire and energy”, and was very happy that it happens to “belong to everyone”, despite having leaked in 2011.On January 7, 2022, a day before the date of the birth of the White Duke, The extended version of the album, “Toy: Box,” will be released in box format that includes a sixteen-page book with never-before-seen photographs of Bowie. The musician passed away due to cancer on January 10, 2016, two days after his birthday and the release of his last album in life: “Blackstar”.