There's been no shortage of David Bowie greatest hits collections over the years, but the upcoming retrospective, 'Nothing Has Changed,' could be the greatest of them all.

Bowie announced on his website that the collection spanning his 50 years in music compiles tracks from each era of his legendary career and also includes his first new recordings since 2013's 'The Next Day.' Set to be released Nov. 18, it'll be available digitally, on CD, double CD and double-LP. Check out the full tracklisting here.

In addition to covering Bowie classics from his 1964 debut single, 'Liza Jane,' through last year's James Murphy remix of 'Love is Lost,' the set will include the previously unreleased 'Toy' recording 'Let Me Sleep Beside You' and 'Sue (Or in a Season of Crime),' which was recorded specifically for the collection with producer Tony Visconti. The song will also be released as a limited edition 10-inch single for Record Store Day's Black Friday on Nov. 28. The B-side will be another new song, ''Tis a Pity She’s a Whore.'

David Bowie - 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)'