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Sales of David Bowie's last album – released two days before his death from cancer – soared Monday along with downloads of his hits, testimony to the powerful appeal of a pioneer in pop culture and the music business. Streaming giant Spotify said streams of Bowie's music were up 2,700 percent Monday, while the Official Charts Company in the U.K. said Bowie's "Blackstar" was headed to the top spot on the charts with sales of 43,000 since its Friday release.In a Monday interview, Pullman estimated that Bowie's estate could be valued upward of $100 million, in part because Bowie owned 100 percent of his music.The 2002 "Best of Bowie" compilation album was the second most popular on the U.S. site, outpacing Adele's blockbuster album "25 ".
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