David Bowie ‎– Dance

CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release


1 Let's Dance (Disconet Remix) 8:59
2 Blue Jean (Dance Mix) 5:25
3 Dancing With The Big Boys (Dance Mix) 7:37
4 Tonight (Dance Mix) 4:41
5 Tumble & Twirl (Dance Mix) 5:18
6 Loving The Alien (Dance Mix) 7:43
7 Don't Look Down (Dance Mix) 5:03
8 This Is Not America (Disconet Remix) 7:13
9 Underground (Dance Mix) 7:56
10 Magic Dance (Dance Mix) 7:19
11 Bowie Megamix 7:53

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  • Matrix / Runout: DBD


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September 30, 2020
I got mine for £1 from a record fair in a bargain bin. Sound quality is OK but I'm glad that I only paid a pound for it!


September 10, 2010

While the sound quality of these various mixes varies from mix to mix (clearly, this CD was mastered from 12"/vinyl source, you can hear some clicks and pops), still it's nice to have all these mixes (most never avail on CD before) on CD for posterity, esp the pair of killer prime 80s dance remixes of Bowie's underrated two cuts from Labyrinth: UNDERGROUND and MAGIC'S DANCE - both of these were remixed by Thompson/Barberio in their signature sound. Not to be missed.


March 11, 2010

Interesting facts about the cover artwork used for this German bootleg cd:

“Back in November 1985 David Bowie’s record company, EMI, had planned to release a compilation album featuring dance remixes from a couple of Bowie’s recent albums. The name of the album was imaginatively titled Dance [EMI ST-17175]. Each track on the proposed release was to receive additional production and mixing by Rusty Garner and Paul Sabu. The track listing was as follows:

Loving The Alien
Let’s Dance
Shake It
Blue Jean
China Girl
Dancing With The Big Boys
Modern Love

However, the album was withdrawn from EMI’s release schedule and it did not come to pass. No vinyl or CDs were pressed. A number of printer proofs for the sleeve were created. […] Before all the sleeves for the album were destroyed a few were salvaged and others were used as packaging material for other albums as delivered to retail outlets. These were subsequently passed on to fans.”
(Quoted from: http://blog.larkin.net.au/2008/09/21/david-bowie-dance/)