Put that magic jump on me...
Paul Kinder, of the quite brilliant
But, before we get on to the competition, here are a few details from the press release and
Hot new producer DANNY S has remixed DAVID BOWIE's 'Magic Dance' from the film Labrynth. Bowie and his management loved the mix and it was included on the Club Bowie CD. There is a very limited pressing of the mix on vinyl (2000 copies only), along with an exclusive dub on the b-side. It will be for sale in the usual record stores, however the bulk of the vinyl is being sold via www.subuzz.com.
Danny S is one of the rising stars in House music and has projects due for release with some of the most credible names in Dance music.
Title: Magic Dance
Danny S Magic Party Mix [
Danny S Magic Dust Dub [
Artist: David Bowie
Cat No: DBD001
Released: 23rd December 2003
Price: Ã‚Â£5.00 ($ 8.61 )
Description: LIMITED PRESSING!! Rising star Danny S does the business on this Bowie gem taken from the film Labrynth. The Danny S Magic Party Mix is featured on the Club Bowie album but the harder and darker Magic Dust Dub is only available on this vinyl.
Reviews: Danny S delivers two superb mixes. The Magic Party mix is an in your face party mix which uses the vocal hook very well, but look out for those incredible sub bass frequencies which will test any system to the max. The dub is a tougher workout - excellent production and technical wizardry throughout - this is Bowie remixed with respect, an essential piece of plastic for fans and dj's alike.
There you have it children... a highly collectable release indeed. The original white label promotional version of this 12" only release, differed only in that it didn't have the identifying sticker on the sleeve, as pictured above.
I've decided to keep the question Labyrinth-based as Magic Dance originally appeared on the soundtrack. I know there are a lot of Labby Kidz out there, (Hi Baby Steve) so I'm sure the demand for this item will be pretty stiff. Anyway, on to the question:
The original Labyrinth soundtrack album had five of its twelve tracks credited to David Bowie alone... What are the titles of those five tracks.
Pretty easy I know, but I'll try and make the next one a little more tricky again. Send your answers to TotalBlamBlam@davidbowie.com with a subject line of: BowieNet Holiday Give-Away Part 3.
I'll announce the winners a week from now, after TRG has selected ten sets of correct answers when the competition ends at midnight on January 4th UK time.
Usual rules, only one entry please, and if possible e-mail from your BowieNet account. If for some reason you can't use your BowieNet account, then you must at least include your BowieNet user name in your entry.
You can still enter this competition, even if you have already entered parts one and two of the Great BowieNet Holiday Give-Away. Stay tuned for even more contests over the next few days.