David Bowie (1987) Day-In Day-Out 12″

Very Brief:
As promised on Monday, here’s another David Bowie 12″ from 1987…  The singles “Day-In Day-Out” and “Never Let Me Down” from the ‘Never Let Me Down’ album were the last US Top 40 singles of Bowie’s career to date.  This 12″ features remixes by mastermixer extraordinaire Shep Pettibone.

David Bowie (1987) Day-In Day-Out 12"The Source:
Label: EMI America Records
Catalog#: V-19234
Format: Vinyl, 12″, 33 1/3 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1987

David Bowie (1987) Day-In Day-Out 12"The A Side:
Day-In Day-Out (Extended Dance Mix) 7:15

The B Side:
Day-In Day-Out (Extended Dub Mix) 7:17
Julie 3:40

The Billboard Charts:

Chart Debuted Debut Pos. Peak Pos. Wks on Chart
Hot 100 4/4/87 72 21 12
Top Rock/Album Rock Tracks 4/4/87 3 10
Hot Dance/Disco 4/25/87 10 8

The Equipment:
Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
Audio Technica AT440MLa Phono Cartridge
Yamaha RX-Z1 A/V Receiver
Sony PCM-R300 DAT Deck
Turtle Beach Catalina sound card
Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Scanner
Spin Clean Record Washer MKII

The Software:
Cool Edit Pro
Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006
Microsoft ICE

The Links:

Day-In Day-Out FLAC

Day-In Day-Out MP3

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Day-In Day-Out

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10 Responses to “David Bowie (1987) Day-In Day-Out 12″”

  1. kookoo says:

    Thank you for this Bowie 12″. I’ve never heard theses mixes before.

  2. Kasper says:

    I usually come here to get a Prince-related fix,
    but this is very welcome too!

  3. Modernaire says:

    This is a good one DJRP! Great song, big late 80’s sound, great message lyrically, I really dig this DB era, thanks big time for this dub!

  4. Andrew says:

    There was ‘talk’ of a Remix Album ala what Paula Abdul n’ Janet Jackson would do later on.
    There are pictures of the sleeve [that’s as far as it got !] on the web.
    Also of a LIVE LP to follow on from Let’s Dance, which may explain the idea of singles like Modern Love having a live take on the flip.
    Instead the much maligned Tonight n’ Never Let Me Down or Bowie on ‘auto-pilot’ and pleasing few popped out.
    I like them !
    There are some great tunes in among the directionless + muddy production trying to escape.
    As I said b4 there are several Vinyl Only Bowie things, they might not all be remixes though.

  5. derek says:

    So awesome that you posted this! I mentioned this mix in a David Bowie fan forum a long time ago and got about 300 emails (back when mail groups were how you did things) making fun of me through the day. 🙂 Still, I love it and this mix. Thanks for the clean rip! Mine is scratched, sadly, and my USB turntable is full of tin!

  6. 2wicky says:

    For anyone interested in Bowie: The acclaimed “David Bowie Is” exhibition is coming to Chicago – don’t miss. I went to Berlin this summer to see it and it’s a must for any Bowie fan. First stop of the exhibition was London, then Berlin, now Chicogo, Paris will be next…

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