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Todd Ireland

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Posted: 23 November 2004 at 7:08pm | IP Logged Quote Todd Ireland

In a recent e-mail conversation I had with edtop40, he claims that the version of David Bowie's "Day-In Day-Out" on the 2-CD set The Singles 1969-1993 (Rykodisc 10218/19) is not the 45 version, as stated in the 10th edition. He says the vocals begin :04 later on this CD than on the 45. As a result, the run time on the 45 is 4:10, while the run time on the CD is 4:14. Has anyone else caught this?
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Posted: 24 November 2004 at 12:25pm | IP Logged Quote Moderator

This new information is correct as Day-In Day-Out has yet to appear in the true 45 version on cd. I'll post this also on the Errata/Corrections forum.

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Posted: 14 January 2006 at 4:33pm | IP Logged Quote edtop40

after reviewing this matter further i determined that the 45 version is identical to the version from the cd "singles 1969-1993" with a slight edit at the 0:08 mark in the cd version.......the 45 has the first vocals at 0:08 while cd version has the first vocals at the 0:12 mark.........the rest of the song is the same........i believe this song could be easily edited with a computer editing addition.........i just bought the 1987 promo cd single of the song "never let me down".........this is the only place to find the 45 version which is the "7 inch remix edit"........anyone need a copy let me know.......

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David Pro

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Posted: 22 September 2020 at 4:39pm | IP Logged Quote David Pro

I've got this information from a thread in the
Steve Hoffman forum which states that the
version of Day-In Day-Out" appearing on The
Singles: 1969-1993
is not the correct
single version, but it was used on the UK
release which was titled The Singles


EMI use the correct single edit of Day-In Day-
Out. Ryko have created their own unique edit
with a few extra seconds of the intro left
intact and a longer fade, plus a slightly
tidier splice in the guitar solo than the
actual single edit.

So the version of "Day-In Day-Out" on the Ryko
edition was another incorrect recreation of a
45 edit much like the wrong edits of the
Let's Dance singles. Aditionally, the
second CD of that Ryko compilation has a
unique edit of "Loving the Alien" which is a
shorter version of the LP version running
4:43, but the actual 45 version of that song
is a different mix.

Edited by David Pro on 22 September 2020 at 4:39pm
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