BoingBoing is reporting that the original sountrack to Labyrinth is being re-released on vinyl (?) on Amazon. It’s all a bit confusing to me, as I didn’t think anyone used vinyl any more, so I’ll let them explain:

David Bowie and Trevor Jones’s soundtrack to Jim Henson’s fantastical film Labyrinth, starring Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King, will be reissued on vinyl next month for the first time since its release in 1986. (These days an original pressing goes for around $75-$100.) To complement Trevor Jones’s synthesizer/orchestra score, Bowie wrote five original songs for Labyrinth, including Underground, As The World Falls Down, and the classic Magic Dance.

Next we’ll be hearing about the fancy new wax cylinders that people are listening to their latest music on.

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