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Album Information
Album Labyrinth
Artist Trevor Jones, David Bowie
Year 1986
Genre Soundtrack
ASIN B000002U9L

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
No Link 01 Opening Titles (Including Underground)
Trevor Jones, David Bowie
3:17 177
AmazoniTunes 02 Into The Labyrinth
Trevor Jones
2:10 80
AmazoniTunes 03 Magic Dance
David Bowie
5:09 224
AmazoniTunes 04 Sarah
Trevor Jones
3:08 75
AmazoniTunes 05 Chilly Down
David Bowie
3:43 129
AmazoniTunes 06 Hallucination
Trevor Jones
2:59 64
AmazoniTunes 07 As The World Falls Down
David Bowie
4:47 169
AmazoniTunes 08 The Goblin Battle
Trevor Jones
3:27 55
AmazoniTunes 09 Within You
David Bowie
3:27 142
AmazoniTunes 10 Thirteen O'Clock
Trevor Jones
3:04 88
AmazoniTunes 11 Home At Last
Trevor Jones
1:43 111
AmazoniTunes 12 Underground
David Bowie
5:55 190

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Reviewers Rating

2 reviews done for this album.

A nostalgic favorite with a neglected score
By: LadyInque
Date: 5 Nov 2009
As with many Disney soundtracks (one of which this is not), this album has two sides: the songs, written and mostly performed by David Bowie in character as the Goblin King, and the score, written by Trevor Jones. Both are products of their time. The songs feel very 80s in some places, and the score is mostly synthesizer.

The songs function best, I think, as a souvenir of the movie for those who want such a thing. They get requested a lot here at SST, probably for their nostalgia value. If they have that for you, as they do for me, then you already know what you want to request, and you should have fun. “Underground,” the song played during the main titles, gets a great gospel arrangement in the final track.

But the score is not bad at all, and I think it is underplayed here. The main theme is a favorite of mine, and its best statement is in the “Opening Titles,” which makes a good blend between the vocal and score sides of the album. “Sarah” and “Home at Last” are very pretty, and there is dramatic tension in “Thirteen O’Clock.”

Request: “Opening Titles,” “Sarah,” and “Thirteen O’Clock.”
Avoid: “The Goblin Battle.” This track demands much from the synthesizers, and they’re not up to it.

4 of 4 found this review helpful

Wonderful score that is way ahead of it's time
By: Morg
Date: 2 Jul 2017
Great music. Comedy. Tragedy. Action. Suspense. What do all four of these items have in common? They are the classic ingredients for a wonderful score to a wonderful movie, that, for 1986, was well ahead of it's time.

This collaboration between Trevor Jones and David Bowie is like non other. Between Jones' fantasy score, and Bowie's performance as the Goblin King, writing and singing his own music, this is a one of a kind collaboration between two legendary artists, the likes that only come around once every couple of decades.

For those of us who grew up watching Labyrinth, you know there are many unmistakable selections on this album that you would recognize after only hearing the first couple of notes. Among my most favorite are Chilly Down, Magic Dance, As The World Falls Down, and Underground</i>

This is a wonderful album if you are looking for a sense of 80s nastalgia, and is a must watch movie.

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