BT ‎– Movement In Still Life

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Headspace ‎– HEDSLP001, Pioneer (3) ‎– HEDSLP001
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A1 BT Movement In Still Life
Edited By [Pro-Tools Editing] – Andy GrayProducer, Arranged By – BTRecorded By [All Analog Synths] – Jeff KoepferScratches [Additional Scratching Skillz] – Peanut Butter WolfWritten-By – BT, C. Chase*, E. Fletcher*, M. Glover*, S. Robinson*
A2 BT Ride
Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – BT, SashaVocoder [VP-330 Vocoder Bits] – BT
A3 BT Madskillz-Mic Chekka
Loops [Stomper Loop], Programmed By [Additional Rhythm Programming] – Andy PageOther [Additional New Skool Knowledge], Programmed By [Additional] – Adam Freeland, Kevin BeberScratches [Turntable Madness] – DJ Davey Dave*Vocals – Hutchi, Planet Asia, RascoWritten-By, Arranged By, Producer – BT
B1 Tsunami One And BT The Hip Hop Phenomenon
Engineer [Mad Ass Logic Skillz] – Andy PageEngineer, Producer [Additional], Programmed By [Additional] – Kevin BeberWritten-By, Producer – BT, Tsunami One
B2 BT Mercury And Solace
Edited By [Additional Vocal Editing] – Andy PageHihat [Live High Hat Loop] – Kane McGeeProducer, Arranged By – BTWritten-By – BT, Jan Johnston
B3 BT Godspeed
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – BT
C1 BT Dreaming
Backing Vocals – Jan JohnstonEdited By [Vocal Edits And Time Stretching] – Andy Page, Gaëtan SchurrerProducer, Arranged By – BTScratches – Davey DaveVocals [Uncredited] – Kirsty HawkshawWritten-By – B. Transeau*, J. Tzuke*, M. Paxman*, P. Muggleton*
C2 BT Giving Up The Ghost
Vocals – DJ RapWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By – BT
D1 BT Namistai
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – BT, Paul van Dyk
D2 BT Running Down The Way Up
Guitar – Richard FortesProducer, Arranged By – BT, HybridVocals – Kirsty HawkshawVocals [Additional] – Jan JohnstonWritten-By – BT, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Mike Truman
D3 BT Satellite
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Jan JohnstonDrums [Live] – Scott FrassettoEngineer – Andy Gray, BTEngineer [Pro-Tools Madness] – Andy GrayRecorded By [Live Drums] – Steven Barken*Written-By, Producer, Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Programmed By – BT

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Gatefold sleeve.

"Movement In Still Life" contains a sample of The Message (Acapella Version) by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, featuring Mellie Mel and Duke Bootee. ©1982 Sugar Hill Records. Sample use authorized courtesy Sugar Hill Music.

Jan Johnston appears courtesy of Perfecto Records.

"Dreaming" contains elements from "We'll Go Dreaming" written by Tzuke / Paxman / Muggleton and published by EMI 10 Music Ltd/The Valentine Music Group. Used with permission courtesy EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and Valentine Music Group.

DJ Rap appears courtesy of Higher Ground.

Paul van Dyk appears courtesy of Deviant Records.

Richard Fortes appears courtesy of 550/Epic Records.
Hybrid appears courtesy of Distinctive Records.

Album sequenced in Pro-Tools 5.0 in London, September 16, 1999.
All tracks ℗ 1999 Headspace Recordings. © Embrace The Future Inc./Pioneer Entertainment Europe Limited. Except Track A02 ℗ Brian Transeau / Alexander Coe. © 1999 Embrace The Future Inc./Pioneer Entertainment Europe Limited. Originally released on Yoshitoshi Recordings and Track B01 originally released on Marina Parade.

Made in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5037023300218
  • Barcode (Text): 5 037023 300218
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side A): HEDSLP001 A2 FSV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side B): HEDSLP001 B FSV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side C): HEDSLP001 C FSV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side D): HEDSLP001 D FSV

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SMAT-A03 BT Movement In Still Life (Special Edition 2CD Set)(CD, Album, Mixed + CD, Comp + S/Edition) S.M. Entertainment SMAT-A03 South Korea 1999 Sell This Version
0 6700 30154 2 4 BT Movement In Still Life(CD, Album) Nettwerk 0 6700 30154 2 4 Canada 2000 Sell This Version
HEDJLP001 BT Movement In Still Life(2xLP, W/Lbl) Headspace HEDJLP001 UK 1999 Sell This Version
CML 6001 BT Movement In Still Life(CD, Album, Mixed + CD, Comp) Embrace The Future CML 6001 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
NFX 20003 BT Movement In Still Life(CD, Album) Net Fx NFX 20003 Europe 1999 Sell This Version

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SomeWhiteNoise

SomeWhiteNoise

March 4, 2018
edited 7 months ago
There's 10 different releases of this album tracklist wise, collecting them all can get a bit confusing. Here's a breakdown:

The definitive version of this album is the UK Version (#1), which was released worldwide (except North America and Australia) in 1999. This is the mixed album starting with Movement In Still Life and ending with Satellite. A version with unmixed track transitions between sides was released on 2xLP (#2). Later, in response to unmixed versions of Ride, Mercury and Solace, and Godspeed being released as singles, the album was re-released as a special one-track-per-side 4xLP box set (#3), featuring the rest of the album in extended unmixed form on vinyl, with the b-side Fibonacci Sequence at the end replacing Satellite.

There were three different bonus CDs to accompany the "UK Version" in different markets. The UK had a 7 track bonus CD (#4) with Never Gonna Come Back Down, Fibonacci Sequence, the extended version of Namistai, and 4 remixes (one by BT himself under the Libra alias). East Asia got a "Special Edition" with a 9 track bonus CD (#5), featuring Fibonacci Sequence and every extended mix EXCEPT Running Down the Way Up and Giving Up The Ghost, plus a longer version of Ride and 2 remixes. Japan got a mostly empty CD2 with Fibonacci Sequence and the Japan exclusive Sunblind (#6).

Slightly later in Australia, a "1.01" version of the album was released (#7) - identical to the "UK Version" but with Never Gonna Come Back Down mixed into the album in place of The Hip Hop Phenomenon.

Then in 2000 a "US Version" of the album was released (#8), which was almost a completely different album - unmixed, 4 songs were replaced with new hip hop and rock influenced tracks, and the remaining 7 songs were edited down to shorter versions.

Australia returned with their own 2CD version in 2000 (#9), with a 9 track bonus CD including a few great remixes plus Fibonacci Sequence, the full version of Hip Hop Phenomenon and the 3 US exclusives - this is the MOST COMPLETE official release, if you're looking for one version of every song in one package, and don't care about extended mixes or shorter edits.

Finally, a demo version of the album pressed to an internal-only promo CD (#10) can be found, featuring 8 early mixes. One track, Later My Love aka Far From Goodbye, never made the final album and is still unfinished / unreleased. Lastly, there's a track called Believer from the Go! soundtrack that was written in this era, and it's nearly a mashup between Mercury and Solace and Never Gonna Come Back Down.

If you want to practically collect every version of every song from this era - not including remixes from other artists - you'll need the Japan release for the UK Version and Sunblind, the 4xLP for all the extended versions plus Fibonacci Sequence, and a US release for the US exclusives and shorter edits.

You'll still be missing the alternate track transitions from the Australian and 2xLP releases though. And the early versions from the demo CD. And the plethora of edits and extended versions from the single releases too. Isn't collecting fun?

IN A LIST:
UK Standard (#1)
- 2xLP Variant (some unmixed transitions) (#2)
- 4xLP Variant (extended mixes) (#3)
+ UK CD2 (7 remixes and b-sides) (#4)
+ East Asia CD2 (9 remixes and almost every extended version) (#5)
+ Japanese CD2 (2 bonus tracks) (#6)
Aussie Standard (minus Hip Hop Phenomenon and plus Never Gonna Come Back Down) (#7)
+ Aussie CD2 (9 remixes and tracks from other versions) (#9)
US Standard (completely revised unmixed tracklist) (#8)
1999 Demo Version (7 early mixes plus one unreleased track) (#10)