Björk ‎– Bachelorette

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One Little Indian ‎– 212TP7BOX
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Box Set
3 × CD, Single
VHS, PAL
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CD1-1 Bachelorette (Radio Edit)
Edited By – BjörkEngineer [Assistant] – Biarni B., Ivar Bongo Ragnarsson*Written-By, Producer – Björk
3:37
CD1-2 My Snare
Written-By, Producer – Björk, Mark Bell
3:37
CD1-3 Scary
Harpsichord – Guy SigsworthProducer – BjörkWritten-By – Björk, Guy Sigsworth
2:35
CD1-4 Bachelorette (Howie "Spread" Mix)
Remix – Howie B.
5:49
CD2-1 Bachelorette (Mark Bell "Optimism" Remix)
Remix – Mark Bell
4:09
CD2-2 Bachelorette (Mark Bell "Zip" Remix)
Remix – Mark Bell
4:18
CD2-3 Bachelorette (Mark Bell "Blue" Remix)
Remix – Mark Bell
2:52
CD2-4 Bachelorette (Album Version)
Written-By, Producer – Björk
5:12
CD3-1 Bachelorette (RZA Remix)
Engineer [Remix] – Scott HardingRemix – RZA
5:29
CD3-2 Bachelorette (Alec Empire "Hypermodern Jazz" Remix)
Remix – Alec Empire
5:33
CD3-3 Bachelorette (Alec Empire "The Ice Princess And The Killer Whale" Remix)
Remix – Alec Empire
6:23
CD3-4 Bachelorette (Grooverider "Jeep" Remix)
Remix – Grooverider
9:11
VHS Bachelorette
Film Director – Michel Gondry
5:17

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Contains 3 x CD Singles and 1 x VHS Video
This is domestic version with PAL video, also export NTSC version available. 10000 copies produced in total for both versions.

Individual catalog numbers:
CD 1: One Little Indian 212TP7CD
CD 2: One Little Indian 212TP7CDLX
CD 3: One Little Indian 212TP7CDX
There's also another, non-box version of "CD 2" available (212TP7CDL) which comprises the tracks from box CD2 and CD3.
At this time, box versions of CD2 and CD3 are available separately as well but initially they were available only as part of the box.

Tracks CD1-1, CD1-4, CD2-1 to CD2-4 and CD3-1 to CD3-4 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd.
Track CD1-2 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Warp-EMI Music Publishing.
Track CD1-3 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Copyright Control.

Track CD1-1: Edited at Syrland Studios, Iceland.
Tracks CD3-2 & CD3-3: Additional Production for Digital Hardcore Recordings.
Track CD3-4: Additional Production for RUN Productions.

Artwork © 1997 Me Company, moral rights asserted and reserved.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Björk Overseas Ltd. under licence to One Little Indian Records and is exclusively licensed to Mother Records for the world excluding the UK, North America and Iceland.
℗ 1997 Björk Overseas Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd.
© 1997 Björk Overseas Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Box & CD1): 5 016958 033620
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 212TP7CD ▪
  • Barcode (CD2): 5 016958 033705
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 212TP7CDLX ▪
  • Barcode (CD3): 5 016958 033828
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): 212TP7CDX ▪
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 to CD3): IFPI LA31
  • Other (mastering data; CD1 to CD3): MASTERED BY DOCDATA

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
212TP7CD Björk Bachelorette(CD, Single, CD1) One Little Indian 212TP7CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
212TP7CDX Björk Bachelorette(CD, Single, CD3) One Little Indian 212TP7CDX UK 1997 Sell This Version
212TP 12P4 Björk Bachelorette (Grooverider & RZA Mixes)(12", Promo) One Little Indian 212TP 12P4 UK 1997 Sell This Version
Bach12Pro Björk Bachelorette / Jóga(12") Mother Records Bach12Pro Europe 1997 Sell This Version
212TP 12P3 Björk Bachelorette(12", Promo, W/Lbl) One Little Indian 212TP 12P3 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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FLuViRuS

November 7, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Let's just cut to the chase. The most outstanding remix of the lot is - quite easily - Alec Empire's The Ice Princess & The Killer Whale version. The beginning strains of the chilling industrial grinding aptly hints at the digital hardcore about to burst forth. Suddenly, a cacophony of epileptic drums explode, driving the track at insanely dangerous, breakneck speed. Anyone familiar with Alec Empire will know what I am talking about. This is accompanied by the angst-ridden vocals of Bjork, making one realise the self-confident Bachelorette in the original version has been transformed into a cold, sinister Ice Princess, who threatens: "If you forget my name, you will go astray." Trust me, no one will forget her name after the ear-pumelling experience.