Björk ‎– Homogenic

One Little Indian ‎– TPLP71LTD
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, Green

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Hunter
Lyrics By – Björk
A2 Jóga
Lyrics By – Björk, Sjón
A3 Unravel
Lyrics By – Björk
A4 Bachelorette
Bass – Chris Laurence, Mike BrittainBrass – Paul Gardham, Paul PritchardCello – Helen Liebmann, John Tunnell*, Martin Loveday, Paul KeggContractor – Isobel GriffithsCopyist – Tony Stanton (2)Harp – Helen TunstallHorn – Jeff Bryant, Mike Thompson*Lyrics By – SjónRecorded By [Strings] – Steve Price (6)Snare [Military] – Frank RicottiTimpani – Steve HendersonViola – Bill Hawkes, George Robertson, Peter Lale, Roger ChaseViolin – Ben Cruft, Gavyn Wright, Jim McLeod, Maciej Rakowski, Mark Berrow, Perry Montague-Mason, Peter Oxer, Roger Garland, Vaughn Armon, Wilf Gibson
A5 All Neon Like
Lyrics By – Björk
B1 5 Years
Lyrics By – Björk
B2 Immature
Lyrics By – Björk
B3 Alarm Call
Lyrics By – Björk
B4 Pluto
Lyrics By – Björk
B5 All Is Full Of Love
Lyrics By – Björk

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Info sticker on cover:
björk homogenic icelandic/cosmopolitan contrast patriotic warrior confrontational green volcanic beats icelandic octet active
limited edition coloured vinyl
mp3 code card

Single Album Green Vinyl 33 ⅓ RPM
Limited Edition.

Published by Polygram Music Publishing ltd. except Track 3: Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Copyright Control. Track 9: Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Warp-EMI Music Publishing.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Björk Overseas Ltd. under license to One Little Indian Records and exclusively licensed to Mother Records for the World excluding the UK, North America and Iceland
℗ 1997 Bjork Overseas Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd
© 1997 Bjork Overseas Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd
Artwork © 1997 Me Company
Made in England

Paul Gardham and Paul Pritchard are incorrectly credited for "Bass" on the credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016958 998639
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): TPLP-71 A-1 EW 54192E1/A NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): TPLP 71 B-1 EW NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE. 54192E2/A

Other Versions (5 of 119) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TPLP71CD Björk Homogenic(CD, Album) One Little Indian TPLP71CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
539178-2 Björk Homogenic(CD, Album, Dig) PolyGram 539178-2 Taiwan 1997 Sell This Version
none Björk Homogenic(CD, Album, Unofficial) Elektra (2) none Russia 1997 Sell This Version
539 166-2 Björk Homogenic(CD, Album) Mother Records, PolyGram 539 166-2 Brazil 1997 Sell This Version
539 178-2 Björk Homogenic(CD, Album, Unofficial, Gol) Not On Label 539 178-2 Unknown Sell This Version


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May 25, 2018
Could anyone double check the runouts please?

Mine (which is green) matches with all the descriptions above but its runouts are as follows:

Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): BFgO199-01 A1 MCD TPLP71
Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): BFgO199-01 B1 MCD TPLP71
Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): TPLP71LTD-A
Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): TPLP71LTD-B

practically the same as this(black) pressing:


February 10, 2018
the sound quality on this is really bad. especially on side a. theres a lot of surface noise and clicks and pops especially on all neon like, however side b is way better. gorgeous record though


May 4, 2016
I have two copies, and in both copies the song Hunter skips in the exact same part, is it a pressing mistake? Anyone with the same problem?


January 17, 2016

This one sounds a little better than POST but still a bit sharp on the high end and too much surface noise. If you have the coin (and really really love Bjork), nothing will ever compare to the 200g 2008 reissue. I have those for DEBUT and POST and they are the gold standard for me to compare anything to.


November 30, 2015

Beautiful repress and astonishingly good sound quality :)


August 21, 2015
The sellers here are overpricing this edition. You can still get this in record stores for $22.95.


May 26, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Amazing pressing!
The only downfall of the color represses is that the sleeves are thin and so are the records.
But the records themselves sound incredible especially for color vinyl!
BTW the green vinyl looks awesome with light behind it.


May 17, 2015
This album is so beautiful and I love the green but I can definitely hear some surface noise too also the sleeve and actually record itself are very like flimsy and light it's still really great and I love it but very light


May 2, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
Agreed. Mine sounds very good but with pops and surface noise. Harshness with the "S" sound, as also noted below. Somewhat disappointed with that. Was expecting more for the price and limited edition. Oh well. Guess I'll wait until this one and the others get re-issued in black. Was hoping for a little more out of this series.


April 23, 2015
Mine sounds OK but it's practically a flexidisc!! I didn't even know you could have records made this thin anymore!!! I'll wait for the regular versions of the rest.