Björk ‎– I Miss You

One Little Indian ‎– 194TP7CD
CD, Single, Limited Edition, CD1, White disc

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1 I Miss You 4:02
2 I Miss You (Dobie's Rub Part Two It's A Hip Hop Thing)
Rap – Rodney PRemix, Producer [Additional] – Dobie
3 I Miss You (Underwater Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Darren Emerson
4 Karvel
Engineer – Markus DravsFeaturing – Graham MasseyProducer, Mixed By – Graham Massey

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▲ This is standard white disc version. There's also rare pink disc version available.

Remix titles printed on the back as:
2. I Miss You - Dobie Pt. 2
3. I Miss You - Darren Emerson
4. Karvel - Graham Massey

Originally comes in a jewel case with white tray.

Track 2 Rap by Rodney P. of London Posse.

Track 3 Remix at Underwater Studios.

Published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd. / Sony Music Publishing except track 4 Polygram Music Publishing Ltd. / Perfect Songs Ltd.
℗ 1995 Björk Overseas Ltd. / One Little Indian Records Ltd. © 1997 Björk Overseas Ltd. / One Little Indian Records Ltd.

Artwork © 1997 Me Company.

'Jimmy (The Idiot) Of The Future' ™ and © 1997 Spumco.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016958 031329
  • Matrix / Runout (mirrored): 194TP7CD∙ ∙MASTERED BY MAYKING∙

Other Versions (5 of 20) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
194TP7CDL Björk I Miss You(CD, Single, CD2) One Little Indian 194TP7CDL UK 1997 Sell This Version
none Bjork* I Miss You(VHS, Promo) One Little Indian none UK 1997 Sell This Version
194TP7CDP Björk I Miss You(CD, Single, Promo) One Little Indian 194TP7CDP UK 1997 Sell This Version
none Bjork* I Miss You(CDr, Promo) One Little Indian, Tape To Tape none UK 1996 Sell This Version
MUMTT 88, 573 312-2 Björk I Miss You(CD, Single, Car) Mother Records, Mother Records MUMTT 88, 573 312-2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version



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February 2, 2010
I love this single so much for tracks 3 and 4. Track 3 is Darren Emerson's remix of "I Miss You", it's a beautiful stripped down house funker with minimalist percussion that lays a solid framework for melodies and sounds that have almost nothing to do with the original track but help you to see it in a different light. Track 4 is the 808 State track that never was, a Graham Massey remix of Bjork's "Karvel"; it's pure beauty, with Bjork's joyful vocals soaring over a melodic landscape underpinned with deep and powerful slow drums. For me this single defines the point in time when Bjork was at her strongest, having just released an album that wasn't too commercial but still had some killer songs on it.