Björk ‎– Pagan Poetry (Infusion Mix)

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rr1000 ‎– rr1000-003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Unofficial Release
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A Pagan Poetry (Infusion Remix)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
352TP7CD Björk Pagan Poetry(CD, Single, CD1) One Little Indian 352TP7CD UK 2001 Sell This Version
none Björk Pagan Poetry(CDr, Single, Promo) Universal Music Denmark none Denmark 2001 Sell This Version
352TP7CD Björk Pagan Poetry(CD, Single, RP, CD1) One Little Indian 352TP7CD UK Unknown Sell This Version
UICP-5011 Björk Pagan Poetry(CD, Single, Promo) Polydor UICP-5011 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
570 489-2 Björk Pagan Poetry(CD, Single, CD2) Universal Music México, S.A. de C.V. 570 489-2 Mexico 2001 Sell This Version

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buzzydj

buzzydj

February 18, 2018
I have this on white label promo, but can't seem to find the listing for it
jsusz

jsusz

December 21, 2014
Remember my youth times
Ortofon_S_On_Acid

Ortofon_S_On_Acid

February 3, 2008

I heard this remix for the first time while I was sitting in the Bar de Boeddha in Delft where it was played as a part of Paul Oakenfold's "Great Wall" DJ Mixes and immediately after I came home, I started searching a copy online. I'm really glad that I found one of these (limited to 1000) records for an affordable price on Ebay, after keeping an eye out for it for some weeks (unfortunately all rr1000 releases are quite hard to find).
A very atmospheric recording. The perfect chill-out music. If you can't find (/afford) the vinyl, get Oakenfold's CD Sampler on Amazon, it's the second track on the second "Perfecto" CD and this track alone makes the mix well worth buying.
philfunkyness

philfunkyness

April 6, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

I was given the hard sell on this one by a friend of a friend who runs a very cool record shop in London's Soho - I went there to buy something else entirely. I strapped on the cans, sat down on a comfy bar stool and listened to the music pouring into my ears. This is a beautiful track by anyone's standard, and although I have never been a massive fan of Bjorks work, there is something in this record that draws you in and it just works so so well.
Haunting, atmospheric, gorgeous, moody, just plain brilliant - it's difficult to sum up a song of this quality using any one word...but if I had to try, it would probably be this one. Essential.
djdamnage

djdamnage

April 1, 2003

Yet another great bootleg from the RR1000 label, this time Austraila's Infusion ("Star Water...Its Allright"/ Hold that Body mixes)
does a massive progressive breaks remix of Bjork's latest single. Very atmospheric and breezy production will have fans of Way Out West and Ashtrax going nuts.