Bloc Party ‎– Flux

Wichita ‎– WEBB135T
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Clear

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A Flux (12" Version) 6:32
B1 Flux (12" Instrumental) 6:32
B2 Where Is Home? (Burial Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Burial


  • Artwork By [Design] – Work
  • Mastered ByNilesh Patel
  • Photography – Rut Blees Luxemberg
  • Producer [Additional]Nigel Walton (tracks: A, B1)
  • Producer, Mixed By, Programmed By, Keyboards [Keys]Jacknife Lee
  • Recorded By, Programmed By [Additional Programming]Sam Bell
  • Written-ByBloc Party


<small>Barcode: 5055036221351
</small>℗<small> 2007 Bloc Party, under exclusive license to Wichita Recordings.
</small>©<small> 2007 Bloc Party, under exclusive license to Wichita Recordings.
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Bloc Party, and is exclusively licensed to Wichita Recordings.
Made in the EU.
Marketed and distributed by V2 Music.
Published by EMI Music Publishing.
Produced and mixed for Big Life Management.
Recorded and additional programming for SSO.
Recorded at The Garage.
Mastered at The Exchange, London.
12" version and 12" Instrumental - additional production at The Edit Suite.

Etching Side A: 'WEBB 135 T A-1' 'NILZ - THE EXCHANGE'
Etching Side B: 'WEBB 135T B-1' 'NILZ - THE EXCHANGE'</small>

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WEBB135S Bloc Party Flux(7", Single, Cle) Wichita WEBB135S Europe 2007 Sell This Version
NMECD07-05, WEBB135SCD Bloc Party Flux Remixes(Minimax, Single, CD1) New Musical Express, Wichita NMECD07-05, WEBB135SCD UK & Ireland 2007 Sell This Version
none Bloc Party Flux(CDr, Promo) Wichita none UK 2007 Sell This Version
WEBB135SCDP Bloc Party Flux(CD, Single, Promo) Wichita WEBB135SCDP UK 2007 Sell This Version
WEBB135JPN Bloc Party Flux(CD, Single) Wichita WEBB135JPN Japan 2007 Sell This Version


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June 4, 2017

Probably the best Burial remix ever. Worth getting just for that track alone.


June 8, 2014

Five stars for the Burial remix. If somebody told me it was the best thing he ever did, I wouldn't argue with them. Gotta be the best thing Bloc Party's ever had happen to them as well. The original song is fairly interesting, lyrically-speaking, but Burial finds the real heart of it and lays it bare, pulsating in a wet cobblestone alley. (The a-side is pretty good, too, to be honest. Just nothing like the wear-your-vinyl-out Burial remix.)