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BjörkDeclare Independence

Label:One Little Indian – 837tp12, One Little Indian – 837TP12
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
CD, Single
DVD, Single, NTSC
Box Set, Limited Edition
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Electro, Experimental, Hardcore, Industrial

Tracklist

ADeclare Independence (Ghostigital 12" Mix)
ProducerCurver, Einar Örn
RemixGhostigital
2:52
BDeclare Independence (Mark Stent Mix)
Mixed ByMark Stent
4:14
CDeclare Independence (Matthew Herbert 12” Mix)
RemixMatthew Herbert
5:14
DDeclare Independence (Mark Stent Instrumental)
Mixed ByMark Stent
4:14
CD-1Declare Independence (Mark Stent Mix)
Mixed ByMark Stent
4:16
CD-2Declare Independence (Ghostigital In Deep End Dance 12" Remix)
ProducerCurver, Einar Örn
RemixGhostigital
2:52
CD-3Declare Independence (Matthew Herbert 12” Mix)
RemixMatthew Herbert
5:24
CD-4Declare Independence (Mark Stent Instrumental)
Mixed ByMark Stent
4:14
DVDDeclare Independence (Video)
Film DirectorMichel Gondry
Mixed By [5.1 Dolby Digital & Dts Surround Sound Mixes]Paul ‹P-Dub› Walton*
4:44
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‹declare independence›
the very very limited ‹multiformat› collection
double heavy vinyl ∙ cd ∙ dvd

Edition of 10,000, in sealed fold-out wide-spined sleeve, with five inner card sleeves, holding two paper vinyl covers with the CD and DVD affixed to the middle of each.

"Declare Independence (Mark Stent Mix)" is the original album mix by Mark Stent with clean intro.

[DVD region: 0] [NTSC compatible with most PAL players]

℗ © 2008 Wellhart Ltd / One Little Indian Ltd. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Wellhart Ltd / One Little Indian Ltd and is exclusively licensed to Polydor Ltd (UK) for the world excluding the UK, North America and Iceland.
made in the eu

Catalog number printed as 837tp12 on the spine but as 837TP12 on the back sleeve.
The durations are not printed on the release.

Paste-over distributor barcode on shrink-wrap, original barcode underneath.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016958 089269
  • Barcode (Scanned): 634457197220
  • Matrix / Runout (12''1 Side A): 837TP12A
  • Matrix / Runout (12''1 Side B): 837TP12B
  • Matrix / Runout (12''2 Side C): 837TP12C
  • Matrix / Runout (12''2 Side D): 837TP12D
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): EDC Blackburn Ltd 837TP7CD 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (CD - Variant 1): IFPI 04BF
  • Mould SID Code (CD - Variant 2): IFPI 04BE
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): Sony DADC 837TP12DVD 01
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD): IFPI LY33
  • Mould SID Code (DVD - Variant 1): IFPI AEW09
  • Mould SID Code (DVD - Variant 2): IFPI AEW10

Other Versions (5 of 9)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Declare Independence (12", White Label, #A)One Little Indian837TP 12UK2007
Declare Independence (12", White Label, #B)One Little Indian837TP12BUK2007
Declare Independence (CDr, Single, Promo)One Little IndiannoneUK2007
Declare Independence (DVDr, Single, Promo, DVD-Video)Universal Music GreecenoneGreece2007
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Declare Independence (DVDr, Single, Promo, DVD-Video, PAL)One Little IndiannoneUK2007

Reviews

ReadyBeast's profile picture
ReadyBeast
Edited 11 years ago
When I first listened to the "Volta" album, this song instantly became an obvious choice for a single to me. You can't escape its catchy lyrics and its wild bass, furious beats and effects. So I was expecting a lot from the remixes to come as I was waiting for my boxset to arrive. The artwork and package of this single turn it into something you can't miss as a collector.
But when I listened to the remixes, I was quite disappointed. The best track here is the original version. The ghostigital remix, unlike the one they did for "Innocence", is rather empty, short and useless. There is nothing from the original except some unbearabale high pitch Björk vocals thrown into the mix. That track goes nowhere and, before you get used to it, is over.
The Matthew Herbert one is big let down compared to the one he did for "Pagan Poetry". He managed to turn the song into something dull, soft, slow and boring.
On the other hand, the accompanying video to the song is another really good work from Michel Gondry and I am pleased to see him working with Björk again.
All in all, this release is OK but not great. Having the same material on both vinyl and CD has no use for me. They could have put some different tracks on each of the formats like the record company used to do in the past.