Björk ‎– Biophilia

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One Little Indian ‎– TPLP1016LTD
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Blue/Orange
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Tracklist

A1 Moon 5:36
A2 Thunderbolt 5:10
B1 Crystalline 5:03
B2 Cosmogony 4:51
B3 Dark Matter 3:17
C1 Hollow 5:44
C2 Virus 5:21
D1 Sacrifice 3:57
D2 Mutual Core 5:00
D3 Solstice 4:37

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Info sticker on cover:
björk biophilia equilibrium synchronising opposites pacifist solutions pedagogic uniting choir copper electric blue galaxies atom no human scale cosmic nature/technology not narrative
limited edition coloured vinyl
mp3 code card

Double Album Orange/Blue Vinyl 33 ⅓ RPM
Limited Edition.

℗ 2011 Wellhart Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd
© 2011 Wellhart Ltd/One Little Indian Ltd
The copyright of this sound recording is controlled by Wellhart Ltd and One Little Indian Ltd, and is exclusively licensed to Polydor Records, a division of Universal Music for the world excluding the UK and Iceland.
The territories of the USA and Canada are exclusively licensed to Nonesuch records, a division of Warner Music Group for North America and Canada. All rights reserved.

Made in the UK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5016958998677
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side A): TPLP 1016 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side B): TPLP 1016 B-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side C): TPLP 1016 C-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side D): TPLP 1016 D-2

Other Versions (5 of 49) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Björk Biophilia(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) One Little Indian none UK 2011
2781697 Björk Biophilia(2x12", Album) Polydor 2781697 Europe 2011 Sell This Version
0602547516923 Björk Biophilia(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) Polydor 0602547516923 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
4605026709454 Björk Biophilia(CD, Album) Polydor 4605026709454 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
UICP-9043 Björk Biophilia(CD, Album, Unofficial, SHM) Polydor (2) UICP-9043 Japan 2011 Sell This Version

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elphyk

elphyk

October 19, 2017
I am looking for the blue disk Biophilia ‎( Album, 320) One Little Indian.
Won't you please, help me ?
Best regards
andreadionori93

andreadionori93

October 13, 2016

Not a really good pressing here, I will not recommend to buy this pressing, blue vinyl full of cracks even after cleaning
johnred

johnred

November 10, 2015
i feel really lucky because my record doesn't crackle or skip anywhere on the disc. The packaging its self is quite beautiful too i personally would recommend getting this.
mrsutton

mrsutton

August 16, 2015
hey the volta colour vinyl was DMM - is this? Ive seen it advertised as such .... the bio black vinly sounds AWFUL!
nightsprinter

nightsprinter

August 4, 2015
My favorite moment on the album (Sacrifice at 3:06) SKIPS!!! Brand new record being played on a brand new turntable and it skips!!! A brand new $32 record should not skip!!!!!!!!
mrsutton

mrsutton

June 15, 2015
We need a DMM release of Biophilia!!! And Vulnicura!!
jermainejagger

jermainejagger

June 5, 2015
No matter what i do.. the crackling noise on the blue disc wont disappear.. anyone elses suffer from this?i probably wouldnt be so bothered if my favorite track 'Hollow', also one of the quieter tracks of the album, wasnt on the blue vinyl making it even more noticeable
stevie.j

stevie.j

June 1, 2015
Mine has a pressing fault on the orange disc..a couple of pits/bumps in the vinyl..
Ramzy

Ramzy

March 22, 2015
This has the same slightly odd sound as all the other Biophilia releases. As I argued on the page for the original UK vinyl - this is cut from the same stampers - I don't think it's anything to do with the vinyl master. As I said there, it sounds quite low on treble and strangely lacking in sparkle for such a delicate, intricate album. But I own the CD of this and it suffers from the same problem. There's an interesting interview with Mandy Parnell at Sound on Sound - http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan12/articles/biophilia.htm - where she discusses how she remastered the album a couple of times until Bjork was happy, which did involve fleshing out the mid-spectrum and perhaps limiting the top and bottom ends slightly. I can only guess what we're hearing is exactly what Bjork wanted the record to sound like ('dirt, muscles, oxygen and stuff' as she writes in the manual edition).