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BjörkGreatest Hits

Label:One Little Indian – TPLP359
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, DMM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Pop
Style:Experimental

Tracklist

A1All Is Full Of Love
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk
A2Hyperballad
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk, Nellee Hooper
A3Human Behaviour
ProducerNellee Hooper
Written-ByNellee Hooper
A4Jóga
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk, Mark Bell
B1Bachelorette
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk
B2Army Of Me
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
Written-ByGraham Massey
B3Pagan Poetry
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk
B4Big Time Sensuality (The Fluke Minimix)
ProducerNellee Hooper
Remix, Producer [Additional]Fluke
Written-ByNellee Hooper
C1Venus As A Boy
ProducerNellee Hooper
C2Hunter
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk, Mark Bell
C3Hidden Place
Mixed ByMark Spike Stent*
ProducerBjörk
Written-ByGuy Sigsworth, Mark Bell
D1Isobel
D2Possibly Maybe
ProducerBjörk, Nellee Hooper
D3Play Dead (Tim Simenon Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Tim Simenon
Written-ByDavid Arnold, Jah Wobble
D4It's In Our Hands
ProducerBjörk, Drew Daniel
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Notes

Direct Metal Mastering (DMM).
Remastered direct from the original master tapes and pressed on 140g vinyl discs.

Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC. Digital editing at Masterdisk, NYC. Production managed at Masterdisk, NYC.

Unlike the 2008 DMM repressing of this release, this version does not include the stickered outer plastic sleeve and is not numbered. The catalog number on the cover, inner sleeves, and labels is identical to the original One Little Indian release, as is the rest of the artwork and tracklistings.

The matrix / runouts on side A and B are listed as 'TPLP 359 A-DMM A-1' and 'TPLP 359 B-DMM B-1' respectively, however the 'A-' and 'B-' in front of DMM appear to have been scratched out on both sides.

The tracklisting for side C and D on the label and cover is incorrect. The track 'Isobel' is according to the cover / label on position C4 - but is actually on D1.

Incorrect tracklisting on cover / label:
C1 Venus As A Boy
C2 Hunter
C3 Hidden Place
C4 Isobel
D1 Possibly Maybe
D2 Play Dead
D3 It's In Our Hands

Artwork titles:
Front: [03] The Conquest of the polyconsoler
Inside: [08] Operazione Morizia
Back: [14] Mjaldur
Sleeve A / B Front: [05] Rhapsody
Sleeve A / B Back: [12] Equilibrium
Sleeve C / D Front: [10] The bottom seeker
Sleeve C / D Back: [09] The elliptic mouthed illusionist
Label Side A: [11] The core
Label Side B: not named
Label Side C: [07] Balder dash
Label Side D: not named

Track A3 features samples from 'Go Down Dying' by 'Antonio Carlos Jobim', by arrangement with 'Quincy Jones Productions'.
Track D3 contains samples of 'Die Dinge Des Lebens' as performed by 'To Rococo Rot' & 'Gigi Masin', taken from the album 'The Amateur View', 'Clouds' as performed by 'Gigi Masin' and '6/3 Parallel' performed by 'Guy Sigsworth'.

The copyright in this sound recording is owned by One Little Indian Ltd. / Wellhart Ltd. and exclusively licensed to Polydor Records for the world excluding the UK, North America, and Iceland.
℗ 2002 Wellhart Ltd / One Little Indian Ltd.
© 2002 Wellhart Ltd / One Little Indian Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016958049812
  • Barcode (Text): 5 016958 049812
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TPLP 359 DMM A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TPLP 359 DMM B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): TPLP 359 DMM C-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): TPLP 359 DMM D-1

Other Versions (5 of 93)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Greatest Hits (CD, Compilation, Gatefold Cardsleeve)One Little IndianTPLP359CDUK2002
Recently Edited
Greatest Hits (CDr, Compilation, Promo, Red)Elektra62787-2US2002
Recently Edited
Greatest Hits (2×LP, Compilation)Polydor065 135-1Europe2002
Recently Edited
Greatest Hits (2×LP, Compilation)One Little IndianTPLP359UK2002
Recently Edited
Greatest Hits (CD, Album, Compilation, Copy Protected, Gatefold Cardsleeve)Polydor065134-2Europe2002

Reviews

OngakugaDaisuki's avatar
Sound: very good sound, but some volume differences from song to song, some quiet background noise between songs
boolz's avatar
boolz
Side D "Possibly Maybe" crackles like popcorn on my copy. The crackling starts maybe 1 minute into the song and lasts for at least 2 minutes. Anyone else experienced crackling on this song?
kdoctober's avatar
kdoctober
I bought a brand new copy on Amazon which claimed it was this DMM release, but what I actually received was this:
https://www.discogs.com/Bj%C3%B6rk-Greatest-Hits/release/14460630
which is a brand new cut, done in 2017 by Optimal media. It is not DMM as far as I can tell, and the side splits match the cover listing, unlike the DMM cut. I wonder if all these new listings for "brand new" copies for sale are indeed the DMM cut or (more likely) the newer Optimal media cut release I linked above. It would be nice if someone could chime in with matrix codes from all these supposedly "brand new" DMM versions that have recently popped up for sale.
GarionOrb's avatar
GarionOrb
Very impressed with the sound quality here. I bought this for "Play Dead" alone (since I have all the studio albums on vinyl) and it's the best version of the song I've heard! Though I forgot how great "It's In Our Hands" and the original mix of "All Is Full Of Love" is!
hexobject's avatar
hexobject
Edited 5 years ago
To clarify with others who own this pressing: Did your copy come with a download code? I don't see evidence of such listed in the entry, yet my copy (bought from OLI recently) has a download card included. Wondering if perhaps they did another run of this release since the 2015 pressing?
pedrojoao's avatar
pedrojoao
Vinyl confuses me like hell. From the start: a DMM 200g pressing was released in 2008 (and I'd have better luck spotting Bigfoot than that, or pay a trip to Paris with its price) and that's supposed to be mindblowingly amazing. Now it was pressed in 140g and DMM, and I thought 180g was the bare limit to get excellent sound quality. Will I get even a glimpse of what the 200g version is if I buy this?