|1||You've Been Flirting Again|
Arranged By [String Arrangements By] – Björk, Eumir DeodatoCello [Principal] – Tony PleethConductor – Eumir DeodatoContractor [Orchestra] – Isobel GriffithsEngineer [Assistant] – Adrian ScarffEngineer [Recording] – Steve Price Leader [Orchestral] – Gavin WrightMixed By – Marcus DravsProducer – BjörkViola [Principal] – Bob SmissenWritten-By – Björk Gudmundsdóttir
Engineer – Howie BernsteinEngineer [Assistant] – Oswald "Wiz" BoweKeyboards – BjörkProducer – Björk, Nellee HooperProgrammed By [Programming By] – Marius De VriesWritten-By – Björk Gudmundsdóttir
|3||Army Of Me|
Engineer [Original Engineering By] – Al FischKeyboards – Björk, Graham Massey, Marius De VriesMixed By – Mark "Spike" StentPerformer – Björk, Graham Massey, Marius De Vries, Nellee HooperProducer – Björk, Graham Massey, Nellee HooperProgrammed By [Programming] – Graham Massey, Marius De VriesWritten-By – Björk Gudmundsdóttir, Graham Massey
Producer – Björk, Black DogProgrammed By [Programming], Keyboards – Black DogWritten By – Björk Gudmundsdóttir/The Black Dog (Downie, Handley, Turner)Written-By – Turner, Björk Gudmundsdóttir, Black Dog, The, Handley, Downie
- Design [Astro Bear Modelled By] – Lost In Space
- Design [Astro Boy Modelled By] – Martin Gardiner
- Design [Cover Design By] – Me Company
℗ and © 1995 Björk Overseas Ltd./One Little Indian Ltd. Artwork © 1995 Me Company.
The copyright in this recording is owned by Björk Overseas Ltd. under license to One Little Indian Ltd. and exclusively licensed to Mother Records for the world excluding U.K. North America and Iceland.
Made in England.
2, 3- Polygram Music Publishing Ltd.
1- Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Perfect Songs Ltd.
4- Polygram Music Publishing Ltd./Copyright Control.
Originally released in standard jewel case with white tray. Includes 6-page booklet.
Also available mispressing with wrong tracks on the CD. You can't see any difference, but actually they contain the tracks of 162TP7CDL.
Track durations are not printed on the release.
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- Barcode: 5 016958 025021
- Matrix / Runout (mirrored): MASTERED BY MAYKING · 162TP7CD .
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Björk Overseas Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Björk Overseas Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – One Little Indian Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – One Little Indian Ltd.
- Licensed To – One Little Indian Ltd.
- Licensed To – Mother Records
- Copyright (c) – Me Company
- Published By – Polygram Music Publishing Ltd.
- Published By – Perfect Songs Ltd.
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Glass Mastered At – Mayking
Army of Me - Björk. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: Stand up Youve got to manage I wont sympathize video for army of me by björk directed by michel gondry. written by björkgraham massey. 1995 BjörkOverseas LtdOne Little Indian Records Of Me - Björk. Redirected from Army of Me Björk song. Army of Me is a song recorded by Icelandic musician Björk for her second studio album Post 1995. It was released on 21 April 1995 by One Little Indian as the lead single from the album. The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who helped her in producing and writing the majority of her third album. Lyrically, the industrial rock song was inspired by the damaging behavior of Björk's brother, and in the lyrics she tells him to stand up. Army of Me is a song by Björk, released in 1995 as the first, and leading, single from her second solo album Post. It is a grinding, industrial tune, punctuated by numerous samples of explosions and lyrics which encourages the listener to stop complaining and get on with life or else. The song also appeared, later in the same year, on the soundtrack of Tank Girl. This song was also ranked 316 in Blender magazine's The 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born. When Björk realised it was her most popular song to be covered by other musicians, it appeared on a 2-CD ch read more. Björk - Army Of Me Featuring Skunk Anansie. Björk - Army Of Me Instrumental ABA All-Stars Mix. Any worries that a collection of 20 different versions of Army of Me could be repetitive are put to rest by the sheer diversity running through the album. Naturally, completely redone interpretations of the song, such as the Messengers of God's countrified singalong and Martin White's accordion instrumental, are the most radically different, but even the remixes of Björk's original have plenty of their own originality. Army of Me was released on April 21, 1995 as the lead single from Björks second full-length Post 1995. The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who also helped her in producing and writing The Modern Things. Army of Me was a commercial success, and the first single from Björk to enter in the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart. Björk premiered the song on some gigs during the Debut Tour before the release of the album. She performed it in a series of TV appearances, and notably, for the first time on Top of the Pops with Skunk Anansie. Additionally, the song was performed on every date of the Post Tour