Come To Me (Black Dog Mix) - Björk - The Best Mixes From The Album-Debut For All The People Who Don
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Label: Mother Records - POCP-1495,Polydor - POCP-1495 • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Downtempo, Experimental
The collection begins with the English electronic group Underworld 's remix of " Human Behaviour ", where, according to Allmusic 's Neg Raggett, the swing "stutter" of the original recording's percussion is replaced by "crisp disco" beats and high tempo funk loops. Their version of "The Anchor Song" includes a short loop and an a cappella vocal section halfway through the track. Four of the remixes are from a five-part promotional vinyl series issued in He considered "Human Behavior" the highlight of the collection, calling it a "masterpiece" and a high quality showcase for Underworld.
Ragget also said the closing piano performance added "unexpected charm and power" to the remix. Ragget complimented the fushion sounds of Black Dog's remix of "Come to Me" as well as the "nicely strange" loop and the a cappella vocals in "The Anchor Song". Track listing adapted from AllMusic. Release history adapted from AllMusic. The EP was released in Australia on November 28, Credits adapted from AllMusic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved October 9, Retrieved November 15, Retrieved May 24, Rovi Corporation.
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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Mixes From The Album-debut For All The People Who Don't Buy White-labels on Discogs Björk – The Best Mixes From The Album-debut For All The People Who Don't Buy White -labels Come To Me (Black Dog Mix) Remix, Producer [Additional Production /5(17).
The Best Mixes from the Album Debut for All the People Who Don't Buy White Labels (stylized in all lowercase) is the first EP and remix compilation by Björk, originally released through Polydor Records in September The collection contains six remixes of four tracks from Björk's album Debut ("Human Behaviour", "One Day", "Come to Me" and "The Anchor Song").Genre: Electronic.
Feb 09, · referencing The Best Mixes From The Album-debut For All The People Who Don't Buy White-labels, CD, MiniAlbum, Comp, TP 7CD Same as for the vinyl release and any other release of this EP, i.e. The Sabres Of Paradise's remix of 'Come To Me' was never released anywhere else, on any other release - whether commercial or promo release/5().
Oct 07, · But as the album title implies, it's the best mixes from the album debut, and there are two remixes of Come to Me, and two remixes of One Day. Neither of those songs were singles, and neither was The Anchor Song. And because of that, when you get to the second remix of a song it feels repetitive already/5(3).
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"The Best Mixes from the Album Debut for All the People Who Don't Buy White Labels" is the first EP and remix compilation released by Björk. The EP was released on September, The EP was.