Björk - UNICEF Charity Record - Army Of Me - Remixes And Covers mp3 album
- Performer: Björk
- Title: UNICEF Charity Record - Army Of Me - Remixes And Covers
- Genre: Electronic / Rock
- Country: UK
- Formats: MP2 MP4 TTA XM VOX VQF AAC
- Released: 2005
- Style: Country Rock, Abstract, Lounge, Nu Metal, Ambient, Thrash, Electro, Synth-pop, Experimental
- MP3 album: 1245 mb
- FLAC album: 1268 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 325
In 2005, Björk, to help the UNICEF, released a charity benefit compilation entitled Army of Me: Remixes and Covers, which featured a series of covers and remixes by artists from all over the world. Army of Me" was written in 1992 by Björk and Graham Massey, during one of the first recording for Debut, along with "The Modern Things", but Björk decided to put the songs on hold and to wait for releasing them. Even so, Björk performed the songs during some dates on her Debut Tour. The singer further explained the song: "Imagine. "Army of Me-xes for Charity Record". Retrieved 5 January 2012.
Vocals – Björk (tracks: 5, 10, 16). Notes. Made in the US". The cat can be found on disc and rear side of the booklet. Standard jewel case with clear tray, 4-page booklet. UNICEF Charity Record - Army Of Me - Remixes And Covers (CDr, Album, Promo). Army Of Me Remixes And Covers (CD, Album).
Army of Me: Remixes and Covers (2005). Drawing Restraint 9 (2005). She secured a deal with a record company through which she released her first solo album, Björk, in 1977 when she was twelve year. jörk performing at Rock en Seine during the Volta Tour (2007). Björk is the first studio album by Icelandic singer Björk, released on 18 December 1977 by Fálkinn. In 1976, Björk appeared on Icelandic radio singing "I Love to Love" through the music school she attended, which led her to a record deal and the release, with the help of stepfather Sævar, of he. mage: Bjork,1977,Front. Utopia (Björk album).
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. The song was featured on Björk’s compilation album, Greatest Hits (2002). In 2004, Björk, to help the UNICEF, released a charity benefit compilation entitled Army of Me: Remixes and Covers, which featured a series of covers and remix by artists from all over the world. What have the artists said about the song? I had written two tracks with Graham Massey before I did Debut : Army Of Me and The Modern Things. Then I met Nellee Hooper and we ended up doing a whole album’s worth of stuff together, so I decided to keep those two songs, wait, and put them on the next album.
Army of Me: Remixes and Covers was released in May 2005. It is a collection of seventeen eclectic remixes of Björk's song "Army of Me" from Post, her 1995 album. Army of Me: Remixes and Covers was organised by Björk in response to the devastating Asian tsunami.
Björk received six hundred different remixes of the song before settling on the final twenty versions which made the album. It peaked at number fourteen on the dance albums chart in the UK and at number 168 in the France album charts track listing.
A surprisingly eclectic and listenable collection, Army of Me: Remixes and Covers also has the bonus of being a charity album benefiting Unicef's work with children, making it a good album for a good cause.
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Army of Me: Remixes and Covers. One Little Indian 2005.
|1||–Interzone||Army Of Me||5:17|
|2||–Grisbi||Army Of Me||3:00|
|3||–50hertz feat. Häxor Och Porr* and Slagsmålsklubben||Army Of Djur||3:17|
|4||–The Messengers Of God||Army Of Me||2:57|
|5||–Dr Syntax'n'CB Turbo* v Rivethead||Army Of Me||3:32|
|6||–Dr. Gunni||Army Of Me||1:28|
|7||–Martin White||Army Of Me (Accordion Mix)||1:28|
|8||–HEMP||Army Of Me||3:08|
|9||–Lunamoth||Army Of Me||5:42|
|10||–Beats Beyond||Army Of Me (Bersarinplatz Mix)||4:43|
|11||–Peter Baker||Army Of Me (Baker Mix)||0:54|
|12||–Random||Army Of Me||4:08|
|13||–Atoi||Army Of Me||4:31|
|14||–R. Luvbeats||Army Of Me (The Liquid Riot Mix)||2:41|
|15||–Alfredo Lietor||Army Of Me (Pink Battle Mash U)||2:54|
|16||–Patrick Wolf||Army Of Me (Army Of Klaus Remix)||3:48|
|17||–Neetoo||Army Of Me (Undancing Remix)||3:43|
|19||–Mikhail Karikis||Once More (In CoF Minor)||4:14|
|20||–Tor Bruce||Army Of Me||4:05|
- Record Company – One Little Indian US
- Vocals – Björk (tracks: 5, 10, 16)
NotesBjork UNICEF Charity Record
Army Of Me - Remixes and Covers
Various Artists OLI 467
US promo release, CDr in plastic wallet with printed insert.
All tracks are interpretations of Björk's 1995 single, "Army Of Me".
Her voice appears on three tracks: 5, 10 & 16.
|TPLP467CD||Björk||‹Army Of Me› Remixes And Covers (CD, Album)||One Little Indian||TPLP467CD||UK||2005|
|OLI467||Björk||‹Army Of Me› Remixes And Covers (CD, Album)||One Little Indian, Unicef||OLI467||US||2005|
|OLI467||Björk||‹Army Of Me› Remixes And Covers (CD, Album, Unofficial)||East Records||OLI467||Europe||2005|
|none||Various||"Army Of Me" – Charity Record (CDr, Album, Promo)||One Little Indian||none||UK||2005|