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Björk - Alarm Call


1Alarm Call (Phunk You)3:39
2Alarm Call (Potage Du Jour)4:20
3Alarm Call (Locked)3:02


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
232TP7CDBjörk Alarm Call ‎(CD, Single, CD1)One Little Indian232TP7CDUK1998
noneBjork Alarm Call ‎(VHS, Promo)ElektranoneUS1998
noneBjork Alarm Call ‎(VHS, Promo)One Little IndiannoneUK1998
567 143-2Björk Alarm Call ‎(CD, Single)Mother Records567 143-2Europe1998
BJORK 29LLBjörk Good Batteries ‎(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl)Not On LabelBJORK 29LLEurope1998


  • ArtworkMe Company
  • ProducerBjörk, Mark Bell
  • RemixMark Bell
  • Written-ByBjörk


This one came out a bit later than the first 5 12"es, most likely in 1998 December, although maybe it was already 1999.

The vinyl's sticker says incorrectly, that the playback rotational speed is 33 ⅓ RPM, while all tracks are played with 45 RPM.

The tracks at the side B are incorrectly numbered as 03 and 04, while the release contains only three tracks.

© Björk Overseas Ltd / One Little Indian Ltd.


  • Barcode: 5 016958 037765
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 232TP 12 P 6 A-01-01-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 232TP 12 P 6 B-01-01-
  • Matrix / Runout (Handwritten at matrix of side A): THE EXCHANGE


  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Copyright (c) – Björk Overseas Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – One Little Indian Ltd.



Текст песни: I have walked this earth and watched people. i can be sincere and say I like them You cant say no to hope, cant say no to happiness I want to go on a mountain-top. Alarm Call is a song recorded by Icelandic singer Björk for her third studio album Homogenic 1997. It was released as the fourth single from the album, peaking at number 33 in the United Kingdom. The sped-up radio version of the song which was also featured in the video was used in the 1999 film The Mod Squad. The song, originally labelled Jacko on the Homogenic demo tape, speaks of reawakening through music. Björk explained: I think that music has the power to change the things, and that's. Alarm Call is a song recorded by Björk for her 1997 album Homogenic. The song was released as the fourth single from the album, peaking at 33 in the United Kingdom. The song speaks of re-awakening through music and is rumoured to be about Michael Jackson as it was originally titled Jacko in the Homogenic demos. Björk explained. I think that music has the power to change the things, and thats what I wanted to show on Alarm Call. It is the only single from Homogenic that was not included on Greatest Hits. What have the artists. Alarm Call is a song by Björk from her fourth studio album, Homogenic. It was released as the fourth official single from the album. Categories: Songs. Music videos. Homogenic songs. The original video was released with the örk - Alarm Call 1998. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Björk - Alarm Call 1998. Björk - Alarm Call Radio Mix. Björk - Alarm Call Rhythmic Phonetics Mix. Björk - Alarm Call Bjeck Mix. Watch the video for Alarm Call from Björk's Homogenic for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar örk. 1 Alarm Call French dub. 2 Alarm Call Gangsta. 3 Alarm Call radio mix. 4 Alarm Call Potage du Jour. More albums from Björk. Features Creatures Fever Ray Remix. Alarm Call is a track by Björk from the album Homogenic released in 1997. This track is rated in the top 2 of all tracks on . BJORK ALARM CALL PART 3 CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 5h 18m 54s Ships to: Worldwide. BJORK - Alarm Call - CD Single 3 CD SET Condition: Very Good

Björk - Alarm Call
Performer: Björk
Genre: Electro
Title: Alarm Call
Country: UK
Released: Dec 1998
Style: Leftfield, Tech House, House
MP3 album: 2078 mb
FLAC album: 1440 mb
Source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, #6
№ Cat: 232tp12p6
Label: One Little Indian

OK guys, we found it! That's the best release of Bjork - Alarm Call. These mixes are the best ones, of course they're from Mark Bell!

The best one is the Potage du Jour, it's the more achieved of this record, it has a funky bass, and a driving vocal sample (hellooo..hap).
The 2 other version being the same kind but with less instruments or so. They're made to be mixed with other tunes. The locked version has a high pitched voice to be play slower, while the Phunk You is low and demands to be played faster.
M. Bell is the best in making great music, and great records to mix!