The Sugarcubes - Birthday herunterladen
|1||Blue Eyed Pop (Instrumental)|
|7 tp 7||The Sugarcubes||Birthday (7", Single)||One Little Indian||7 tp 7||UK||1987|
|12tp11L||The Sugarcubes||Birthday (Christmas Mix) (12", Single, Dou)||One Little Indian||12tp11L||UK||1988|
|12TP11||Sugarcubes||Birthday (12", TP, W/Lbl)||One Little Indian||12TP11||UK||1988|
|7tp11||The Sugarcubes||Birthday (7", Single, TP)||One Little Indian||7tp11||UK||1988|
|12tp11||The Sugarcubes||Birthday (12", Single)||One Little Indian||12tp11||UK||1988|
Comes in a black sleeve with Mayking Records vinyl labels.
On label: DATE 9 JUIN 1988.
Artist and track titles A1 to B2 do not appear on the release itself.
Early test pressing with 2 tracks on each side. The track positions and titles A2 to B2 were changed on a later pressing / release of 12tp11.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): MPO 12 TP 11 A1 Townhouse
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): MPO 12 TP 11 B1 Townhouse
- Made By – Mayking Records
- Pressed By – MPO
- Mastered At – The Town House
Birthday is a song written and recorded by Icelandic band the Sugarcubes. It was released as a single in 1987, and included in their 1988 debut album Life's Too Good. It was their first international single and the first single released from the album. The Icelandic version, Ammæli, was released on the Iceland-only single Einn Moli' Á Mann One Cube Per Head the previous year and was included as the B-side on the international single. It was released as a single in 1987, and included in their 1988 debut album. Текст песни: She lives in this house over there Has her world outside it Scrapples in the earth with her fingers and her mouth Shes five years old Thread worms on a string. Birthday is a song written and recorded by Icelandic band The Sugarcubes for their 1988 debut album Life's Too Good. After Birthday became the single of the week in Melody Maker magazine and NME in August 1987, and was selected as number one in John Peel's Festive FBirthday is a song written and recorded by Icelandic band The Sugarcubes for their 1988 debut album Life's Too Good. After Birthday became the single of the week in Melody Maker magazine and NME in August 1987, and was selected as number one in John Peel's Festive F read more. It was their fi read more. The Sugarcubes Birthday is the quintessential Björk single. It has all of her trademark qualities, her sexy shriek, the vivid imagery and otherworldly lyrics that we have come to know and love. Birthday is the song that started it all, the one that introduced a tiny Icelandic chanteuse to the world. I fell in love with her and her orgasmic howl when I first saw the video on MTVs 120 Minutes. Watching Björk dance around in her little red dress and chirp with that voice, I was hooked after one single listen. And since that first howl with The Sugarcubes and on her own as a solo artist, Bjo. Birthday is the song that brought Björk into the popular American consciousness. Released in August 1987 on the Sugarcubes debut album Life's Too Good, it was the band's first international single. The song is most notable for Bjork's unique vocal gymnastics and for its odd lyrics about a girl who threads worms on a string, keeps spiders in her pocket, and collects fly wings in a jar. Album 1987 4 Songs. Birthday - EP. The Sugarcubes. Alternative 1987. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Life's Too Good. Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week Stick Around for Joy. Its It. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted