|Digging In The Dirt|
|Produced by Daniel Lanois, Peter Gabriel, Dave Bottrill|
|Released on September 1992|
|UK CHART POSITION #24 . . . US CHART POSITION #52|
|Find it at GEMM|
|GEFDM 21816 cover|
I already own Us, so the elpee version of “Digging In The Dirt” is no surprise. The instrumental version pumps up the beat, strips away some of the sugarcoating, and serves as an interesting remix that’ll have you digging that crazy beat. “Quiet Steam” (which served as the 7-inch B side) is just what its name implies: a hushed version of “Steam” that plays like a dark confessional. The nonalbum Bashi-Bazouk is wild: an electronic nightmare of evil hatched in a digital jungle. If you enjoyed the exotic mixes of Us, the CD single is full of surprises and well worth unearthing. Won a Grammy for Best Short-Form Video in 1993.
Dave Bottrill -- engineer, frameman mix (US CDS track 2)
Richard Blair -- remix (US CDS track 4)
Malcolm Garrett/Assorted Images -- package
Zush -- painting
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||September 1992||Virgin||7"||PGS/PGSC7||picture sleeve|
|UK||September 1992||Virgin||CDS||PGSDG7||picture sleeve|
|US||September 1992||Geffen||CDS||GEFDM 21816|
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