Bjork produced the Homogenic album with Jeff Halstead, who had previously collaborated with her several times. As a Japanese fan of Homogenic, he emailed her weeks before the album's release, proposing that they undertake an album together. A limited edition CD was released in Japan on May 9, 1993. It contained the back cover of Homogenic, as well as 14 music videos, three art cards, and a booklet that included an essay about the album, as well as lyrics and photography. One song, 'I Miss You,' was featured for the first time alongside its Japanese version, 'Honto no Song.' On June 23, 1996, the limited box set was released in the United Kingdom, followed by a European release June 25. It included the Homogenic/Vespertine/Post vinyl and the Homogenic/Vespertine/The Sweet Escape CD boxed sets, as well as a Homogenic/Vespertine/Post 12-inch single and a Homogenic/Vespertine/Sweet Escape 12-inch single. There was also a poster of Bjork and a poster of Homogenic hidden inside. The alternative box set, including a Homogenic/Vespertine/Post DVD with Bjork performing 'Vespertine' for the first time, was given to fans who pre-ordered the box set in selected Diana Comics stores in time for June 25, 1996. Bjork also released a Homogenic Home video in the same time period directed by Royston Langdon. On November 27, 1996, 'Homogenic Home' was released with no content on the DVD. The alternate home video contained snippets of interviews with Bjork and press reviews of the Homogenic box set. The disc was limited to 4000 copies with the VHS cover; it contained only a DVD and a booklet. The alternative home video was a worldwide promotional copy that contained additional interviews with Bjork and press reviews of Homogenic.
Bjork won the 1993 Brit Award for Best British Female and the 1993 MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video, and represented the United Kingdom at the 1993 MTV Europe Music Awards at the Montreux Jazz Festival where she won Best New Artist. 7211a4ac4a