An enhanced single, 'Jezebel', including a new Recoil video was released on September 18th, 2000.
Full track list:

Jezebel (enhanced CD)
01 Jezebel (edit)

02 Jezebel (Slick Sixty mix)

03 Electro Blues For Bukka White (2000 mix)

04 Black Box (complete)

05 Jezebel (video)

UK CD - Mute 233 
'Jezebel' features vocals by The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet and Diamanda Galás with a remixed version by Slick Sixty and Roger Johnson. 'Electro Blues' originally appeared on the 'Bloodline' LP and has been remixed by Alan and PK. 'Black Box' is the full 14 minute version.
The CD artwork has been designed by Michael Williams at Intro and the promo has been directed by Richard Bell for State Films.

TV, RADIO + PRESS activity

In the UK, 'Jezebel' was added to the XFM A list for 6 weeks which guaranteed around 20 plays per week. XFM were very supportive of 'Strange Hours' as well. Alan appeared live in the studio for an interview with Zane Lowe on Friday 22nd September.
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'Jezebel' also received a daytime Radio One play proving that the Lord does indeed move in mysterious ways! It was played on the Mark Radcliffe show and, apparently, received a positive response. Johnny Walker also played it on Radio 2 and John Peel played 'Electro Blues For Bukka White' (2000 mix) in his evening show on Radio One.
The video for 'Jezebel' also received many positive reactions. MTV featured it on 'Alternative Nation' and added it to their 'Brand New' playlist which meant around 5 plays in the week commencing 28th August. It was also played on MTV New (equivalent of 'Brand New' in the Euro and Nordic regions)
'Buzz Tracks', a music show on Rapture TV showed the video the week commencing 21st August. The show goes out 7 times a week.

The promo was also shown on the video screens at the Reading and Leeds summer festivals. It was rotated during the band changeovers.


The promo was put on N3 rotation at Viva Zwei which meant a play at least once per day. It also received plays on Viva (Wahwah) and MTV Central.

The 'Jezebel' video went into heavy rotation on TMC2 / Videomusic, having been featured on 'Lista F' which meant that it was one of the 16 most frequently aired videos. On the radio side, alternative stations came on board.

SolMusica (TV) playlisted the video the week of release (19 plays per week) and continued to playlist it for the following 2 weeks. Specialist radio stations also added the track. Journalists strongly supported the LP which was included in the 'Best Of The Year' features during December 2000.

'Jezebel' was playlisted on Studio Brussels which meant about 5 plays per week, mainly on afternoon and evening programmes. Radio 21, Radio Antipode and RIVA FM all gave it spot plays while TMF played the video.

Although there are no plans to release 'Jezebel' commercially, the single was promoted through all the usual radio and video outlets.

As for UK press, 'Jezebel' was voted 'Single of the Week' in The Independent the week of 11th September. It also received a very glowing review by Chris Salmon for Time Out magazine followed by an appearance in their critics' choice section in the next issue ("... This chilling, exhilarating, turn or burn gospel-with-beats tale is stunning stuff..."). It was also reviewed for The Times newspaper by Victoria Segal, djmag (4/5) and (4/5).

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