iMegaphone is the first album recorded by British singer-songwriterImogen Heap. It was released in 1998, and features the singles "Getting Scared," "Shine," "Come Here Boy" and "Oh Me, Oh My" (released to US radio only). The title is an anagram of "Imogen Heap."
In January 2002, Aozora Records re-released iMegaphone in Japan, replacing the deleted 1998 Japanese edition. The album comes packaged in a square hard cardboard case, with one side containing the album booklet, and one side containing the CD, featuring all new artwork and bonus tracks such as "Aeroplane" (remixed by Frou Frou, new version of a b-side from her single "Shine", "Airplane"), a 1998 collaboration with Urban Species titled "Blanket" or "Feeling Strange" (a b-side from Heap's single "Come Here Boy").
All lyrics written by Imogen Heap; all music composed by Imogen Heap except where noted.
On December 11, 2009, Heap released an iTunes exclusive live EP titled "Imogen Heap: An Evening With I Megaphone." The EP contains all tracks from the first issue of the album in the same order, and B-sides Leave Me To Love, Blanket, and Kidding, the latter two which appeared on the Japan reissue of iMegaphone. The EP also contains two Question and Answer sections where Heap takes questions from audience members.
All lyrics written by Imogen Heap; all music composed by Imogen Heap unless otherwise noted.
"Getting Scared (live)" (Imogen Heap, Guy Sigsworth)