11 tracks in playlist, average track length: 4:23
Playlist length: 48 minutes 19 seconds
File-Size: 51,11 MB
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1. Björk - Human Behaviour (4:10)
2. Björk - Crying (4:52)
3. Björk - Venus As A Boy (4:42)
4. Björk - There's More To Life Than This (Recorded Live At The Milk Bar Toilets) (3:21)
5. Björk - Like Someone In Love (4:33)
6. Björk - Big Time Sensuality (3:57)
7. Björk - One Day (5:24)
8. Björk - Aeroplane (3:54)
9. Björk - Come To Me (4:55)
10. Björk - Violently Happy (4:59)
11. Björk - The Anchor Song (3:32)
Bjork has refined her sound and evolved as an artist, inspiring others since her first album, released in '93, but 'Debut' is a treasure that's just as priceless and definitely worth having in one's collection. She impressed and showed much potential here, suggesting more to offer in the future, and is one of few that manages to outshine the previous endeavor with the next. She blew many electronic fans away with her refreshingly innovative style and wacky video ideas, staking her claim as a force not to be reckoned with.
On latter albums such as 'Homogenic' and 'Vespertine', the songs were deeper and ultimately darker but most of the material here is playful dance tunes. The music, however, is creatively unique with Bjork's vocal prowess and groovy atmospherics. She became a household name with club hits like "Big Time Sensuality" and "Violently Happy" but, for me, the true highlights include the emotionally-charged "Venus As a Boy" - a striking melody with hypnotic beats and lush strings that have a slight Middle Eastern feel, and the beautifully crafted "Come To Me", which may just be my all-time favorite Bjork song with its delicate, melodic rhythms and gentle yet achy cooing.
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