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Björk - Who Is It album mp3

Björk - Who Is It album mp3

Performer: Björk
Title: Who Is It
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: IDM
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 841
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Björk is the only studio album by Icelandic singer Björk Guðmundsdóttir as a child singer, released on 18 December 1977 by Fálkinn. In 1976, Björk appeared on Icelandic radio singing "I Love to Love" through the music school she attended, which led her to a record deal and the release, with the help of stepfather Sævar, of her first solo album in 1977.

The discography of Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk consists of nine studio albums, two soundtrack albums, one compilation albums, six remix albums, seven live albums, four box sets, two collaboration albums, thirty-nine singles, six promotional singles and seven remixes series. Björk started her career after a recording of her rendition of Tina Charles' 1976 song "I Love to Love" became notorious on Icelandic radio.

Producer – Björk, Bogdan Raczynski. Vocals, Lyrics By – Björk. 모. The same track appears on each side, at 45rpm on Side A, at 33⅓rpm on Side B. In a generic black Rephlex sleeve. It should be noted that this is essentially a "premix" the song was written for her previous album, which is this version, when she decided to shelve this version she reworked it for her next album which is/was Medulla. shina is apunkrocker. 2016년 10월 25일. 신고. I saw this in Other Music with no explanation, just the reflex logo and "who is i. Thought it had something to do with bjork, so I bought it, no questions asked. When I got home and played it, I did a mental backflip when I heard Bogdan's voice coming out the speakers

Björk's Homogenic, her third and best album, came out 14 years ago today, in September 1997. It's one of the most important albums of the last 20 years, and I'll forgive you for not knowing that, if you didn't. Björk's an enigmatic and occasionally off-putting public presence, and you might assume her albums are too arty and pretentious, or maybe just too weird, to enjoy. Part of it is Björk's aughts-era eccentricity and recording slump, yeah. But part of it is that electronic music recorded by a female does not age well in the popular taste. For whatever reason, music made by men with traditional instruments-here, we'll say guitars, bass, drums and sometimes keyboards-seems timeless. He said that anyone who attempted, a few decades prior, to play those tracks in a room of 20-somethings would have been rebuked.

For Björk, who grew up amid Iceland’s gnarly volcanic terrain, it’s perhaps unsurprising that her own vision of utopia is one that puts humanity in harmony with nature. I’ve been talking about environmentalism for the last 20 years, about green energy and solar power and how technology is what’s going to help us collaborate with nature in a non-violent, amicable, collaborative way, she says. I’m not surprised when she describes her new record as a ‘dating album’. It’s like my Tinder album, she says slyly. Spending time with a person you enjoy on every level is obviously utopia, you know? I mean, it’s real.

Throughout the album, Björk's commitment to bringing out the strength of her melodies, despite considerable opportunity to get lost in the wall of sound, is admirable and the mark of someone who understands the importance of serving her songs. Oceania" has been marketed as the "radio single," though with its bizarre, swooping soprano lines and cyclical chord progression outlined by a chorus of Wyatt vocal samples, is hardly the most obvious choice to sell Medulla. I'd have chosen the considerably more upbeat "Who Is It", which reminds me of "Alarm.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Björk Who Is It (C2N Dattasette Mix)
Remix – Lesser
4:15
2 Björk Who Is It (Fruit Machine Mix) 3:23
3 Björk Who Is It (Bell Choir Mix)
Featuring – The Bústaðakirkja Bell Choir
3:49
4 Björk Featuring Kelis Oceania
Featuring – KelisProgrammed By – Björk, Mark Bell, Valgeir Sigurdsson*
2:55

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Universal International – UICP-5020
  • Marketed By – Universal Music K.K.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music K.K.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wellhart Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Wellhart Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – One Little Indian Ltd.
  • Licensed To – Polydor Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Björk (tracks: 1 to 4), Mark Bell (tracks: 2 to 4)
  • Written-By – Björk

Notes

Track 4 previously released as "Oceania (Radio Mix Featuring Kelis)" in the "Oceania" promo single.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988005 380661
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
446TP7CD1 Björk Who Is It ‎(CD, Single, CD1) One Little Indian 446TP7CD1 UK 2004
446TP7DVD Björk Who Is It ‎(DVD, Single, PAL) One Little Indian 446TP7DVD UK 2004
none Bjork* Who Is It ‎(VHS, Promo) Universal Music K.K. none Japan 2004
none Björk Who Is It ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Polydor none Poland 2004
none Björk Who Is It ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Universal Music K.K. none Japan 2004


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