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Undo - Bjork* - Vespertine (Cassette, Album)

Posted on 13.09.2019 by Gardazuru
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8 Responses to Undo - Bjork* - Vespertine (Cassette, Album)

  1. JoJoshicage says:
    Aug 27,  · Björk’s Vespertine, released in August , may be the first (and last) album written for the Napster liasincabawinnutheatreegenessfatek.coinfo her fifth studio release, and coming off the expansive, futuristic Homogenic.
  2. Tauran says:
    Vespertine by Björk, released 27 August 1. Hidden Place 2. Cocoon 3. It's Not Up To You 4. Undo 5. Pagan Poetry 6. Frosti 7. Aurora 8. An Echo, A Stain 9. Sun In My Mouth Heirloom Harm Of Will Unison Vespertine is the fourth studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk. It was released on 27 August in the United Kingdom by One Little Independent Records and in the.
  3. Maugor says:
    Aug 27,  · Editors’ Notes Sixteen years before Björk sang of “two music nerds obsessing sending each other mp3s,” the Icelandic producer created the first love album for the Napster age. She spent three years embroidering the “microbeats” behind Vespertine—flickering, sinewy sound beds comprising samples of domestic life—intending for it to sound good even at pirated bit rates.
  4. Tojakazahn says:
    An album as an opera. Pop music is theatrical, it lives on stories, constantly creating new characters of art. In addition, no other style has changed and influenced music reception as enduringly as pop music.
  5. Gardar says:
    May 03,  · Hey there, welcome to my channel! I hope you enjoy my clean content as I listen to music and bands I'm unfamiliar with, or digging deeper into. Stick .
  6. Nigor says:
    Sep 06,  · Vespertine is a very elegant and more subtle (on average) release, as opposed to Homogenic or anything before it. Songs like Pagan Poetry and the very welcome Frosti contrast one another, yet they're meant to be on this CD, showcasing Bjork's incredible versatility/5(40).
  7. Zololar says:
    Aug 27,  · About “Undo” “Undo” is the fourth song on Björk’s fourth studio album Vespertine. It was written in a two-week session with Thomas Knak in January in Reykjavík, Iceland.
  8. Malazuru says:
    This is probably one of the most majestic art pop records I've ever heard, and it also happens to be my favorite Bjork record. The atmosphere, Bjork's vocals, the production, the flow, everything seems so elegant and multi-dimensional. Bjork is charming, beautifully conveyed, and consistent, but also is experimental and boundary-pushing.

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