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Björk
Greatest Hits

Have you ever listened to Bjork and thought 'this sounds interesting but her back catalogue is sprawling and daunting I just want to hear the best bits'? Well we have the answer in Bjork's Greatest Hits. being Bjork she couldn't just do things normally so asked her fanbase to pick their favourite tracks via an online poll. This is a blessing that means her dreadful It's Oh So Quiet debacle is thankfully missing. Also bear in mind that this was originally released in 2002 so you need to look elsewhere for anything after that. Still, a very useful intro.  

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Homogenic

Bjork's masterwork. On her fourth record, the Icelandic pop artist started marrying her trip-hop backdrop with a hugely expansive and coldly experimental sound. This record was perhaps her darkest entry yet and did Post one better by boasting an orchestra of several billion -- each making strings swell, drums coalesce or cellos brood around Bjork's darkly moving songs.

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Post

Post-Bjork? Her third solo record followed on from the gleeful and smooth Debut, and offered more of the same with slight experimental tinges that would reveal a more thoughtful and endlessly imaginative artist. With a huge backing band behind her and a knack for the sinister, Post started to hint at a new incarnation.

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Vespertine

At the time, just after the turn of a new century, Vespertine felt like a logical progression from Homogenic, released four years previously. The increased orchestral presence is rich and lush, backed with more considered, detailed beats and songs which travel from the dark and folkloric to movingly romantic. 

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Debut

It's called Debut because Bjork may be an accomplished, brilliant, wise pop musician, but she is also apparently a liar (in this small, irrelevant case only). This is actually her second solo record, and it's the best place to find the trip-hop, soft dance, good time version of an artist who went on to be a lot more elusive and challenging than this. "Crying" is actually laughing.

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Blissing Me

Taken from Bjork’s latest full length Utopia, here we have two remixes of the track Blissing Me. One with experimental artist serpentwithfeet’s (Tri Angle) unique gospel like voice, and the second removes everything except the harp and Bjork’s vocals. Limited 12” on One Little Indian.

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Life's Too Good

Before Bjork was Bjork (well, Bjork was still her name, but you know…), she was a Sugarcube, and Life’s Too Good was their debut. Dating from 1987, the record displays both 80’s production touches and a fresh, creative indie spirit. Well worth acquiring, (or reacquiring) now that it has been repressed to neon green vinyl.

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Arisen My Senses (Jlin, Lanark Artefax, Kelly Lee Owens Remixes)

Promising release from up-and-coming Icelandic artist Björk. One of the standouts of Utopia, ‘Arisen My Senses’ - a co-production with Arca - opens that LP with what can only be described as cautious bombast. Emerging from the love lockdown that was Vulnicura, ‘Arisen My Senses’ is the sound of dawn after a dark night of the soul. This EP comes fleshed out with weapons-grade remixes from Lanark Artefax, Jlin and Kelly Lee Owens.
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Joga

One Little Indian with a great Björk reissue here. ‘Jóga’, from 1997 LP Homogenic, remains one of the artist’s best-loved songs. Co-produced by Mark Bell, this is a majestic combination of baroque pop and electronica that takes the template of tracks like ‘Hyperballad’ to new heights. This accompanying EP (more of an LP, to be honest) is full of goodies - remixes by Alec Empire and Howie B, alternate versions of both the title track and ‘All Is Full Of Love’ and three rare Björk treats.

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Utopia

Utopia is Bjork’s ninth album, still with One Little Indian, still pushing boundaries artistically and sonically. The album’s artwork reflects the album’s themes and sound, apparently, but you have to be a better art critic than me to figure that out. Musically, Bjork worked with Venezuelan DJ Arca and a thirteen-piece flute orchestra. Lyrically, she is in an optimistic mood, pushing for some kind of Utopia as a necessity to escape the world we currently live in.

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Vulnicura

Back from Iceland, Björk is bringing another piece of her wild and crazy pop history to us. Vulnicura is released on double vinyl, in a deluxe digipack or a classic CD, but as far as we know none of the editions includes any fancy Björk swanmade dresses. We tried to make it happen, we really did.

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Vulnicura Live

Live recording of Icelandic songstress Bjork's grammy nominated album 'Vulnicura', which also saw her win best international female at The Brit Awards. Recorded on her 2015 tour, the album includes all the material from the original album, plus a few chosen from her previous work. Nicely packaged in a wound die-cut sleeve. 

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Mouth Mantra (The Haxan Cloak)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. The Haxan Cloak makes typically heavy work out of Mouth Mantra, surrounding Bjork with pulsating synths and hammering drums. On One Little Indian.

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Black Lake (Bloom Remix)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Bloom is the only artist to get two goes: here he turns in a pretty wild and wired avant-dance take on Black Lake. On One Little Indian.

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Family (Bloom's North Mix)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Bloom is the only artist to get two goes: here he turns in an insane experimental blast version of Family. On One Little Indian.

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History of Touches (Rabit Naked Mix)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Rabit Naked gives History of Touches a deep and reverby drone-synth bath for this installment. Pressed to translucent vinyl in a sleeve die-cut with the Vulnicura wound.

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Lionsong (Juliana Huxtable Remix)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. This is reportedly Juliana Huxtable first ever remix: hell of a start eh? Pressed to translucent vinyl in a sleeve die-cut with the Vulnicura wound.

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Stonemilker (Patten Rework)

This release is part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, wherein an artist favoured by the Icelandic queen is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Patten produces a shuffling, heavily processed rendition of Stonemilker. Pressed to translucent vinyl in a sleeve that has been die-cut with the Vulnicura wound.

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Vulnicura Strings (The Acoustic Version: Strings, Voice and Viola Organista Only)

Bjork is really treating her fans with this album round: following on from the marvellous original and the recent remix series, we now have a version of Vulcinara that strips everything back to just vocals and strings, with several new parts being recorded especially. Naturally the results are gorgeous. On One Little Indian.

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Family (Katie Gately Remix)

Part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, in which a favoured artist is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Here we have Katie Gately, doing amazing things with Family: she stripped away everything but Bjork’s vocals, and added sounds like manipulated bird calls to make a brand new whole. On One Little Indian.

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Lionsong (Choral mix featuring Untold)

Part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, in which a favoured artist is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. Here Untold takes ‘Lionsong’ and adds a crooked beat to a swirl of choral vocals. Luxurious packaging (die-cut!) and featuring an etching on the B-side of the translucent vinyl. On One Little Indian.

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Notget (Lotic Fromdeath Version)

Part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, in which a favoured artist is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. This one is Lotic’s work, and he chooses to surround Bjork with a churn of organ loops and other, more unidentifiable sounds. The flipside of the vinyl is an etching. On One Little Indian.

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Lionsong (Mica Levi Kareokjeijd Version)

Always one with a taste for grand projects, Bjork has launched a remix series for her latest album Vulnicura, the remixers hand-chosen by Bjork from a pool of up-and-coming producers she admires. Mica Levi essentially just removes the vocals from Lionsong, a bold move that exposes the beauty of the string arrangements. Translucent single-sided vinyl.

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History of Touches (Kramphaft Remix)

Always one with a taste for grand projects, Bjork has launched a remix series for her latest album Vulnicura, the remixers hand-chosen by Bjork from a pool of up-and-coming producers she admires. Kramphaft takes on History Of Touches with a lushly spacious cloud of synth choir and shuffling beats. On One Little Indian.

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Notget (Lotic Kepetsafe Version)

Always one with a taste for grand projects, Bjork is launching a remix series for her latest album Vulnicura, the remixers hand-chosen by Bjork from a pool of exciting producers she admires. Notget is worked over by Lotic, who surrounds the vocal with clouds of clicking, juddering electronics. Beautiful, but also collapsing.

Bjork & David Arnold
Play Dead


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Biophilia Live

Directed by Nick Fenton (Submarine, The Selfish Giant) and Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) 'Biophilia live' is a concert documentary of Bjork's multimedia project performance at The Alexandra Palace in London towards the end of her 2013/14 tour. The show is a multi-platform, multi-instrumental, multi-media, mulit-everything extravaganza of music, art and design. Watching it is like climbing inside the mind of a mad Icelandic genius and realising that everything is going to be amazing.

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Dull Flame Of Desire (feat Antony!)

So good it wasn't enough for it to just be on Volta, Bjork's cut "The Dull Flame of Desire" (which features none other than Anthony) is wrapped up and prized into a big fat 12" collection for your delight. The song's grandiose melancholy and quoted lyrics make for one of the most epic cuts in Bjork's discography -- and that's saying a lot, alright?

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Telegram

Björk has always been a true pioneer, but the fact that she was one of the first champions of the remix album is often a little overlooked. While it’s now fairly common for a mainstream artist to have their worked chopped up by other producers, few were doing so in the mid-90’s when Björk was making her name, and even fewer were producing whole albums of edits and re-rubs ala 1996’s Telegram. This LP sees tracks from Björk’s wonderful Post given a going over by the likes of Dillinja and Lucy. There are also alternate mixes and an original from the Post sessions (‘Lucky Spine’).

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Drawing Restraint 9

This is a soundtrack Björk made for Drawing Restraint 9 a film directed by her then partner Matthew Barney. In order to gain inspiration she travelled to Japan to study ancient Japanese music. You can't ever accuse her of not putting the hours in. It also features Will Oldham singing a letter from a Japanese fisherman. 
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Looking For A Thrill


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Across Uneven Terrain


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