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.
Vinyl LP £16.35 TPLP51
LP on One Little Indian.
- Only 1 copy left (2 people have this in their carts)
Tape £8.49 TPLP51CS
Pink coloured cassette tape reissue on One Little Indian.
Vinyl LP £25.49 TPLP51DMM
200 gram DMM vinyl reissue job, One Little Indian. Pricey but quite fit looking.
Vinyl LP £14.99 TPLP51LTD
Coloured vinyl reissue LP on One Little Indian. Edition of 5000 copies.
- Coloured vinyl
10/10 nameeman 19th May 2015
I love Bjork, that being said, I love her first four albums the most. Probably this one and Homogenic are her quintessential albums. This one is hit after hit. If you don't get one of the 5,000 colored vinyl releases (florescent pink this one is) don't say you haven't been warned. Here goes: Warning... This album will sell out then you will cry like a baby you didn't order one then the room will be O So Quiet...shhh..shhh. Hyper-Ballad, Army of Me, Isobel, Possibly Maybe, I Miss You. If you are a fan, get yourself one and don't be silly.
7/10 Jack 28th January 2015
Despite it's originality or maybe because of it, critics (for the most part) agreed it was too experimental to be musically inspiring. However, after being eased into Bjork's style and uniqueness, critics and fans alike took to her follow-up `Post' with enthusiasm. It's no surprise: the album is more innovative, emotionally moving and contains more musical impact than `Debut'. I had no choice but to crank up the music real loud on my headphones when I popped this album in my CD player. There are so many songs that hit the listener hard here.
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