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  • Performer: Björk
  • Album: Vulnicura
  • FLAC: 1292 mb | MP3: 1243 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Pop
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 590
Björk - Vulnicura album flac

I do not own anything. All rights go to dear god Björk (and respective owners).

Vulnicura is the eighth studio album by Icelandic musician and singer Björk. It was produced by Björk, Arca and The Haxan Cloak, and released on 20 January 2015 by One Little Indian Records. Björk said the album expresses her feelings before and after her breakup with American contemporary artist Matthew Barney and the healing process

Vulnicura Live is a live album by Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk featuring 14 songs performed during her 2015 Vulnicura Tour.

Vulnicura is the eighth studio album by Björk. The album was supposed to be released in March 2015 but due to a leak, Björk and her team decided to release it on January 20th, 2015. The album was written in 2013, the year Björk and her partner Matthew Barney broke-up and it documents the progressive deterioration of the relationship and the subsequent overcoming of her pain. These two phases are symbolised by the wound and the healing of the wound.

In Björk’s discography, Vulnicura most resembles Vespertine, another unyieldingly cerebral work about vulnerability and being turned by love to besotted viscera, and also an unmistakably female album. Vulnicura doubles down on these elements, from the choir arrangements to the yonic wound imagery of the cover, like Björk’s attempt at a grand unified photoshoot of female pain, to Vulnicura’s echoes from the first track ("Moments of clarity are so rare-I better document this") of the long tradition of women artists thinking and rethinking their. own life stories, in public, until they.

Rush-released after an internet leak, the new LP by Iceland’s greatest export is a break-up album like no other. By Brent DiCrescenzo Posted: Wednesday January 21 2015. Before making ‘Vulnicura’, Björk had two things removed from her: a throat polyp and a domestic partner, American artist Matthew Barney. Her ninth record, then, is the obligatory break-up album, one sung with extraordinarily renewed power.

Words fail to describe "vulnicura" new Björk album, this one was written and produced by Björk own in partnership with producer Ark and The Haxan Cloak. Björk did all the string arrangements graced us with an extraordinary work of art. Vulnicura is a record that moves the listener from the first track till the end. It is divinely produced by The Haxan Cloak and Arca and isVulnicura is a record that moves the listener from the first track till the end. It is divinely produced by The Haxan Cloak and Arca and is about the end of a relationship, which means that it's a sad album.

Violin – Björk Óskarsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Bryndís Pálsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Dóra Björgvinsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Geirþrúður Ása Guðmundsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Gunnhildur Daðadóttir (tracks: A1, A2, B2 to D2), Helga Þóra Björgvinsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Hlín Erlendsdóttir (tracks: A1, B2), Ingrid Karlsdóttir (tracks: A1. .Comes in gatefold sleeve and a paling acetate slipcase with additional artwork. Comes with a sticker in front: "björk. includes mp3 download card + exclusive acetate artwork.

Vulnicura may be the most personal, emotive and heartbreaking album which Björk has ever made. After the exploration of universe and nature with the previous project Biophilia, the icelandic deity focuses all of her forces around the feelings of her own heart, giving us an abstract journey through deep love, the desperate sorrow in losing it, and maybe, the hope of a new beginning. I don't know what it is about this album, but MAN was it hard to listen to and not dose off. I don't think that the song lengths really do justice, as most songs, I feel, go on for way too much time and just keep dragging. Wish I could've enjoyed this more.

Seven tracks into Vulnicura comes a song called Atom Dance. It is the moment when the mood of Björk’s ninth solo album finally shifts a little, from black despair to something close to battered optimism. It’s a kind of avant-garde I Will Survive. That could be a description of Vulnicura itself. The album details her separation from artist Matthew Barney so unflinchingly that the first six songs are subtitled with a sort of date-stamp: Five Months Before, Two Months After.