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Björk - Interview album flac

  • Performer: Björk
  • Album: Interview
  • FLAC: 1345 mb | MP3: 1865 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Interview
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Björk - Interview album flac


1 Interview 23:32

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Total/BMG
  • Pressed By – MPO


No front cover.
Contains a poorly recorded interview from the mid 90's. Released in 1996-1998.

This is a companion to ICE 10 vinyl interview

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 030561 881119
  • Matrix / Runout ('01' is etched): ICE 1 CD MPO 01 @@@ 9 01
  • Mastering SID Code (mirrored): IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 120B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ICE 10 Björk Interview ‎(10", Ltd, Unofficial, Blu) Not On Label (Björk) ICE 10 UK Unknown

Interview with the extremely talanted Laureate of 2010's Polar Music Prize - Björk.

Enhanced HQ 720p Aspect Ratio.

In a recent interview, Björk called Utopia my Tinder album. Yes, because I thought that was hilarious, but obviously I would never be able to be on Tinder. What she’s talking about, really, is fresh experiences with new people: the excitement and sexiness and clumsiness of those encounters. When she was promoting Vulnicura, in an interview with Pitchfork, she pointed out that, for years, she has been regarded as a singer-songwriter who works with male producers. In fact, she produces her albums (those long days in front of the laptop), and she is in control of the arrangements, the sound, the mixing, everything.

What comes after heartbreak? For Björk, it’s a love letter to enthusiasm and optimism, she said. Björk’s darkly formidable 2015 album, Vulnicura, reflected the breakup of her decade-long relationship with the artist Matthew Barney in songs of nearly paralyzing pain and simmering anger, weighted with dissonant, dramatic strings. But her new album, Utopia, prizes airiness: the breath that powers voices and flutes; the atmosphere where birds fly; structures and tempos that change freely rather than being locked to a beat.

Björk Guðmundsdóttir (/bjɜːrk/; Icelandic: (listen); born 21 November 1965) is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, composer, actress, record producer, and DJ. Over her four-decade career, she has developed an eclectic musical style that draws on a range of influences and genres spanning electronic, pop, experimental, classical, trip hop, IDM, and avant-garde music.

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.

Björk is a translator. She scrounges in all corners of the human experience, finding the feeling of nuanced, often unspoken situations, then translates them to melody, to the adoration of hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide. The album was billed half-jokingly in an interview as her Tinder album and understandably so.

Björk’s latest album, Volta (Atlantic), includes two songs produced by Timbaland, as well as a percussion-driven tune called "Earth Intruders," and a song that uses a swirl of Asian-influenced strings to celebrate sex. In other words, she goes her own way gloriously- as does her interviewer, singer-songwriter Antony. ANTONY : Reading through the lyrics for your new album felt like reading a manifesto of ideas about personal power, breaking through fear, and living passionately

Björk has earned the right to a little levity. After releasing the harrowingly vulnerable Vulnicura, which documented her separation from longtime partner Matthew Barney in painstaking detail, the Icelandic artist felt spurred on by an entirely new energy. She wanted to be around people, to make new friends-to levitate out of a well of grief. Her imminent 10th studio album, Utopia, stands at the exact opposite emotional pole: Where Vulnicura painted black lakes, barren landscapes, and frozen rooms, Utopia seeks out a lush island where love is abundant and given without condition or hesitation.

Björk talks in an interview from 1996 about her relationship with Goldie and the incident at the Thailand airport. Bjork - Interview 1995. Björk - Short interview on making the video for Isobel (1995). Björk - Short interview and featurette on making the video for Isobel. Bjork is asked a few questions (1995). Björk Interview On The Clive Anderson Show 1998.