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Vespertine

by Bjork

Vespertine by Bjork

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Vespertine

by Bjork

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Label: Rhino/Elektra
Bjork described her fourth (or fifth, if you count Selmasongs) solo album in terms of solitude, whispers and walking on tiptoe, and she's right: Influenced by the glitch music of the time, her beats crunch lightly like animals' paws in snow, while her arrangements, rich with strings and Rhodes, are as delicate as the feathered drawings that curl across the sleeve. It is her quietest, most intimate album, by a long shot, full of tinkling music boxes and ethereal choirs; it dissolves like sugar on the tongue.

About This Album

Bjork described her fourth (or fifth, if you count Selmasongs) solo album in terms of solitude, whispers and walking on tiptoe, and she's right: Influenced by the glitch music of the time, her beats crunch lightly like animals' paws in snow, while her arrangements, rich with strings and Rhodes, are as delicate as the feathered drawings that curl across the sleeve. It is her quietest, most intimate album, by a long shot, full of tinkling music boxes and ethereal choirs; it dissolves like sugar on the tongue.

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About This Album

Bjork described her fourth (or fifth, if you count Selmasongs) solo album in terms of solitude, whispers and walking on tiptoe, and she's right: Influenced by the glitch music of the time, her beats crunch lightly like animals' paws in snow, while her arrangements, rich with strings and Rhodes, are as delicate as the feathered drawings that curl across the sleeve. It is her quietest, most intimate album, by a long shot, full of tinkling music boxes and ethereal choirs; it dissolves like sugar on the tongue.