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Undo - Björk - Vespertine (CD, Album)

Undo - Björk - Vespertine (CD, Album)

  • Voodoogis says:
    Vespertine Live is a live album by Icelandic singer Björk, collecting her favorite performances from her Vespertine World Tour.A companion album to 's critically acclaimed Vespertine, Vespertine Live was originally released in the 5 disc Live Box set in and was later released separately on 1 June by One Little Indian records.
  • Vigore says:
    Vespertine is a romantic, atmospheric album – and it won’t be something you’ll hear in nightclubs. It sounds like Björk has grown up, however child-like the glockenspiels sound; while that would be a pity, it is also fascinating for anyone who loves her music. She is a .
  • Tektilar says:
    Starting with 'Hidden Place', Vespertine is an extremely cohesive conceptual album which worked with melodies in the opening half, and built up with a more emotional atmosphere in the later half. 'Coccoon', 'Undo', 'Pagan Poetry', 'Aurora' & "Harm Of Will' are my personal favourites.
  • Akigis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Vespertine on Discogs. Label: Elektra - 2A,Elektra - A • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Ambient.
  • Milkis says:
    Mar 16,  · The four CD's contained within it are live versions of Bjork's first four solo studio albums "Debut," "Post," Homogenic" and "Vespertine." It's taken me quite a while to truly appreciate them all as individual sets, but it's been worth it because it is truly an exceptional piece of music to add to any Bjork fan's collection/5(23).
  • Aragis says:
    Bjork - Vespertine MP3 music DVA album at CD Universe, This DVD-Audio disc features 12 tracks such as Hidden Place, Cocoon, Undo, Aurora, Sun in my Mouth, Harm of Will.
  • Vudosar says:
    Described by Björk as "about being on your own in your house with your laptop and whispering for a year and just writing a very peaceful song that tiptoes," Vespertine's vocals seldom rise above a whisper, the rhythms mimic heartbeats and breathing, and a pristine, music-box delicacy unites the album into a deceptively fragile, hypnotic whole 9/
  • Moogushakar says:
    The featured classic album is “Vespertine” by Björk (One Little Indian, ) – “it's difficult to pick out highlights from a record that really demands to be listened to in it's entirety” Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

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