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Biophilia

Author: Björk.; Thom Yorke
Publisher: New York : Nonesuch, ℗2011.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bjork continues to be on the cutting edge of music as she releases the follow up to 2009's Voltaic. Biophilia is an exploration of the universe and the relationship between music, nature, and technology. Includes the single Virus.

" ... Songs are astounding."--NPR Music.

"4 out of 5 ... Bjork sings it like a sorceress sharing a recipe ... eerie details that suffuse her eighth album ..."--Rolling Stone.

"A- ... glistening natural resource flowing from her throat."--Entertainment Weekly.  Read more...

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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Rock music; Popular music
All Authors / Contributors: Björk.; Thom Yorke
OCLC Number: 748342660
Language Note: Vocal works sung primarily in English; the last work sung in Icelandic.
Notes: Popular songs.
Compact disc.
Lyrics in English and Icelandic and credits ([24] p. : col. ill.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Björk, vocals, arrangements ; Thom Yorke, vocals (track 13) ; additional assisting musicians.
Event notes: Recorded variously in Reykjavik, Seltjarnarnes, Þingvellir, Iceland, New York, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, and Belize.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Moon --
Thunderbolt --
Crystalline --
Cosmogony --
Dark matter --
Hollow --
Virus --
Sacrifice --
Mutual core --
Solstice --
Extra tracks. Hollow (original 7 minutes version) --
Dark matter --
(with choir & organ) --
Nattura.
Responsibility: Björk.

Abstract:

Bjork continues to be on the cutting edge of music as she releases the follow up to 2009's Voltaic. Biophilia is an exploration of the universe and the relationship between music, nature, and technology. Includes the single Virus.

" ... Songs are astounding."--NPR Music.

"4 out of 5 ... Bjork sings it like a sorceress sharing a recipe ... eerie details that suffuse her eighth album ..."--Rolling Stone.

"A- ... glistening natural resource flowing from her throat."--Entertainment Weekly.

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