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by Bjork

First Played: 01/10/2002 07:07 AM
Last Played: 03/08/2022 03:48 PM
Total Plays: 96

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  • Larry Mizell, Jr. : 03/08/2022 03:48 PM
    #263 in our countdown of listeners' favorite songs of the last 50 years. ----------------- https://www.kexp.org/donate/
  • Evie : 11/21/2021 03:00 PM
    It's Sunday! It's Evie! Thanks to DJ Miss Ashley for an awesome show... HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Björk Guðmundsdóttir, born on this day in 1965 -- turning 56 today! Björk described this track: 'Basically, 'Hyper-ballad' is about having this kind of bag going on and three years have passed and you're not high anymore. You have to make an effort consciously and nature's not helping you anymore. So you wake up early in the morning and you sneak outside and you do something horrible and destructive, break whatever you can find, watch a horrible film, read a bit of William Burroughs, something really gross and come home and be like, 'Hi honey, how are you?' Read more at this archived version of her Web site: https://tinyurl.com/4n4ab8v8
  • John Richards : 10/20/2021 09:53 AM
    Björk by request for Raven! https://www.bjork.com/
  • Evie : 08/15/2021 04:16 PM
    Continuing the style developed on her debut aptly titled "Debut", "Post" is considered an important exponent of art pop. It features an eclectic mixture of electronic and dance styles such as techno, trip hop, IDM, and house, but also ambient, jazz, industrial, and experimental music. Björk wrote most of the songs after moving to London, and intended Post to convey the city's pace, urban culture, and underground club culture. Post was named one of the greatest albums of 1995 by numerous publications, and has since been named one of the greatest albums of all time by publications including Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone.
  • John Richards : 03/26/2021 08:58 AM
    In the lyrics, Björk describes living at the top of a mountain and going to a cliff at sunrise. She throws objects off while pondering her own suicide. The ritual allows her to exorcise darker thoughts and return to her partner. Björk stated that "I feel that words can have a mysticism or a hidden meaning. On 'Hyperballad,' the idea that I'm throwing car parts from a cliff is about getting out my frustrations."

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