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post #16 of 28
^
heh i hope you weren't serious

Anyways I pick homogenic. I absolutely love that album.
post #17 of 28
Yes, kidding, kidding.
post #18 of 28
I listen to Vespertine less, so I would have to go with Homogenic.
post #19 of 28
I like Homogenic better as well. But I suggest that everyone watch The Vespertine Live DVD at Royal Opera House. IMO the songs sound better than the Vespertine record. It's a fantastic performance.
post #20 of 28
This isn't going to make sense, but I think Homogenic is the better album but I listen to Vespertine more often.

It simply has to do with the style of the music -- she and Matmos made a more dreamy, subdued release in Vespertine that I find excellent to put on while I'm working, but Homogenic just is a masterpiece in every way. Since I listen to Homogenic more actively, I can't listen to it as often.

So yea. Homogenic with a caveat.
post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by Borat
I like Homogenic better as well. But I suggest that everyone watch The Vespertine Live DVD at Royal Opera House. IMO the songs sound better than the Vespertine record. It's a fantastic performance.
the Live at the Royal Opera House DVD is freaking amaaazing. i really like Vespertine, and i probably listen to it more than any other Bjork album, but i agree that Homogenic is the better album.
post #22 of 28
Homogenic by a very large margin... but what about Debut and Post? I prefer pretty much any Bjork album over Vespertine. I've only listened to her new one a couple times though so I am not counting it. The Selmasongs soundtrack is pretty cool too and her stuff with The Sugarcubes is worth checking out for something a little different.
post #23 of 28
if you want different with Bjork, KUKL is where it's at
post #24 of 28
I havent had the chance to hear any KUKL yet, but I heard a few tracks of her band Tappi Tikarras at a house party a few years back - girly punk and not really my thing... but kind of cool I guess. It would be really neat to find a recording of her self titled album that was released back in the late seventies. I wonder if there are any rips floating around on any of the various file sharing programs?

So is KUKL worth tracking down or is it only good for a smile?
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by philodox
It would be really neat to find a recording of her self titled album that was released back in the late seventies. I wonder if there are any rips floating around on any of the various file sharing programs?
allofmp3.com has it.
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So is KUKL worth tracking down or is it only good for a smile?
i like KUKL a lot.
post #26 of 28
Great, thanks.
post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by philodox
Great, thanks.
np
post #28 of 28

Vespertine!! Pagan Poetry is just the prettiest song of her!... no it is theĀ prettiest song on planet earth!

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