11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having established herself as one of pop’s most effervescent personalities with her debut, Björk decided to veer into other genres on her third album. The grinding “Army of Me” signals that she's not just crafting songs for the club; the joyful cover of “It’s Oh So Quiet” crash-lands her in a cabaret; and “Hyper-Ballad” more fully reveals her tender side. Post signals Björk’s drive to forge her own path and follow whatever impulses tickle her boundless creativity.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having established herself as one of pop’s most effervescent personalities with her debut, Björk decided to veer into other genres on her third album. The grinding “Army of Me” signals that she's not just crafting songs for the club; the joyful cover of “It’s Oh So Quiet” crash-lands her in a cabaret; and “Hyper-Ballad” more fully reveals her tender side. Post signals Björk’s drive to forge her own path and follow whatever impulses tickle her boundless creativity.

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