The Comet Song - Single
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HER EVER CHANGING SOUND(S) HAS BEEN SEVERED
The last album I bought (and kept) of Bjork was Vespertine. Bjork was always a mystery and one couldn't wait to hear what musical direction she'd set forth on in future albums. But every album after Vespertine has the same sound and concept. It's as if Bjork has reached the end of her creative musical genius. Visually, she' stunning. I was fooled by the Volta album due to it's artwork. But the contents were not to my liking. So I gave that CD to a friend. Bjork seems to have stopped reinventing herself musically. I miss that. Homogenic was her best effort to date, I think.
Bjork strikes again.
I've heard alot of people say this song is very childlike and that she needs to grow up. Little do they realize that this is for a CHILDLIKE movie. Bjork never fails to give an incredible song whether it's childlike, short, or not. She's wonderful. This song is an absolutely great song for the movie, and it's for an incredibly good cause. Buy it, it's worth. I've probably listened to this song and watched the video on her page for about a million times already lol.
Childish is not always bad
I don't know why people are saying "this is childish" in a negative way. Some things can be childish in a good way. Our human lives are often heavily rooted in nostalgia. Older people long for those childish days.
This is a great song, with good production quality and has Bjork's care written all over it.
Born: November 21, 1965 in Reykjavik, Iceland
Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s