While it might not represent every side of Björk's music, Homogenic displays some of her most impressive heights.
The fact is, Björk has managed to create something so refreshingly unique that trying to categorize and label the music is rather dubious. It is easier to see Homogenic as the backbone for the future of music.
She understands that humans have evolved since rock music's conception over fifty years ago. The extremely dark and lush soundscape of Homogenic is her way of showing people how much more we're capable of.
With Homogenic, Björk proves that good art, like good love, relies as much on the interplay of opposites as it does on fusion.
|# 4 -||SPIN|
|# 486 -||NME Top 500 of All Time|
|# 21 -||Pitchfork (1990s)|
|# 51 -||Pitchfork: The People's List|
|# 18 -||SPIN (1985-2014)|