Björk - Vespertine

Björk - Vespertine
CRITIC SCORE
82
Based on 8 reviews
2001 Rank: #19 / 81
USER SCORE
90
Based on
54 ratings

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SiberianBreaks
95
Bjork releases her most majestic album yet with enchanting melodies and well-executed experimentation. Though Homogenic is her defining album, this album still comes back to me as her best album as it really pushes the boundaries in pop music.

Favourite tracks: Hidden Place, Cocoon, It's Not Up To You, Undo, Pagan Poetry, Aurora, Heirloom, Unison
asjklas
100
Besides her inaccessibility to mainstream audiences as always -- "Hidden Place" has to be Vespertine's poppiest moment, highlighted by instantaneously memorable melodies, shuffling beats, and sampled choir vocals -- Bjork's 2001 masterpiece has to be one of her weirdest, most sensual, and timeless records to date; it ages as well as her accompanied swan dress she wore on the album cover and at the Academy Awards that very same year. Although it's composed with some of Bjork's most ... read more
79
Favourites: Hidden Place, Pagan Poetry
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Björk - Vulnicura

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DETAILS

RELEASED: August 28, 2001
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Elektra/Asylum
GENRE: Art Pop
WEBSITE: www.bjork.com
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