Björk - Medulla
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2004 Ratings: #30 / 284
User Score
Based on 205 ratings
2004 Ratings: #33
August 31, 2004 / Release Date
LP / Format
Elektra / Label
Bjrk, Mark Bell / Producer
Experimental / Genres / Website
Your Review
Nov 26, 2017
Ever since Homogenic, it seemed that Björk was delving into newer territory. Although unexplored, this territory wasn't experimental or far too unaccessible; there was still some accessibility in the sound that she was presenting here. However, with Medulla, she comes through with an incredibly risky and experimental album for her at this point (and for most pop artists who reached the same level of Björk). This album ditches away normal instrumentation and brings to the table a sound ... read more
Dec 18, 2017*
I will never get tired of praising 'Medulla' for what it attempted to do. I still believe it is the most underrated Björk album (even after the release of 'Utopia'), mostly because of the tremendous amount of effort and ambition that was put into it.

Most of those who followed Björk by the time this was released were surely caught by surprise by the level of experimentation 'Medulla' showcased - yes, it's an a capella album; however, even if I only got to dive into the singer's ... read more
Oct 8, 2017
This is the most courageous and experimental work of this artist, funny voices, unique that do a very good and original work. One of the best works of Bjork, and most unique of her.
Jul 27, 2017
Bjork without technology, but instead with only the human form. It's epic, what else would you expect.
Track List
  1. Pleasure Is All Mine 
  2. Show Me Forgiveness 
  3. Where Is The Line 
  4. Vokuru 
  5. Oll Birtan 
  6. Who Is It (Carry My Joy On The Left, Carry My Pain On The Right) 
  7. Submarine 
  8. Desired Constellation 
  9. Oceania 
  10. Sonnets/Unrealities 
  11. Ancestors 
  12. Mouths Cradle 
  13. Midvikudags 
  14. Triumph of a Heart

Added on: July 2, 2011