Björk - Post
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Based on 6 reviews
1995 Ratings: #12 / 440
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1995 Ratings: #2
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June 13, 1995 / Release Date
LP / Format
One Little Indian / Label
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Man, is this album breathtaking, there’s rarely a moment that is dull or has filter in it. It’s probably one of the best pop/electric albums of the 90’s and this album is an amazing experience, there’s not even a bad track on this album, this album is truly amazing

Best Tracks: Hyper-Ballad, Army Of Me, It’s oh so quiet, Isobel, You’ve Been Flirting Again, Enjoy, I miss you, Headphones

Worst Track: None
an incredible record for bjork, that combines her electronic style with the mainstream pop of the mid nineties. probably one of the best pop LPs from the decade, as it combines the musical styles of so many genres, like classical, pop, electronic, and retro dance. delivers some of the best bjork has from the decade. i thought this record had a lot more emotion and charisma to it compared to other bjork records, a lot coming from the variation bjork has on her voice. a real pop ... read more

As her sophomore LP, I was expecting the same as 'Debut', only better produced and clean. What I received truly showed me that Bjork is a musician whose styles and moods can change at the snap of her fingers. Not a single bad or even average track on here!

Color: Orange
FAV TRACKS: Hyper-Ballad, Cover Me, It's Oh So Quiet, Isobel, Army of Me
Even though the first song wasn't a strong opening and the second half isn't as strong as the first, Post may just be one of the most exhilarating experiences I've ever had in an album. The combination of elements from various genres like pop and electronic and Bjork's dazzling and majestic vocals are what make each song in the album a weird and ecstatic adventure. I had a blast with this record. Can't wait to listen to Homogenic.

Favorite Tracks: Hyper-Ballad, It's Oh So Quiet, Enjoy, ... read more
This has to be the album by Björk that means the most to me. There’s a reason why: this is the first Björk album I heard fully. There was songs I had listened to before this but never a full album, but I definitely regret not listening to this beautiful person sooner. To me, her voice is the most soothing in all of popular music. There’s something intriguing and almost hypotonic about her voice, her vocals. From a listeners point of view, vocals are always very important. ... read more
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Added on: October 13, 2012