Post

Björk - Post
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
1995 Ratings: #12 / 451
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1995 Ratings: #3
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Maqtheus
96
Toda proposta apresentada no 'Debut' (1993), acaba de certa forma sendo aprimorada em 'Post', que de uma vez por todas define as bases da carreira de Björk, unido diversos elementos e gêneros musicais distintos para um repertório criativo e com poder suficiente para revolucionar a música pop.

Apesar da gigantesca variedade sonora, indo do trip-hop, techno até o jazz, o que de fato caracteriza e une os elementos no álbum, é a voz de Björk que ... read more
exception
94
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
Ari007
100
Post is a masterclass in pop songwriting, a perfect meditation on the modern sounds of electronic and experimental pop.

Bjork has always been an incredibly interesting voice in music to me, she is always doing something different, from bringing underground house sounds into the mainstream in the 90s and pushing musical boundaries with her later releases she was and is a visionary in modern music, and her incredible ability to balance accessible and inaccessible sounds has made for some of my ... read more
Plats
98
“Post” is an astounding mix of the more mainstream approach of “Debut” and the experimentation that would later define Björk’s career! It’s another beautiful record filled with a consistent set of songs that have aged well today and, of course, Björk’s voice, which especially delights on her cover of “It’s Oh So Quiet”!

Fav Tracks: Hyper-Ballad, Enjoy, Army of Me, It’s Oh so Quiet, Possibly Maybe, I Miss You, Isobel, ... read more
RickSalix
91
Björk's second record (or third...If you count *that* album) is the one that spoke to me the most so far, and the one I've most often returned to.

"Post" was a huge success upon release, and has been considered one of the best albums of the 1990s time and time again.
IT DESERVES SO DAMNIT!

Björk elevated her musical style, lyricism and eclectiveness with this project with the help of producers such as Graham Massey (from 808 State) and Tricky (from Massive Attack).

The ... read more
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Added on: October 13, 2012