Post

Björk - Post
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Based on 5 reviews
1995 Ratings: #5 / 28
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1995 Ratings: #4
June 13, 1995 / Release Date
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One Little Indian / Label
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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
Tacorillaz
82
A very pretty record, the smooth transitions between songs can really suck you into the experience and as a whole, this is a very satisfying listen.

My only complaints would be that the track "It's Oh So Quiet" , while being really good, doesn't really represent what the rest of the album sounds like. And some songs, like "Hyper-Ballad" and "I Miss You", have a beat that feels stuck in the 90's.

But those barely bother me anyways, as there are some real gems on ... read more
ItsJustArcherr
90
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
CheapandLethal
70
Worth a listen
musicmagpie55
91
'Hyperballad' is the one song I would have on a desert island. The whole album is incredible; they should teach this in school next to Augustine because she is preaching the truth.

I find the cover to be relevant to the album's narrative. The first detail is the postage lining of Björk's jacket. Post sounds worldly insofar as it is hard to pick a single cultural source of inspiration. It seems like Bjork was sent around the world to perform these songs. While the album is quite diverse ... read more
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Track List

  1. Army Of Me 
  2. Hyper-Ballad 
  3. Modern Things 
  4. It's Oh So Quiet 
  5. Enjoy 
  6. You've Been Flirting Again 
  7. Isobel 
  8. Possibly Maybe 
  9. I Miss You 
  10. Cover Me 
  11. Headphones
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