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Hyperballad: • Björk "HYPERBALLA...
All is Full of Love: • Björk "ALL IS FUL...

00:00 Intro
00:22 Prologue
01:08 Björk
02:04 Bands Before Her Real Debut
04:46 Debut
07:09 Post
10:11 Homogenic
13:56 Vespertine
16:55 Medulla
19:41 Volta
22:25 Biophilia
25:57 Vulnicura
29:06 Utopia
31:35 Fossora
34:11 Conclusion

Video by Gylfi Gylfason
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Photo by Caio
Photo by Yan Krukau
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24 Mar 2023




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Mic The Snare
Mic The Snare 2 aylar önce
Three quick notes: 1. The next DDD will be picked by you! The poll is in the description. If you want a say in who gets covered next time, go check it out. 2. Also check out the playlist in the description - it has all the songs I play or mention in the video. 3. As some of you might know, this is a redo of my 2nd DDD ever! The old one is in the description as well if you want to watch it, but this one replaces it in every way. Thanks for watching!
Remmy Simon
Remmy Simon Aylar önce
I’d love to see CELINE DION
Ni Co
Ni Co Aylar önce
Yoshisan Aylar önce
I would love to see one done for Tori Amos and Garbage. Especially Garbage since their discography is so different with each album.
Fernanda Serrano
Fernanda Serrano Aylar önce
It would be really nice if you make a DDD about the Pet Shop Boys ! They have inspired many pop artist like gaga and definitely are one of the best duos in electronic/dance-pop music
Maso Hell
Maso Hell Aylar önce
I would love it you do Eminem next!!
Henry Glennon
Henry Glennon 2 aylar önce
Fun fact: in The Northman, Bjork was the only actor to wear their own wardrobe on screen.
Akshay 20 gün önce
@An Aesthetic Win Lol no. He actually uses very modern techniques to tell folk tale-esque stories. You're just lacking in insight.
Michael Hawkins
Michael Hawkins 25 gün önce
@Holden Bobolden its amazing film very underrated
Michael Hawkins
Michael Hawkins 25 gün önce
@An Aesthetic Win I disagree , I think its because you didn't understand the film , it has some hidden meanings as well as amazing cinemaphotography
An Aesthetic Win
An Aesthetic Win Aylar önce
And no, it’s not a joke. Every about his movies feels forced and dated to this modern era.
Bondfall 007
Bondfall 007 Aylar önce
Part of me knows this is a joke, a part of me believes this as fact.
LadyHeavenlyDevilish 2 aylar önce
Björk going full on violent mama bear on that reporter was so badass and it proves how far she would go for her kids~We love an adorable tough cookie like Björk
Robin's Philippine Life 🇵🇭
@M.C. sure it is.
M.C. 4 gün önce
Violence is never ok
Dank Meme Wannabe
Dank Meme Wannabe 19 gün önce
@Robin's Philippine Life 🇵🇭 bjonk !!
Robin's Philippine Life 🇵🇭
Bjork bkork Bork.... F.O. gatekeeper
@Falxifer Ditto!
jon.callaghan 2 aylar önce
Björk is one of the few artists to have no bad albums, including soundtracks. Thank you Mr The Snare for revisiting this icon, we salute you 😀
jon.callaghan Aylar önce
beepboop i can't believe i have to explain this for the people in the back of the room who don't know, but lana del rey is a persona/character, elizabeth grant is the person behind it, so of course there's canon, elizabeth grant has created an entire world of lana del rey that you can follow along with in her music (in her newest song A&W, we see the recurring character of Jimmy, who played a major role in the Ultraviolence album), same as taylor swift has created an entire canon/lore that even casual fans can piece together through her music so that the songs have a deeper meaning. just because you don't want to be invested in music at a deep level, doesn't mean it's not there, and doesn't mean no-one else can.
Aaron McDonald
Aaron McDonald Aylar önce
The truth is (well at least my opinion of it is) when bjork is content, her music suffers and overcompensates; when bjork suffers, her music thrives and resonates! I'll try to explain what i mean in a way that's diplomatic but also brutally honest (if that's even possible). I was first introduced to Bjork back in 95 when i was 11 years old, all thanks to my father who at the time was going through some yuppie mid life crisis and listened to nothing but female vocalists, specifically those who uniquely used their voice as an instrument (Nina Simone, Edith Piaf, Cocteau Twins, Portishead and of course Bjork). At some point as i entered my teens when my taste was developing and my father's little phase had passed, i ended up inheriting his fine taste in music but without the pretentiousness. Anyway, yadda yadda yadda, i became a bjorkoholic (that was literally my first hotmail account name). Growing up in high school as a bit of a loner and social outcast i found comfort and inspiration in her music, especially homogenic which honestly changed my relationship, not just with music but with myself! After releasing 3 of the best albums of the 90's (Debut, Post and Homogenic) she continued her reign into the 00's, showing no signs of plateau with vespertine, another career defining album coinciding with her devastating performance in Dancer in the Dark. It felt like she could do no wrong! Everything she touched turned to gold and she was only getting better! How was she going to follow up those groundbreaking masterpieces? Where do you go from that? Although it might not be everyone's cup of tea, i believe medulla was a smart and bold move to make, showcasing her conceptual approach while challenging herself experimentally. Sadly, each album that was released thereafter resonated with me less and less, with of course one exception, vulnicura! That was a return to the lush melodies and rich strings that she developed and forumated into her own genre over the years. Unfortunately that return to peak form was just a tease, because i found both utopia and fossora to be lackluster. There are some stunning soundscapes and audio palettes layered throughout both albums but unfortunately the music is underwhelming compositionally speaking. For example Ovule has this stunning, majestic brass section that engages you from the first listen but it frustratingly leaves you hanging and doesn't go anywhere! I don't know if this is bjorks way of practicing restrain but call me old fashioned, i need some compositions and melody to bite into. In retrospect i see a pattern with her albums (excluding debut and post which are more representations of her younger self, coming of age, like a musical equivalent to a contiki tour). From Homogenic onward, her albums have followed a distinct pattern which coincides with her state of mind at the time. It appears, bjork being the intense triple scorpio that she is also very much dependent on crisis which ignites her musical genius. Homogenic was a transformational and cathartic outburst of melodrama to be reborn again with vespertine, which was written when she first met Barney coinciding with all the electricty that comes with falling in love with someone. The next few albums were written during the crux of their marriage, after the 'honeymoon period' had passed and as happy i could be for her, i also recognize that the comfort and stability that comes with raising a family will ultimately neutralize any turbulence and volatility endured that were the settings that largely elicited her muscial genius and master of emotional depth! It's no coincidence that vulinicura was her breakup album from barney. The last two albums felt unfinished, like they were works in progress that hadn't been fully realised and fleshed out yet. I hate to say it but she needs another crisis if we're ever to experience her at her peak level. I was even considering kidnapping Sindri and holding him ransom just so i could get a bit of drama into her life just so we could get another taste of that delicious, lush melody again! lol!
Marker Crayon
Marker Crayon Aylar önce
@f4gsforpele no consistent sound is arguable, but I feel like fossora definitely has pretty consistent themes with all the mushroom stuff and things about her laying roots. All of that is pretty much about her family and how after her mother’s death she’s now the matriarch so the rooting thing is largely about her having to set into her new position. You can definitely interpret it in different ways but the themes are pretty consistent imo.
anya hates coffee
anya hates coffee Aylar önce
drawing restraint 9?
jon.callaghan Aylar önce
@The Tech Realist haha fair though, i look at some of the music I like (barbie girl by aqua, i know it's bad but i still enjoy it) and i know my taste isn't good either, don't worry 🤗
Joshua Fagan
Joshua Fagan 2 aylar önce
I appreciate how willing she is to reinvent herself as an artist even into her 50s. There's such a specific, imaginative vision and framework to each album, and I deeply respect that.
Nina B.
Nina B. Aylar önce
@Thornback Can't wait for Enya to leave her castle for a bit and grace us with new music too
Thornback Aylar önce
She's forever curious, forever young like other highly-intelligent people that drive humankind forward. She is a national treasure.
June Asiimwe
June Asiimwe 2 aylar önce
Björk is a true singular talent with an immaculate discography. I might not love everything she's put out but I always respect her artistic vision even when it's not my cup of tea. She's a force of nature that marches to the beat of her own drum.
Handsome Mahlambi
Handsome Mahlambi 2 aylar önce
I think Beyoncé being on a vocal album makes perfect sense bc she can do so many things with her voice, Beyoncé’s voice is an instrument, Björk might have stacked them to create some sort of string sounding feel and tell her to try new things and Beyoncé is all about learning and trying new things so that’s not really a big surprise The surprise would be Justin Timberlake
ilostaflan Aylar önce
frank ocean snatched beyonce for what she could have done for bjork 😭
Dylan R.
Dylan R. Aylar önce
Plus, considering it’s been rumored that it was “ancestors” was the song Beyoncé would’ve been featured on, it would make so much sense to mix Bjorks Icelandic singing, Tonya Tagaqs Inuit Throating Singing and Beyoncé’s Soulful R&B voice together and be a beautiful mix of three separate singing styles, influenced by three different cultures respectively
Nina B.
Nina B. Aylar önce
Never quite forgiven the Grammy for snubbing Kesha after all the abuse she suffered...for a guy who rudely admitted to have sleep through the award ceremony at home.
Whatzit Tooya
Whatzit Tooya Aylar önce
Beyoncé collaborating with Björk would be one of the most random, weirdest yet surprisingly pleasant collaborations that I have ever seen and would 100% warmly welcome with open arms lol
gnome from pinkerton
gnome from pinkerton 2 aylar önce
I know most people’s favorite bjork album is vespertine but my favorite has always been raditude
Skyler Keck
Skyler Keck 29 gün önce
gnome from pinkerton
beepboop jesus, who hurt you lmao
Sauvignon Citizen Antlerbraum
Raditude is love and life. 🙏
Thornback Aylar önce
Gling-gló! I just found my CD copy cleaning house and her rendition of Bella Símamær (Bell the switchboard operator) is a classic and so are Vísur Vatnesenda-Rósu. You'll never hear Björk like this before or since. This is also the album where all of her Es are Is.
gnome from pinkerton
@SuperSpeed Raven I’ve already made this my account on like 10 different sites, it’s too late now
Alex Aylar önce
I always felt that the first four albums were ike the four seasons. Debut is light innocent fun like a stroll through flowery woods, thinking about the promises of the future, in a fresh day of spring. Post is hot, intense and saturated like a hot summer day at the beach. Homogenic is introverted and meditative like when you see the leaves turning brown and feel the autumn wind announcing the coming winter. And Vespertine feels, as mentioned in the video, icy and restricted like being inside during a blizzard.
florallychaotic 2 aylar önce
Vespertine will always be my favorite Björk album for two reasons. Firstly, it's darkly romantic sound. But also, it was my "early teen emo album" haha. Even ten years after it came out, tween me was listening to this in my room crying over mean girls. Björk showed me that music could be weird and an extension of the body. It was the first time I felt like I was listening to music for grown ups. Not in the way that the 2000s club music of my youth had made me feel like "this is about sex I think" but in a way that really hit me as "I do not know enough about the world to understand this". And most importantly, that felt okay. So often I would get mad at being considered too young for something or not understanding something (especially since I was undiagnosed as autistic at the time). Vespertine made it okay to not fully understand it, because it wasn't meant to be fully compressible to everyone at all times. And it didn't think itself better for being so
An Aesthetic Win
An Aesthetic Win Aylar önce
I agree, it’s her best. Homogenic is her second best.
Pepsi apo
Pepsi apo 16 gün önce
Björk and Arca have such good chemistry when producing together it’s insane
Marthson 2 aylar önce
There was one time I was hanging out with my dad. I don’t remember what we were talking about exactly but I felt like he brought up Björk randomly and talked about what a horrible artist she is. I had heard some good things about her so either my dad was right or wrong about her and I was pretty sure he was wrong so I decided to check her out. She completely blew me away and that’s how I learned that I could never trust my dad again.
unblorbos your shows
Dads universally have bad taste, idk why
Tate Hildyard
Tate Hildyard Aylar önce
Weirdly similar case on my end. In high school, I was the guy into the really werid, artsy stuff and my parents policy was “We’re not gonna ask questions we don’t want to know the answers to. You do you”” but for whatever reason, me liking Bjork was the one thing they felt like they had to step in an express concern about.
scarlettcow 2 aylar önce
Medúlla will forever be my favorite album, period. It’s so raw, so dynamic and the vocals are just stunning.
كمال Aylar önce
Same. Favourite album ever.
Jacopo MabAnfibio
Jacopo MabAnfibio Aylar önce
My fav too! Medulla is the most emotional and primordial, its wet, Its joyful and obscure. Happy to find out that there is a "medulla is the best one" coven out there! Hi sisters!!
June Asiimwe
June Asiimwe Aylar önce
Medulla is such an underrated masterpiece. I love the concept of using the human voice as the primary instrument for the soundscapes. It's in my top 5 Björk records.
Indigo Jaime
Indigo Jaime 2 aylar önce
Björk is one of the artists with the most intersting discografies ever. And as a brazillian it makes me very happy that she and Milton Nascimento (my favorite singer) are close friends.
Mush Be Vas
Mush Be Vas Aylar önce
Wow, a Milton Nascimento DDD would be incredible
Gaming Ninja 63
Gaming Ninja 63 2 aylar önce
Ahem you missed the ö
WolvePotter 2 aylar önce
Nothing makes me happier on a brand new year than a remake of one of my favourite Deep Discog Dive episodes about my favourite artist of all time. Thank you for being the one to bless us with that
Apoplexia 2 aylar önce
Her first three solo albums are probably the best album trilogy of all time. Homogenic is one of my favourite albums.
jrurbbehdidiwdnndjd uw85eo smith
Velvet underground & nico, white light/white heat, and Velvet underground
Apoplexia 2 aylar önce
@Lrba i do love Vespertine, but i haven’t listened to it as much, and although it is excellent i prefer Homogenic and Post
Thomas Nelson
Thomas Nelson 2 aylar önce
For me the holy trinity is Post, Homogenic, Vespertine. Debut makes a good fourth addition, but imo I have Vespertine over Debut in quality.
Lrba 2 aylar önce
why lob off Vespertine of all albums?
Esteban Rodríguez
Esteban Rodríguez 2 aylar önce
Her first 4**
Mexi Sexroid
Mexi Sexroid 2 aylar önce
Homogenic is such an amazing album. I love her first 4 immensely.
humusia Aylar önce
yes the first 4 is superior
futuristic.handgun 2 aylar önce
'Hidden Place' will all be one of my top favorite songs of all time. Björk is an immeasurable talent and such an individual. I appreciate her existence so much. And you killed this! So witty and funny and thorough, as always. Love you so big! -x t.🖤
Edalin Vasquez
Edalin Vasquez 2 aylar önce
I listened to Venus As A Boy for the first time 2 days ago and I’ve been obsessed ever since. I had never listened to Bjork and decided I needed to explore Bjorks discography and here you are blessing me with this video 🎉😭
Sain 2 aylar önce
Nirvana + Foo Fighters in one video would be pretty neat, but if that's too much a singular video on each would be interesting, too. Dave Grohl has had a very cool career and it'd be interesting to see how you follow that.
Ryan Chang
Ryan Chang Aylar önce
Yeah foo fighters discog wayy too long to bundle with nirvana; if mic wants a singular video with a long enough run time he could have two DDD in one video with another artist with a shorter discog like joy division, the stone roses, or biggie
Anthony Daniel
Anthony Daniel 2 aylar önce
Vespertine is my favorite Björk album. It's interesting to see how impactful Björk is despite being SO not mainstream.
Remolizzo 2 aylar önce
You’re a real one for giving this one a reboot.
John Shannon
John Shannon 2 aylar önce
it's not just me going insane then? I could have sworn I've watched this before
Leah Aylar önce
i'm usually not a big music video person, but bjork has always used them as an opportunity to explore what her music can be and i think that's worth highlighting as well. she and the directors she works with always have extraordinary vision. the pagan poetry music is one of the most terrifyingly intimate things i've ever seen, and, more recently, ancestress explored death in a way that left me breathless. she knows how to communicate through multiple mediums and isn't afraid of marrying them together.
Jula Yanna
Jula Yanna 2 aylar önce
she is literally my fav musician of all time thank u for covering her!
berkeley is online
berkeley is online 2 aylar önce
don't forget - since post, björk produced nearly all of her own material. she is an amazing producer.
smolphie 2 aylar önce
DDD is really one of my favourite formats on TRvid. I love how you talk about music and how you convey what makes it good or special to you. And your humor is great. I could watch one of these every day, but I will also patiently waiting for the next one for however long
Jildert Dijkstra
Jildert Dijkstra 2 aylar önce
It's amazing how well those early albums aged, truly timeless
jeremy Aylar önce
Such an amazing retrospective. Thanks for showcasing Tanya Tagaq. She's an actual legendary performer and doesn't get enough representation.
Teddy Furstman
Teddy Furstman 2 aylar önce
Björk is so talented. Love her album Post as well as her movies witch are quite disturbing yet beautifully dark. Edit: Dancer in the dark is just SAD! 😔
SkippyMinccino 2 aylar önce
ALWAYS here for Björk video essays. Love her entire discography.
Ale Amézquita
Ale Amézquita Aylar önce
fun little fact, both of her children share a song with her In Fossora, her son Sindri through background vocals of ancestress and her daughter Isadora in duet in A mother's House
Vanessa Thurlow
Vanessa Thurlow Aylar önce
Like no hyperbole Bjork is one of the greatest musicians to ever live!
David Lacy
David Lacy Aylar önce
My favourite of her recent collaborators who you didn’t mention is the drag artist Hungary who did her makeup for Utopia and Fossora. Their visual aesthetics meld so well. Hungry’s work often incorporates lots of biological references.
Nic Cole
Nic Cole Aylar önce
I follow her on instagram and was shook to find out she did her makeup.
matt dowling
matt dowling 2 aylar önce
Amazing video, thank you for making this. Her album Medulla in 2004 hit me right at the perfect time, age, and moment in life 👌
Squarehead 333
Squarehead 333 2 aylar önce
De La Soul next would be really cool, to coincide with their catalogue coming back to streaming services
Milan Hluchý
Milan Hluchý 2 aylar önce
screaming, crying, throwing up... you finally did Björk DDD! love her so much! 💖
quixotic 333
quixotic 333 2 aylar önce
my all time favorite musician. i’m grateful to be on this earth while she’s been making her mark on it.
Anabela Nguyen
Anabela Nguyen Aylar önce
I can’t believe you didn’t mention Body Memory off of Utopia. That song made me fall in love with the album after a year of trying to get into it. Even after watching Cornucopia, it took me months after that to fall truly in love and now it’s in my top 3. I’m pretty sad that Fossora wasn’t strictly gabber and clarinets. I love how immersive her albums are, so this one fell flat for me
Anabela Nguyen
Anabela Nguyen Aylar önce
Damn, I actually love Volta. The lyrics are such an ode to living and loving freely, with the brass really pumping my blood up
FinnGamer Aylar önce
it's really funny that the only time I have ever seen a physical version of the 1977 "debut" album was in Iceland's national history museum :D
FinnGamer Aylar önce
@worrywirt I didn't, I got a pass that was valid for a bunch of museums in the city, but I don't think it was on it
worrywirt Aylar önce
me too! I was so happy when I saw it. did you go to the punk museum? I didn’t have time & I regret it now
Depressed Potato
Depressed Potato Aylar önce
Volta is so overhated. I actually loved it, one of her best vocal performances ever.
beans febreeze
beans febreeze Aylar önce
I voted for Muse solely for the fact that I need more people to be aware that the song will of the people exists and is definitely one of the songs of all time
BigBeautifulBrain Aylar önce
I love Bjork so much! Her music helped me get through college. I loved this video. I can't even state a favorite because I love them all for different reasons.
Hardcoremagicalgirl Fifi
I'm surprised you don't mention the initmate (but very platonic, don't get me wrong) relationship Arca and Bjork have which lead to Utopia. They met towards the end of Vulnicura's recording and became incredibly close. They hit it off so well Utopia was made because they enjoyed working together and wanted to make something more joyful together. The two women even went on vacation together collecting the bird song used in the album (other samples were collected from Oiseaux du Vénézuéla by Jean C. Roché which uses bird song from Venezuela, Arca's home country) There's so much to cover about Utopia but Bjork and Arca's relationship is at the heart of Utopia. Together they show this in the opener's music video "Arisen My Senses" where they are interconnected organisms, baring witness to each other's artistic growth and honoring each other.
JohnnyZBeatZ 2 aylar önce
Her music is art music is art and her music is true art she don’t really have a bad album
Giovanni Pasquinucci
Giovanni Pasquinucci 2 aylar önce
I SWEAR, Yesterday I decided to listen to Björk for the first time and looked up to se if there was a discog dive about her already, and the only video I found was an old discography review one and thought “I wish there was a proper discog dive for her” and now here we are!
YanquiUFO 2 aylar önce
You've really perfected these deep discog dives young man, one of the best music related series on youtube
virtual lexi
virtual lexi Aylar önce
im so thankful that i grew up listening to bjork literally for as long as i can remember. roughly since like '98 or '99. her music has played such a huge part of my life. as a kid i loved hyperballad and one day. as a teen i loved crystalline and hunter. and now i love bachelorette and generous palmstroke
LocaChoca Aylar önce
Homogenic is just perfect. I love it from beginning to end. My only wish is that All is Full of Love would have had the single version as opposed to the minimal version on the album, but it does make Homogenic flow into Vespertine well.
NedTheNeedy 2 aylar önce
I'd love to see a DDD on slipknot, considering their WILD inconsistency and de-evolution. It's honestly crazy how they released some of the best metal of all time and then pretty much devolved into self parody. Also, the fact that no one reccomended their self titled for the metal video is absolutely criminal.
Eileen 2 aylar önce
I think Debut will always be my favourite Bjork album, I can just remember exactly where I was and who I was when I first heard it. Really changed my views on music and the genres that I was open to consuming. Vulnicura has an incredibly special place in my heart too. Most Bjork albums do tbh, they're all brilliant. Picking a favourite Bjork album is like picking a favourite child. I love all her earlier work in her previous bands also. Genius woman.
Rock Criedout
Rock Criedout 2 aylar önce
Joga was what made me realise I am a lesbian! I was 13 haha 💜
Fred Drust and the miserable furniture sets
Björk is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Nothing can change that.
Lampette 2 aylar önce
Would love to see a DDD on the Beach Boys! I think that would be very fascinating. They have such a varied and vast discography
EVAN 2 aylar önce
was waiting for the remake of this for so long so im mad happy we finally got it! what a legendary discography!!
Holly Davidson
Holly Davidson 2 aylar önce
Listen. The first time I heard Joga, I got goosebumps all over and wept. I literally sat there and cried
gabriel ortega
gabriel ortega 2 aylar önce
plsss start putting talking heads on the ddd decision!!! would love to see you talking and giving your opinion on this band. great video!!!
Mr. Skerpentine
Mr. Skerpentine 2 aylar önce
20:17 I looked this film up on IMDB, and found out that Stefan Karl Stefansson (the late-great actor behind LazyTown’s Robbie Rotten) also provided voices! Iceland’s two greatest celebrities in the same production :)
Triple 9
Triple 9 2 aylar önce
I'm here to see Mic try to pronounce Icelandic names
LegS1977!! Aylar önce
Loved this! My all time fave Bjork song is from Debut, which is "Come to Me."
elongated borzoi
elongated borzoi 2 aylar önce
biophilia is probably my favorite bjork album overall
ZyxthePest 2 aylar önce
Surprised there was no real mention of the MOMA exhibit that, before today, I didn't know people hated. I remember enjoying it just fine.
Skars 2 aylar önce
This was good, ive been a fan of bjork since debut debut, i kinda of lost track of what she was doing after vespertine, but do occasionally check in with her once in a while. i think with bjork, once you become a fan, you never stop being one. I also agree with you that Joga is fucking amazing!
AbeRoy 99
AbeRoy 99 Aylar önce
My favorite Björk album is Vespertine it has the most song that make me tear up of any album of hers
M 23 gün önce
So at the end of the day, she’s basically a one-trick-pony, which is good. A quirky voice can go a long way. Nice deep dive, I actually didn’t know her work before. Thanks!
Richard Hannay
Richard Hannay Aylar önce
Correction: “Hyperballad” is her first perfect song.
Lionel Banda
Lionel Banda Aylar önce
Vulnicura is my fav bjork album. Am I the only one?🥲 I’m just a sucker for heartbreak albums and this is one of the best heartbreak albums ever
Specific Ocean
Specific Ocean Aylar önce
Fantastic video, excited to see what deep discog dives you have in store for this year. Hoping for Miles Davis or King Crimson. 🤞
ghost mall
ghost mall Aylar önce
I recognize the creativity and talent but I’ve just never been able to get into Bjork
Nic Cole
Nic Cole Aylar önce
A discog deep dive on Bjork? Dreams do come true! But in all seriousness I have been waiting for someone to do a whole run through of her discography.My favorite Björk albums are Vespertine and Homogenic.
Velcr0 27 gün önce
great video! Bjork is a legend and this video does a great job of covering all her projects. An essential watch for people who want to get into her music.
Destiny Aylar önce
Bjork is one of the most unique and talented artists period
FabioGnecco 29 gün önce
And here am I, still on "debut" God damn, Björk has that expressive thing that attracts me, but i got into electric funk and a bit city pop.... I will go to Björk someday ! I swear !
Vera Cuman
Vera Cuman 20 gün önce
So the conclusion is... bjork is AMAZING, always, right?
Josh Guzek
Josh Guzek Aylar önce
The way I just know I'm about to have to pause this like 10 times to go listen to the song being talked about. You're so right, Human Behavior is almost criminally-catchy. For me it's the meandering chime/piano-like sounds in Come To Me. Kind of reminds me of Moby's Porcelain (which came about 10 years after Debut)
Jacopo MabAnfibio
Jacopo MabAnfibio Aylar önce
In 2005/6 medulla litterally changed my life. I was a depressed Kid, She got me into music, and music saves me eversince!!
funky suga
funky suga Aylar önce
This is a great review on bjorks work I've loved all her albums but personal favourites would be post homogenic and vulnicura. I think black lake is one of my favourite music videos by her. She's an artist completely in her own lane alot of people try to compare her to Kate Bush and whilst you can definitely hear that Kate was an Influence to her, bjork has made music and used her voice in a way that's completely unique to her she's totally in her own league and that's what I love most about her. 💜
Iska Ibraximik
Iska Ibraximik Aylar önce
Great video! I also remember that in 2014-2015 she started DJ-ing. Those sets are just mind blowing and you can hear a lot of material that will be in Vulnicura and Utopia, and also a lot of snippets from Arca's future Mutant album. I really want to organise a party with just turning that DJ set😅
pinkeo 2 aylar önce
thank you for redoing this list Bjork is like my favourite artist of all time :)
zqaxcrk 2 aylar önce
de la soul would be a great choice for march because their first six albums are finally able to be streamed on streaming services :)
Newt Aylar önce
Everyone who has ever lived with me has found out the hard way I like to sing "It's Oh So Quiet" while I clean and while no one does it quite like Björk, I like to think I go as hard as she does.
Listie Shadows
Listie Shadows 2 aylar önce
And if I can point out my favorite Björk-related thing, it 100% has to be the mashup Wax Audio did between "Hidden Place" and Jimi Hendrix's rendition of "Born Under A Bad Sign". Dang good stuff, it is.
June Asiimwe
June Asiimwe 2 aylar önce
Hope you do a deep discog dive on Unwound some day. They are an amazing band with many great albums.
Kable 'N' Stuff
Kable 'N' Stuff 2 aylar önce
I second this
Isak Wilson
Isak Wilson Aylar önce
Really appreciate this DDD. Björk is an incredible artist, and Vespertine is, without a doubt, my favorite album of all time. I’ve made it about halfway through her discography so far, but I am looking forward to digesting Volta-Fossora.
Yoshisan Aylar önce
Vespertine is an amazing album and my favorite from her. With Homogenic very close behind. It's very close to being my all time favorite from any artist. Tori Amos Boys for Pele still holds that title for me.
Hayden 2 aylar önce
Strangely enough, I found out about Biophilia through some artists I frequent. The tracks Crystalline & Mutual Core were partly produced by 16-Bit (now known as Moody Good) and Sacrifice which is produced by Current Value, both legends in their respective genres
Dan Preston
Dan Preston Aylar önce
Sometime in the 90s I saw Björk headlining a festival and it was the most unexpectedly wonderful live show I’ve ever seen. I was probably on drugs, but, boy, did that show rock.
Richard James Rochardt
I first heard bjork with Debut and used to play it on repeat for days! Drove my flatmate crazy haha! I love the remixes that are released with the singles and had most of the early cds
Jaxzan Proditor
Jaxzan Proditor 2 aylar önce
I’ve only listened to Post and Homogenic, but after watching this video I’ll definitely have to at least check out to songs highlighted. Army of Me immediately hooked me with that sample for sure.
davequiquegg 2 aylar önce
check out the Hudson Mohawk remix of Virus too. He kinda skipped over it but it's one to check out after Vespertine (which has some big hitters on it).
Ulrich Aylar önce
Bjork is the only artist that can have the phrase “it ends as a 10 but it starts as a 8” be used in a negative way
ploploplop Aylar önce
I believe one of my first approaches to Bjork was the Biophilia app. I discovered on my rhythm game phase thinking it was another one, but I was pleasently surprised and my 12 year old brain was exploding colors, lovely memory
Cosimo 2 aylar önce
Mic should do a joint nirvana/foo fighters combined deep discog dive due to the tragically short (yet VERY influential) nature of nirvana's discography.
BradTheProducer Aylar önce
I think the song Atlantic was the first song to ever truly emotionally move me as a kid. It's just her voice and two recorders, and it's simultaneously utterly moving and completely simple. I only ever found it on the Human Behaviour cassingle (but it looks like it might have been on a Japanese release of Debut.) Fortunately, it's on TRvid, because I can't imagine life without being able to listen to it when I need to.
Kevin Luis
Kevin Luis Aylar önce
Debut will always be my favourite Bjork album definitely one of the best albums of the 90s
DSM Chip
DSM Chip 2 aylar önce
i love how almost each album follows a different theme in its recording process debut with its laid back but electronic production post with its electronic, grand, and experimental approach homogenic with its usage of strings and beats verspetine with its coldness but intimacy medulla with its usage of acapella volta with its more pop-centric take on bjork's sound biophilia with its experimentation in music creation as a whole vulnicura with its immensley hopeless and other-worldly strings utopia with its hopeful usage of nature-type instruments (the flute) and fossora with its fantasy-like percussion and traditional iceland instrumentation
Claravian 14 gün önce
I'm not from an english speaking country where her music is big so idk much about her but istg I thought björk is one of those legendary artists that getting big at an early age and die young. Just cuz everytime I see someone talk about her, they only talk about her early work in the 90s, her past controversy, her crazy encounter with fanatic fans, and anything that involved that old tv footage of her. But nope, it turn out she still here in the industry, still making music, artsy mvs, and very much alive lol.
Jermaine Aylar önce
THISSS was INCREDIBLE! It brought back sooo many memories of being a teen and in loveee(a big fan) of bjorks sounds, visuals and style! I remember when Human Behavior first came on mtv alternative nation and i was hooked! Thank you so much for this deep dive and SO well done! 👏🏾💕
Jermaine Aylar önce
Howww could you not mention Matmos production contribution to Vespertine though???!!! haha i forgive you! They are greatttt though!
Wilo Polis
Wilo Polis 2 aylar önce
Björk is sorta like Animal Collective or The Flaming Lips, where there isn't really any clear line between what does and doesn't count as a new studio album
Jason Woods
Jason Woods Aylar önce
I LOVE THIS. Also, my favorite things Björk related have to be “Play Dead” during the Debut era and the “Oceania” remix with Kelis
Andre Salles
Andre Salles 2 aylar önce
This, like every Deep Discog Dive, is excellent. Homogenic remains an all-time favorite of mine. P.S. Do Frank Zappa! Would be an amazing DDD.
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