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Homogenic

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01
Hunter
4:15  
02
Jóga
5:10  
03
Unravel
3:22  
04
Bachelorette
5:13  
05
All Neon Like
5:53  
06
5 Years
4:29  
07
Immature (Mark Bell's Version)
3:06  
08
Alarm Call
4:20  
09
Pluto
3:19  
10
All Is Full of Love (Howie's Version)
4:33  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 43:40

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Dave Rimmer

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04.22.11
Bjork, Homogenic
2013 | Label: One Little Indian Records / Believe Digital

Inspired both sonically and emotionally by the break-up of Björk's relationship with jungle star Goldie, Homogenic brilliantly juxtaposes strings and breakbeats to explore the dangerous heights and glacial depressions of that emotional landscape where love is at its most rarefied and intense. But while mid-'90s dance influences have dated its predecessor Telegram, the fractured loops here transcend any dance imperative, cracking through grand orchestral arrangements like fissures through pack ice. It's a serious and moody… read more »

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