Björk - Homogenic CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.75 | 130 ratings

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4 stars Rating: 8/10

One of those albums filled with some incredible standout compositions, and at the other completely opposite pole somehow not too bright attempts to accomplish modern/avant-garde atmospheres and structures.

"Bachelorette" is an unbelievable songwriting masterpiece.

"Hunter" is also outstanding (unbeatable beginning).

The first single "Jóga" brings a beautiful landscape and "Pluto" is the most corrosive, challenging Bjork ever.

Part of the rest may be disposable but somehow Bjork finds the way to make those tracks worthly either turning them into hard-beating dancing machines ("Inmature", "Alarm Call") or deep smoothered moods ("Unravel", "All Is Full Of Love"); always on a soulful way where she knows how to ballance the machines' coldness with her touching, inspiring and memorable vocals and general interpretation.

But once you get into the atmosphere of "Hunter"... damn it makes it all allucinating, fascinating!

Mattiias | 4/5 |


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