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Album Review: Bjork - Biophilia

Album Review: Bjork - Biophilia

Tuesday 11th October, 2011 10:19AM

Many of us first heard Bjork on 1993’s ‘Human Behaviour’, a song that could have been an alien’s guide to the vagaries of humankind. The song served as a symbolic introduction to the world of Bjork: we imagine her equally at home on Earth or in outer space. Appropriately, nearly twenty years later, her latest opus, Biophilia, opens with ‘Moon’ and ends with ‘Solstice’: since the dawn of time, the moon has represented femininity, emotion, mystery, the ever-changing and madness. To many listeners, Bjork’s music is as distant and inscrutable as the moon, but for those who have been unable to resist the force of her pull, she continues to fascinate and to glow.

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