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Björk - The Second Debut Album

Björk - The Second Debut Album

Performer: Björk
Title: The Second Debut
Style: Leftfield
Released: 1994
Cat#: BTSD 159501
Country: Germany
Label: Not On Label (Björk)
Size MP3 version: 1847 mb
Size FLAC version: 1787 mb
Size WMA version: 1817 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 714
Genre: Electronic

Björk - The Second Debut Album


Tracklist

1BjörkStigdu Mig (Unavailable On LP)1:51
2BjörkAnchor Song (Acoustic Version)3:12
3BjörkGlóra (Unavailable On LP)1:47
4BjörkHuman Behaviour (Dom T. Mix)
Remix – Dom T.
7:02
5BjörkPlay Dead (Tim Simenon Orchestral Mix)
Remix – Tim Simenon
4:04
6BjörkViolently Happy (Massey (Other Mix))
Remix – Massey
7:26
7BjörkVenus As A Boy (Anglo American Extension)
Remix [Uncredited] – Gota Yashiki, Mick Hucknall
5:05
8BjörkViolently Happy (Masters At Work 12")
Remix – Masters At Work
6:07
9BjörkCome To Me (Acoustic Version)5:23
10BjörkI Remember You (Unavailable On LP)4:19
11BjörkHuman Behaviour (Acoustic Version)3:22
12BjörkThere's More To Live Than This (Non Toilet Mix)3:45
13BjörkSídasta Ég (Unavailable On LP)2:58
14BjörkCome To Me (Black Dog Productions)
Remix – Black Dog Productions
5:03
15808 State Featuring BjörkOoops4:45
16BjörkBig Time Sensuality (The Fluke Moulimix 117 PM)
Remix – Fluke
5:47

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BRONS 734, BTSD 159501Björk The Second Debut ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)BRONS, Not On Label (Björk)BRONS 734, BTSD 159501RussiaUnknown
noneBjörk The Second Debut ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial)Not On Label (Björk)noneRussiaUnknown

Notes

Compilation of tracks taken mostly from Debut singles:
Track 1 taken from the Ooops cd single and called the "Maxi Version" on this compilation.
Track 2 taken from the Play Dead cd single and called the "Tim Simanon Orchestral Mix" on this compilation.
Track 3 taken from the Human Behaviour cd single and called the "Don T. Mix" on this compilation.
Track 4 taken from the Venus As A Boy cd2 single.
Tracks 5 to 7 taken from the Venus As A Boy US cd single.
Track 8 taken from the Big Time Sensuality cd2 single and called "The Fluke Moulimix 1178 PM" on this compilation.
Tracks 9 to 11 taken from the Big Time Sensuality US cd single.
Tracks 12 and 16 taken from the Violently Happy cd2 single and track 12 called the "Massey (Other Mix)" on this compilation.
Tracks 13 to 15 taken from the Violently Happy cd1 single.

A companion CD, A Collection Of Intimate Working Relationships, was released later (BTSD 159502).

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: BTSD 159501
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Album

Debut is the debut studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk as an international singer, released in July 1993 by One Little Indian and Elektra Entertainment. It was produced by Björk and Nellee Hooper. It was Björk's first recording following the dissolution of her previous band, the Sugarcubes. The album departed from the rock style of her previous work and drew from an eclectic variety of styles, including electronic pop, house music, jazz and trip hop. Björk is the only studio album by Icelandic singer Björk as a child singer, released on 18 December 1977 by Fálkinn. In 1976, Björk appeared on Icelandic radio singing I Love to Love through the music school she attended, which led her to a record deal and the release, with the help of stepfather Sævar, of her first solo album in 1977. The album is reputed to be juvenilia work and it is not included in the singer's official solo discography, hence the 1993 release Debut is widely considered to be. Debut is the second studio album, and first major-label release by Björk, released on July 5, 1993. This version was released in the United Kingdom in July 1993. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Listen free to Björk The Second Debut Ooops maxi version, Play Dead Tim Simanon orchestral mix and more. 16 tracks 71:26. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Björk The Best Mixes From Debut. Björk Bastards Colombia. Contrary to what the title suggests, it is actually her second solo studio album, as she had released a self-titled album in Iceland when she was 11 years old. One of the first albums to introduce electronic music into mainstream pop, the album represents a departure from the alternative rock sound of The Sugarcubes, her former band. Björk had relocated to London, embracing its dance music scene. Thus, Debut mainly incorporates house music, although the influence of the burgeoning trip-hop scene is also evident. On two subsequent albums, the Cubes abandoned their blunt rock attack for a trendy Euro-dance sound. Björks vocals were lost amid the electronic clatter. People wondered if it wasnt time for Björk to light out on her own. She did, and Debut is the utterly disappointing result. Rather than sticking to rock & roll, Debut is painfully eclectic. On Come to Me and Venus as a Boy Björk adds not just a string section but an entire orchestra from India. Its more intrusive than galvanizing. Likewise, on the jazz standard Like Someone in Love, Björk is accompanied by a harp - not the kind L. Two decades after its release, the Icelandic artist's first album has never sounded more relevant, says Michael Cragg. Right before Nirvana's In Utero killed grunge and Blur kickstarted Britpop with Parklife, Björk's Debut 20 years old today sounded like nothing else. Featuring elements of techno, trip-hop, jazz and pop, and influenced by Bollywood soundtracks and the buzz of London nightlife, it's an album fuelled by the sheer force of the Icelandic artist's personality. Debut reconstructed pop music and like any album that shakes up the status quo, not everyone