^is that editorial recent? it's amazing!
and i agree with Diorette, get Homogenic or Post, preferrably both!
my first bjork cd was her greatest hits which serves as a good indicator of which albums you will like plus the album art is wicked!
We can't become what we need to be by remaining what we are.
I was obsessed with Bjork a few years back but have cooled off on her in recent years.
I will say that I do still listen to Vespertine during the first snow and throughout most of winter. It's such a winter album to me, sounds like icicles.
Tearfully Joyfully, Burn what is left of me
When I was a teen like 15 years old I was a fan of her, I love her!, but now I don't listen to Bjork so much...because I'm a little tired of her screams but of course I still love her, because by her I know a lot of good artists!, My favorite albums were post and homogenic
marcel duchamp - john galliano - meadham kirchhoff - vivienne westwood - jean paul gaultier
^i have to say though,for the lee tribute,björk sounds much closer to the björk who made homogenic. i hope that song becomes an official track...too good.
people have actually been saying that a lot though,not only about bjork but also sort of lumping pj harvey within that assessment as well. and i would also probably say the same about goldfrapp. just not quite as inspired as they're capable of being....maybe even a little redundant. although,personally i don't particuarly agree on polly jean though because it seems to me people are only upset because she's not doing the 'guitar' stuff of late. i adored white chalk and i am thoroughly fascinated with the way she's currently utilising unconventional tunings and sounds. anyway,i digress...