|1||Ooops (Maxi Version)||4:45|
|2||Play Dead (Tim Simanon Orchestral Mix)
Remix – Tim Simenon
|3||Human Behaviour (Don T. Mix)
Remix – Dom T.
|4||Stigdu Mig (Unavailable On LP)||1:51|
|5||There's More To Live Than This (Non Toilet Mix)||3:45|
|6||Venus As A Boy (Anglo American Extension)
Remix [Uncredited] – Gota Yashiki, Mick Hucknall
|7||I Remember You (Unavailable On LP)||4:19|
|8||Big Time Sensuality (The Fluke Moulimix 1178 PM)
Remix – Fluke
|9||Come To Me (Black Dog Productions)
Remix – The Black Dog
|10||Sídasta Ég (Unavailable On LP)||2:58|
|11||Glóra (Unavailable On LP)||1:47|
|12||Violently Happy (Massey) (Other Mix)
Remix – Graham Massey
|13||Anchor Song (Acoustic Version)||3:12|
|14||Come To Me (Acoustic Version)||5:23|
|15||Human Behaviour (Acoustic Version)||3:22|
|16||Violently Happy (Masters At Work 12")
Remix – Masters At Work
|BTSD 159501||Björk||The Second Debut (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Björk)||BTSD 159501||Germany||1994|
|none||Björk||The Second Debut (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Björk)||none||Russia||Unknown|
Björk is the only studio album by Icelandic singer Björk Guðmundsdóttir 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.
Debut is the first international solo studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk. The album was released in July 1993 on One Little Indian and Elektra Records, and was produced by Björk in collaboration with artist Nellee Hooper. Her first recording following the dissolution of her previous band the Sugarcubes, the album departed from the rock-oriented style of her previous work and instead drew on an eclectic variety of styles across electronic pop, house music, jazz and trip hop.
com/Debut (Björk album). Bjørk is a Faroese, Danish & Norwegian given name meaning birch.
25 years ago today, Björk released 'Debut'. Anticipating greatness, we put her on the cover of our May 1993 issue. This is the accompanying interview. Debut, the product of Björk’s need to follow her muse wherever it might take her, is indeed a debut album of sorts. Coming from somebody who has already staked her claim to musical greatness with The Sugarcubes, it might at first seem like false modesty to give the album this title. But understand one thing: this is a musician far removed from the Björk you knew before. She wrote the songs and it is her singular vision, realised with the accomplished guidance of former Soul II Soul producer Nellee Hooper, that is revealed here.
Despite the album's swift stylistic shifts, each of Debut's tracks are distinctively Björk. Human Behaviour"'s dramatic percussion provides a perfect showcase for her wide-ranging voice; "Aeroplane" casts her as a yearning lover against a lush, exotica-inspired backdrop; and the spare, poignant "Anchor Song" uses just her voice and a brass section to capture the loneliness of the sea. Though Debut is just as arty as anything she recorded with the Sugarcubes, the album's club-oriented tracks provide an exciting contrast to the rest of the album's delicate atmosphere.
The Second Debut CD - The Second Debut CD reissue - It's Show Time CD - A Collection Of Intimate Working Relationships CD - Radio Mixes - Rarities On Compact Disc CD - Remixes CD - Rarities CD - Rarities CD reissue - So Happy CD - Fireworks CD - Quiet Fireworks CD - Cover Me CD (r-duck) - Cover Me CD (westwood) - Cover Me CD reissue (westwood) - Hypergenic CD? - Petrol Warnings CD? - Diva Goddess Remix Album I CD? - Diva Goddess Remix Album II CD? - Complete B-Sides Collection CD? - Hybrid CDR - Rare B-Sides CD - The Iceland Mysteries 2CD - Rewind. release: country: label: ca. o: format: ? europe no label btsd 159501/brons734 cd in jewelcase. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06.