12 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time of her ironically titled Debut, Björk had already released three albums with The Sugarcubes and a solo LP, recorded when she was just 11 years old. But with her 1993 breakout album, she revealed what she's truly capable of, from oddball pop ("Human Behaviour") to club hits ("Big Time Sensuality") to classical minimalism ("The Anchor Song"). Still, all that versatility wouldn't mean a thing if it weren't for her one-of-a-kind voice—growling, purring, wailing and cooing, drawing us deeper into her unique universe with every breath.

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time of her ironically titled Debut, Björk had already released three albums with The Sugarcubes and a solo LP, recorded when she was just 11 years old. But with her 1993 breakout album, she revealed what she's truly capable of, from oddball pop ("Human Behaviour") to club hits ("Big Time Sensuality") to classical minimalism ("The Anchor Song"). Still, all that versatility wouldn't mean a thing if it weren't for her one-of-a-kind voice—growling, purring, wailing and cooing, drawing us deeper into her unique universe with every breath.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

AllyM1978 ,

Timeless classic

One of the top 20 albums of all time. It's completely timeless and still sounds amazing- Bjork at her very very best! A must have for anyone.

rfrench345 ,

Simply stunning

A must have album at full price. To get it for less than a fiver is a no brainer

sum1different ,

Brilliant stuff!

One of my favourite albums of the 90s. Stand out tracks are Venus as a boy, Violently Happy & Human Behaviour. This album should form part of your record collection.

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