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Björk - Vulnicura mp3 download

Performer: Björk
Title: Vulnicura
Style: Electronica,Experimental Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Duration: 58:37
Released: January 20, 2015
Size MP3 version: 1152 mb
Size FLAC version: 1961 mb
Size WMA version: 1201 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 212
Format: DTS AU WAV APE DXD MP3
Genre: Electronic

Björk - Vulnicura mp3 download


I do not own anything. All rights go to dear god Björk (and respective owners).

Vulnicura is the ninth studio album by Icelandic musician and singer Björk. It was produced by Björk, Arca, and The Haxan Cloak, and released on 20 January 2015 by One Little Indian Records Vulnicura was originally scheduled for release in March 2015, in conjunction with the Björk: Archives book and an exhibition about Björk's career at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Vulnicura is the eighth studio album by Björk. The album was supposed to be released in March 2015 but due to a leak, Björk and her team decided to release it on January 20th, 2015. The album was written in 2013, the year Björk and her partner Matthew Barney broke-up and it documents the progressive deterioration of the relationship and the subsequent overcoming of her pain. These two phases are symbolised by the wound and the healing of the wound.

In Björk’s discography, Vulnicura most resembles Vespertine, another unyieldingly cerebral work about vulnerability and being turned by love to besotted viscera, and also an unmistakably female album. Vulnicura doubles down on these elements, from the choir arrangements to the yonic wound imagery of the cover, like Björk’s attempt at a grand unified photoshoot of female pain, to Vulnicura’s echoes from the first track ("Moments of clarity are so rare-I better document this") of the long tradition of women artists thinking and rethinking their. own life stories, in public, until they.

Vulnicura Strings (The Acoustic Versions – Strings, Voice and Viola Organista Only), or simply Vulnicura Strings, is an acoustic album released by Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk as a companion to her 2015 album, Vulnicura. Vulnicura Strings has been described as a more uncompromising and intimate take on Björk's breakup album, featuring strings-only versions of the Vulnicura tracks, with the omission of "History of Touches". Also the version of "Family" omits the vocals.

Vulnicura is Björk's ninth studio album-assuming you include her 2000 Dancer in the Dark soundtrack Selmasongs (which you, of course, do) and not her 1977 self-titled child album (which you, of course, don't)-and features production from Arca and engineering from The Haxan Cloak, alongside Björk herself. The album is essentially broken into chapters: the bitter end, the breakup and the first steps forward. Its very name, Vulnicura, melds the Latin vulnero and cura: the wound and the cure-and captures everything between the two.

Vulnicura may be the most personal, emotive and heartbreaking album which Björk has ever made. After the exploration of universe and nature with the previous project Biophilia, the icelandic deity focuses all of her forces around the feelings of her own heart, giving us an abstract journey through deep love, the desperate sorrow in losing it, and maybe, the hope of a new beginning. How will I sing us/Out of this sorrow?" For me, this album is tied with Homogenic for the best Björk album.

Rush-released after an internet leak, the new LP by Iceland’s greatest export is a break-up album like no other. By Brent DiCrescenzo Posted: Wednesday January 21 2015. Before making ‘Vulnicura’, Björk had two things removed from her: a throat polyp and a domestic partner, American artist Matthew Barney. Her ninth record, then, is the obligatory break-up album, one sung with extraordinarily renewed power.

New Album Releases – download full albums, daily updates! . Björk – Vulnicura (2015). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On January - 26 - 2015.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stonemilker Björk 6:49
2 Lionsong Björk 6:08
3 History of Touches Björk 3:00
4 Black Lake Björk 10:08
5 Family Björk 8:02
6 Notget Björk 6:26
7 Atom Dance Björk 8:10
8 Mouth Mantra Björk 6:09
9 Quicksand Björk 3:45

Credits

Björk - Primary Artist
Dianantrius
"Vulnicura" is arrogance in music. After "Homogenic", her music style has been crossing a too cerebral road. Listening music must be a pleasure, not a demonstration (that ends in itself) of self-skills in manipulating sounds and in singing strange things. What I was waiting from Björk, most of all after four years of absence and "Biophilia", was an halfway between "Debut" and "Homogenic": beautiful songs that are the union of mind and heart, of the capacity of creating experimental sounds and magnificent melodies. "Vulnicura" have something similar: "Stonemilker", "Notget" and "Atom Dance".Unfortunately, what remains is something that doesn't give you anyhting but boredom. Like the water, these songs flow on you but leave nothing. Nothing.Because compositions like "Lionsong", "Family" and "Quicksand" are complex, ok, but they don't hit the target. They are cold, distant, unnecessary long, frayed, tangled and cacophonous, light years away from the "ordered chaos" of the previous works such as "Vespertine" and the aforementioned "Homogenic". When I was listening them, I didn't say: "Wow! Björk is a genius! Listen how she creates sound glitches and makes orchestrations to express her most inner feelings, to open my heart." I said, instead: "Ok, Bjork, you are a good arranger and a good singer, this is what you want me to tell you?""Vulnicura" is not an album, it is a sterile demonstration of the intellectual prowess of Björk. She has lost her heart, so there aren't magic songs such as "Hidden Places", "Joga" and "All Is Full of Love". There are cerebral songs, cold cerebral songs.
Questanthr
Björk's voice is in fabulous form. All of the emotive acrobatics you would want on a Björk album is here to be found. Too bad it can't save this overly cheerless (albeit arty) album from drowning in its own arty self-seriousness. The lovely opening salvos of "Stonemilker" and "Lionsong" give great great promise, but unfortunately drift off into 45 minutes of frustratingly meandering strings and staccato glitch beats. After every brief and hopeful moment of lucidity (and there are many) that keep you clinging, you are maddeningly flung back into the aimlessness. Being Björk's break-up album, maybe this was the point. But having gone through a lion's share of my own break-ups, I can't say I'm particularly enthusiastic to experience the pain and confusion of hers too. Meh.