Bjork - Volumen
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- "Volumen" collects every video from Bjork's career, and showcases the work of famed video director's Spike Jonze, Sophie Muller and Michael Gondry
- Songs: Human Behaviour, Venus as a Boy, Play Dead, Big Time Sensuality, Violently Happy, Army of Me, Isabel, It's Oh So Quiet, Hyperballad, Possibly Maybe, I Miss You, Joga, Bachelorette, Hunter
Top Customer Reviews
She ropes in the most amazing names in directing to create videos that are out of this world, and not without controversy either. Some of her videos have been banned in the US because of the nudity content. However this just adds to the weirdness of Bjork.
From "Debut" there is "Human Bahaviour", "Venus As A Boy", "Play Dead", "Big Time Sensuality" and "Violently Happy".
From "Post" comes "Army Of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyper-ballad", "Possibly Maybe" and "I Miss You".
From Homogenic surfaces "Joga", "Bachelorette", "Hunter", "Alarm Call", "All Is Full Of Love".
From "Vespertine" are the controversial "Hidden Place", "Pagan Poetry", "Cocoon".
There are also two new videos, "It's In Our Hands" and "Nature Is Ancient".
An added bonus about this collection is the fact that all the videos are in chronological order which makes it that more special and a great synopsis of her career.
The one thing that disappoints me though is the fact that she includes no videos from "Selmasongs" and no bonus features however the fact that this dvd is so thorough those factors really don't detract at all.
Overall, "Volumen" is a great way to get into Bjork's music but most of all her videos which are simply my favourite videos that have ever been made. This dvd is worth every penny.
The first video in this collection is the stunning "Human Behaviour." This was Bjork's first video as a solo artist from 1993, and it sure makes an impact. The song is a look at humans from an animal's point of view. Bjork is singing the lyrics, which already suggests she is an animal - apart from the crowd and very much her own creation. Directed by Michael Gondry, we see Bjork in the woods with a giant teddy bear searching for food. The bear is also being hunted by a hunter in the woods. The bear chases after Bjork as well, but she outwits him. The woods are used as a metaphor for the human psyche; Bjork as the animal is lost in the woods, which represent the complex and dark characters of a human being. In the video to "Venus As A Boy," Bjork carefully fondles an egg while explicitly singing about copulation.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes, she's strange. Some may say goofy. I think she's quite the artist, with a gift for portraying and manipulating a full range of emotions with her words, music, and videos. Read morePublished 19 months ago by SingeSavante
I have this, having recently been sent one new and sealed from a friend who found it in a store in Germany. Yes, it's great of course. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Joseph W. Szilagy
This was in very good condition, even though you could tell it had been well used :). Arrived on time and i was very satisfied.Published on February 11, 2013 by Rachael
Great collection, I love Bjork! Quality of sound and picture was excellent, but near the last couple of songs it seemed to progressivley get louder. (? Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by Christy
Muy buena selección de temas, muy bien grabados, muy buen sonido, muy buena presentación, impecable. Read morePublished on October 28, 2011 by ppastorm
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