|C. Eloi Marx - 2007-04-24 |
I don't know who started this "Music shouldn't have a melody" fad, I just hope goes away, and soon.
|kingarthur - 2007-04-24 |
Polyrhythm is lost on the excessively white it seems.
I love bjork's videos, too bad her music drives me insane. I think it's her voice. And I like a lot of weird music. I wish Brigitte Fontaine was doing her 70s music now and had the full arsenal of video to go with it. Because I respect people that like bjork, but not bjork herself, I will abstain from soiling this submission with my dirty stars.
|KnowFuture - 2007-04-24 |
Wow, she's still got it.
|takewithfood - 2007-04-24 |
+2 for being interesting at least, and +1 for those damn addictive drums.
|Chalkdust - 2007-04-24 |
Ah, primitivism. Melody is a much newer concept that polyrhythm and atonality. Tribal rootsy!
|Aelric - 2007-04-24 |
after over ten years, i think the jury is still out on her with me. i like and hate simultaneously
|EvilHomer - 2007-04-24 |
Nearly lost a point for people arguing over polyrhyth and melody, but... nah. It's Bjork!!! 5 stars.
|grimcity - 2007-04-25 |
She did this on SNL last weekend, and she totally kicked my ass.
|Old_Zircon - 2007-04-25 |
Atonality can't be a newer concept than the tonality it is in relation to.
|Lorenzo - 2008-04-04 |
She played this at V-Fest TO. She was dressed in a long flowing robe and her backup singers where dressed like heralds with flags on there heads. Bjork is so cool.
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