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Army Of Me - Björk - Post (CD, Album)

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  1. “Army of Me” was released on April 21, as the lead single from Björk’s second full-length Post (). The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who also helped.
  2. Jun 13,  · On this day in history (June 13, ), Bjork released her second studio album Post featuring the singles Army Of Me, Isobel, It’s Oh So Quiet, Hyperballad and Possibly Maybe. Bjork recorded this album after she left her home town of Iceland in favor or London.
  3. Listen online to Björk - Army of Me and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  4. Björk gudmundsdottir has always been a strange one. The eccentric ex-Sugarcube draws her fashion sense from fairy tales, her voice from some alternate heaven and her music? Well, she once cited nature-show host Sir David Attenborough as her biggest musical influence, saying she identified with his thirst for exploring new and wild territories.
  5. Aug 03,  · Episode Info: This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "Post," the second studio album from Icelandic art pop singer Björk. Released in , this album marked the start of a sustained period of success for Björk which continued well into the 21st century. Podcast Link: Björk - Post Tracks Played: Army of Me.
  6. Jun 13,  · On this day in history (June 13, ), Bjork released her second studio album Post featuring the singles Army Of Me, Isobel, It’s Oh So Quiet, Hyperballad and Possibly Maybe. Bjork recorded this album after she left her home town of Iceland in favor or London.
  7. Aug 24,  · Björk - Army Of Me (Track 1) - Post () Song. Army of Me. Artist. Björk Guðmundsdóttir. Album. Post. Licensed to YouTube by. The Orchard Music, WMG, UMG (on behalf of Smekkleysa); AMRA.
  8. Post Björk Pop · Preview Editors’ Notes Having established herself as one of pop’s most effervescent personalities with her debut, Björk decided to veer into other genres on her third album. The grinding “Army of Me” signals that she's not just crafting songs for the club; the joyful cover of “It’s Oh So Quiet” crash-lands.

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