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By the late ’90s, Björk‘s playful, unique world view and singular voice became as confining as they were defining. With its surprising starkness and darkness, 1997’s Homogenic shatters her “Icelandic pixie” image. Possibly inspired by her failed relationship with drum’n’bass kingpin Goldie, Bjork sheds her more precious aspects, displaying more emotional depth than even her best previous work indicated. Her collaborators – LFO‘s Mark Bell, Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, and Post contributor Howie B – help make this album not only her emotionally bravest work, but her most sonically adventurous as well.
‘Homogenic‘ embodies a very relative sobriety but as its title indicates more Homogeneous than previous albums.
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