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Homogenic (). The one-time anarchopunk from Iceland was now a global pop star, staging shows from Israel to China to New Zealand. Co-produced by Bjork with Mark Bell (among others), the album's A work of mesmerizing grandeur and volatile emotion, Homogenic remains a sonic genre all. Homogenic is the third studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk. It was released on 22 September in the United Kingdom by One Little Indian.
Robed in silver satin, luminous against iridescent grey, Björk stares out as us from the cover of Homogenic. Filigreed flowers crawl across the. Headline-grabbing personal upheavals turn into introspective surges on Homogenic, the third album by Icelandic singer Björk. Driven inward after a bizarre year. Year: Notes: Björk's 3rd full-length studio album: The Japanese version of Homogenic includes several bonus tracks and remixed versions of songs.
Co-produced by Bjork with Mark Bell (among others), the album's A work of mesmerizing grandeur and volatile emotion, Homogenic remains a sonic genre all. Considered one of the best albums of all time, and the best of the year along with Radiohead's “Ok Computer”, Björk's third solo studio effort saw the light in late. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Homogenic - Björk on AllMusic - - By the late '90s, Björk's playful, unique world. Before I bought Björk's third album, Homogenic, in an Our Price in Kent with some birthday vouchers, I had only ever listened to Michael.