Bjork - Telegram (Remix Album)
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With Telegram, edgy Icelandic icon Björk continues to push the post-rock envelope. This album consists mostly of remixed versions of songs from her second album, Post. Unlike many remix albums however, Telegram is no slapdash effort with eccentric remixes of "Isobel", "Army Of Me", "I Miss You" and "Possibly Maybe". Björk recorded new vocals for many of the songs and collaborated with a well-chosen array of artists from the avant-garde and electronic worlds.
In Bjork’s words, “Telegram is really Post as well but all the elements of the songs are just exaggerated. It's like the core of Post. That's why it's funny to call it a remix album, it's like the opposite.”
Heavyweight double vinyl produced by One Little Indian in 2010. Originally released November 1996.
|Possibly Maybe (Lucy Mix)|
|Hyper-Ballad (Brodsky Quartet Version)|
|Enjoy (Further Over The Edge Mix)|
|I Miss You (Dobie Rub Part One-Sunshine Mix)|
|Isobel (Deodato Mix)|
|You've Been Flirting Again (Flirt Is A Promise Mix)|
|Cover Me (Dillinja Mix)|
|Army Of Me (Masseymix)|
|Headphones (Ø Remix)|