Is this the regular edition or the one with the bonus tracks?
I assume, by his smarmy comment on the album in the post, that the OP doesn't give a shit. But I, not being a pretentious asshole, do care. It does have the 3 bonus tracks.
i'm not pretentious enough to think that anything i have to say will encourage or dissuade someone from listening to a new bjork record. she's popular and a known quantity (like Radiohead) - either you're interested in her music or you're not.
Ouch... my ears.
.m4aWTF is this shit
Awesome album! Very much recommended. After the deception of Volta, it's a relief to hear that our favorite little elf still has her edge. Some might compare this album to Vespertine and in a sense they'd be right: it has the same slow-paced, contemplative magic. But it's also quite different. Vespertine was very airy and ethereal. Biophilia is, as its title hints, much more organic, even telluric sometimes. BTW, I urge everyone to look for the deluxe edition: it has a bonus CD filled with 73 mins of a July 2011 concert which, obviously, focuses on the new album, but also contains a few surprises, like a synthetic version of "Where is the line" and an updated Biophiliesque rendition of the classic "One day". @Cedric: I'm surprised you don't know this yet, but "this shit" is iTunes' proprietary format. Yeah, like all things Apple do, their determination to control things sucks ass full force...
so tight, thanks