Björk ‎– Post

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One Little Indian ‎– TPLP51CD
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1 Army Of Me 3:54
2 Hyper-Ballad
Arranged By [Strings] – Eumir Deodato
5:21
3 The Modern Things 4:10
4 It's Oh So Quiet
Arranged By [Orchestral], Conductor – John AltmanWritten-By – Reisfeld*, Hanslang*
3:38
5 Enjoy
Organ – BjörkTrumpet – Einar Orn*
3:57
6 You've Been Flirting Again
Arranged By [Strings] – Björk, Eumir Deodato
2:29
7 Isobel
Arranged By [Strings] – Björk, Eumir DeodatoTrumpet – Maurice Murphy
5:47
8 Possibly Maybe 5:06
9 I Miss You
Arranged By [Brass] – BjörkPercussion – Talvin SinghSoprano Saxophone – Gary BarnacleTrumpet – Stuart Brooks
4:03
10 Cover Me
Harpsichord – Guy Sigsworth
2:06
11 Headphones 5:40

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Notes

Issued in a regular jewel case. Contains 4-panel 8-page fold-out booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016958 025427
  • Barcode (String): 5016958025427
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): TPLP51CD :: ·MASTERED BY MAYKING·
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1 to 4): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI48A2
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 6816
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): ifpi 4B13

Other Versions (5 of 138) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
527733-4 Björk Post(Cass, Album) Mother Records, PolyGram 527733-4 Malaysia 1995 Sell This Version
527733-4 Björk Post(Cass, Album) Polydor 527733-4 Australia 1995 Sell This Version
527 239-2 Björk Post(2xCD, Album, Ltd) PolyGram 527 239-2 Taiwan 1996 Sell This Version
527733-4 Bjork* Post(Cass, Album) Mother Records, Universal, Euro Star 527733-4 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
TPLP51H, TPLP51 Björk Post(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) One Little Indian, One Little Indian TPLP51H, TPLP51 USA, Canada & UK 2000 Sell This Version

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Simoom

Simoom

September 12, 2017
I'm trying to find out about why there are two versions of Possibly Maybe .. one with the intro (5'06) and one without (4'51), depending on the release.. thanks
erik7778910

erik7778910

October 8, 2015
Someone should add the 2015 180g reissue!
Risingson

Risingson

August 4, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Second album, and Björk already became a matter of love or hate: she's theatrical here, shouting, yelling, changing styles, being noisy and having fun. But Post is most definitive in crafting Björk's carreer: working with lots of gifted producers and musicians, putting pop in IDM, opera in trip-hop and making the electronica surround her voice. And apart from "Army of me" there isn't a weak song, though one has to love and embrace her voice and yells to enjoy them: "It's oh so quiet" is a song to make her feel like a star in a musical (dream that would come true a bit later), "You've been flirting again" is a string-based ballad (with tension raised in the not-very-defined chords), and "Headphones" is mostly an ambient piece for the glory of the producers. Oh, but the rest is very, very good: "Hyperballad" is purely epic, a perfect blend of melody and IDM tricks, "Isobel" is spectacular, like ABC's "The look of love" for the 90s, with a full orchestra, a powerful bassline and electronic noises blending together achieving pure firework magic in the bridge (something similar to what she did with David Arnold, but more inspired I think). I also love "Possibly Maybe", which is a very romantic trip-hop ballad perfectly acted by Björk and "I miss you", a very fun quirk on the latin house sound. Just for these songs this album deserves a high rating. Though, yes, Björk's voice can be a *bit* irritating at times.