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Old 04-23-2003, 08:55 AM   #16
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Anyone see her "Cocoon" video? So beautifully freaky.

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I love Bjork, I would marry her if she asked me to........
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One of the questions they asked was, "What song do you wish you had written?" Thom Yorke said "Joga" by Bjork. I completely understand. What an amazing song!

Anyway, yeah. I love Bjork.
And all anyone needs to do is listen to that song to realize what an outstanding amazing voice she has. I LOVE Bjork!!!
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She's amazing. Has anyone seen the special on her (I think it was on Bravo or IFC or something) where Bono gives his praise to her?
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Not to mention her acting. Dancer in the Dark is in my Top 3 for sure.


I really didn't know her music before I saw the movie... but that haunting song for her son that she sings at the end of the movie made me a fan of hers for life!



And I quite like her voice... I find it soothing... now I can't wait to get home and listen to some Bjork
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Matmos is the group she collaborates with for weird sounds. "In their recordings and live performances over the last nine years, Matmos have used the sounds of: amplified crayfish nerve tissue, the pages of bibles turning, a bowed five string banjo, slowed down whistles and kisses, water hitting copper plates, the runout groove of a vinyl record, a $5.00 electric guitar, liposuction surgery, cameras and VCRs, chin implant surgery, contact microphones on human hair, violins, rat cages, tanks of helium, violas, human skulls, cellos, peck horns, tubas, cards shuffling, field recordings of conversations in hot tubs, frequency response tests for defective hearing aids, a steel guitar recorded in a sewer, electrical interference generated by laser eye surgery, whoopee cushions and balloons, latex fetish clothing, rhinestones on a dinner plate, Polish trains, insects, ukelele, aspirin tablets hitting a drum kit from across the room, dogs barking, people reading aloud, life support systems and inflatable blankets, records chosen by the roll of dice, an acupuncture point detector conducting electrical current through human skin, rock salt crunching underfoot, solid gold coins spinning on bars of solid silver, the sound of a frozen stream thawing in the sun, a five gallon bucket of oatmeal."

She admires U2 as well. In an interview once, she mentioned how she envies their family-oriented group because they are constantly surrounded by old friends and beloved.

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She's amazing. Has anyone seen the special on her (I think it was on Bravo or IFC or something) where Bono gives his praise to her?

YES! i have it on tape shes freaking adorable.

i used to dress like her in high school
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I just got a ticket to see the divine Ms. Bjork at Red Rocks in Colorado in August.

I've never seen her live before.
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I just got a ticket to see the divine Ms. Bjork at Red Rocks in Colorado in August.

I've never seen her live before.
*is jealous...but in a good way!

That sounds rockin'! I'm sure you're in for a treat!
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GA tickets are still available--c'mon, road trip!
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Do Bjork tix cost way more, considering she has a whole orchestra behind her?

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Nope--GA is just $37.50 + TM fees and reserved seats are $55 +fees. Same as Tori, more or less.
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Cool. Wow and there Madonna goes charging 200 pounds for a ticket.

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p.s. I LOVE Li-Young Lee I saw him read once. I sat in the front row and
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