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Björk - Family Tree album flac

  • Performer: Björk
  • Title: Family Tree
  • Size FLAC ver: 1661 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 2002
  • Style: Experimental
  • Other formats: DMF AUD RA MP2 XM WMA AU
  • Genre: Pop
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
Björk - Family Tree album flac

Tracklist

Greatest Hits
1-A1 Venus As A Boy
1-A2 Hyperballad
1-A3 You've Been Flirting Again
1-A4 Isobel
1-A5 Joga
1-A6 Unravel
1-A7 Bachelorette
1-A8 All Is Full Of Love
1-A9 Scatterheart
1-B10 I've Seen It All
1-B11 Pagan Poetry
1-B12 It's Not Up To You
Beats (3" CD)
1-B13 The Modern Things
1-B14 Karvel
1-B15 I Go Humble
1-B16 Nature Is Ancient
Roots - 1 (3" CD)
2-A1 Sidasta Eg
2-A2 Glora
2-A3 Fuglar
2-A4 Ammaeli (A And E Joined Together)
2-A5 Mamma
Roots - 2 (3" CD)
2-A6 Immature
2-A7 Cover Me
2-A8 Generous Palmstroke
2-A9 Joga (Strings & Vocals)
2-A10 Mother Heroic
Strings - 1 (3" CD)
2-B1 Unravel
2-B2 Cover Me
2-B3 All Neon Like
2-B4 You've Been Flirting Again
2-B5 I've Seen It All
Strings - 2 (3" CD)
2-B6 Possibly Maybe
2-B7 Anchor Song
2-B8 Bachelorette
2-B9 Hunter
2-B10 Play Dead

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Universal International

Notes

Two separate MCs in transparent plastic cases.

The tracklisting of Cassette-2 differs from CD-2 tracklisting on other promos: the "Strings" section track order is different and it includes You've Been Flirting Again.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TPLP365CD Björk Family Tree ‎(Box, Comp + 5xCD, Mini + CD) One Little Indian TPLP365CD UK 2002
62815-2 Björk Family Tree ‎(5xCD, Mini + CD, Comp + Box, Comp) Elektra 62815-2 US 2002
62815-2 Bjork* Family Tree ‎(6xCDr, Comp, Promo) Elektra 62815-2 US 2002
none Bjork* Family Tree ‎(2xCDr, Comp, Promo) Universal Music Australia none Australia 2002
570 951-2 Björk Family Tree ‎(Box, Comp + 5xCD, Mini + CD) Polydor 570 951-2 Europe 2002


The video for ‘family’ was created in collaboration between björk and andrew thomas huang. the video depicts a moving cover of her current album ‘vulnicura’.

One Little Indian Jukebox. Опубликовано: 28 сент. 2015 г. björk: family taken from the new album vulnicura.

Family Tree is a boxed set of musical material by Icelandic singer Björk. Family Tree was released in November 2002, concurrent with the release of Björk's Greatest Hits album, in which the tracks were selected by her fans.

Family Tree was released in November 2002, concurrent with the release of Björk's Greatest Hits album, in which the tracks were selected by her fans. The five 3-inch compact discs include: "Roots CD 1", which features songs recorded before Björk's "second solo debut" (. previous to her 1993 album Debut). This compact disc features songs by her previous bands: KUKL, The Elgar Sisters, and The Sugarcubes. Roots CD 2" features b-sides and alternate versions of album tracks; "Beats", which focuses on both new and old songs with a heavier electronica influence; and finally "Strings", CDs 1 and 2, which feature live and studio recordings of Björk with the Brodsky Quartet through 1999 and.

Eumir Deodato & Icelandic String Quartet's Family Tree album. Eumir Deodato & Icelandic String Quartet - Family Tree Album. Eumir Deodato & Icelandic String Quartet. Eumir Deodato & Icelandic String Quartet" Ringtones to your Cell.

Björk closed out her first decade as a solo artist with the retrospective Björk's Greatest Hits. Despite its somewhat pedestrian title and approach (especially considering some of her intricate import collections and box sets) she still managed to find a way to put a twist on the collection: she let her fans vote for which songs they wanted included on the track listing. Overall, they did a pretty good job; with the notable exception of "It's Oh So Quiet" - which is probably her biggest single - the collection touches on most of the biggest songs from each of her albums.

Björk released her first solo album, "Debut", in collaboration with producer Nellee Hooper. The worldwide success of the album (nearly 3 million copies sold) made possible her second album, "Post", in 1995, also with help of not only Nellee Hooper but techno gurus Graham Massey (from 808 State), Howie B. and Tricky, followed by the remix album "Telegram" the year after. After some problems in the UK, where she lived, she decided to go to Spain to record her third album, "Homogenic", released in 1997. Her fourth album, probably the most quiet, "Vespertine", featured a chamber orchestra, an Icelandic choir and harpist Zeena Parkins, and was also a successful collaboration with Matmos. She then successively released a book of photos and texts, series of DVD, a Greatest Hits album and two special boxes ("Family Tree" and "Björk Box").

Björk has released a teaser for an upcoming virtual reality music video for the Vulnicura track ‘Family’, another step towards an entirely VR version of the album - something she promised earlier this summer. Previous locations have included London, Tokyo and Sydney. Take a look at the new clip for ‘Family’ below.


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