Post (Björk album)

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Post is the second studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk, released on 13 June 1995 in the United Kingdom by One Little Indian and in the United States by Elektra Entertainment.wikipedia
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Post is the second studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk, released on 13 June 1995 in the United Kingdom by One Little Indian and in the United States by Elektra Entertainment.
After the band's breakup, Björk embarked on a solo career in 1993, coming to prominence as a solo artist with albums such as Debut (1993), Post (1995) and Homogenic (1997), while collaborating with a range of artists and exploring a variety of multimedia projects.

Isobel (song)

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Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10.
"Isobel" is a song recorded by Icelandic singer Björk for her third studio album, Post.

Army of Me (Björk song)

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Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10.
"Army of Me" is a song recorded by Icelandic musician Björk for her second studio album Post (1995).

Hyperballad

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Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10.
"Hyperballad" (sometimes written as "Hyper-Ballad") is the fourth single from the studio album Post by Icelandic musician and recording artist Björk.

Possibly Maybe

Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10.
"Possibly Maybe" is a song by Björk, released as the fifth single from her 1995 album Post.

Post Tour

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Media attention and the extensive Post Tour were detrimental to Björk's wellbeing.
The Post Tour was a tour by the singer Björk that mainly focused on her album Post.

I Miss You (Björk song)

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Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10. The track that underwent the most extensive change was "I Miss You", an old song from the Debut era, the result of the input of Howie Bernstein (a protégé of Hooper and an aspiring programmer), who gave the song its "Latin-tinged [rhythm]".
"I Miss You" is a song by Björk, the sixth and final single release from her album of 1995, Post.

Nellee Hooper

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Whereas Björk's previous album Debut (1993) was produced almost entirely by Nellee Hooper, Björk produced Post with collaborators including Hooper, 808 State's Graham Massey, and former Massive Attack member Tricky.
The 1995 BRIT Awards honoured Hooper as Best Producer for his work on Massive Attack's Protection, Björk's Post and Madonna's Bedtime Stories albums.

It's Oh So Quiet

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Six singles were released: "Army of Me", "Isobel", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", and "I Miss You", with three reaching the UK top 10.
It was released as the third single from her second album Post and remains her biggest hit, reaching number 4 in the UK and spending 15 weeks on the UK Singles Chart.

Telegram (album)

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Telegram, a remix album, was released in 1996.
The album is a collection of remixes of several tracks from her album Post, which had all previously appeared as B-sides of the UK versions of the singles off Post, except the "Enjoy" remix which was previously unreleased.

Homogenic

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Björk would relocate away from the press in Spain to produce her next album, Homogenic.
After returning to the studio in Spain in late January, Björk decided to end work with producer Nellee Hooper, who had produced both Debut and Post, as she felt they had "stopped surprising each other".

Debut (Björk album)

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Whereas Björk's previous album Debut (1993) was produced almost entirely by Nellee Hooper, Björk produced Post with collaborators including Hooper, 808 State's Graham Massey, and former Massive Attack member Tricky.
i-D noted that Debut —and Björk's subsequent album Post— integrate ambient techno and jungle, stating that they "couldn't have existed without Aphex Twin, Black Dog, A Guy Called Gerald, LFO and all the other producers who reshaped the language of music since 1988."

Howie B

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The track that underwent the most extensive change was "I Miss You", an old song from the Debut era, the result of the input of Howie Bernstein (a protégé of Hooper and an aspiring programmer), who gave the song its "Latin-tinged [rhythm]".
He worked as a programmer for Björk on several albums, engineering on 1995's Post and co-writing "I Miss You".

Trip hop

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It features an eclectic mixture of electronic and dance styles such as techno, trip hop, IDM, and house, but also ambient, jazz, industrial, and experimental music.
Björk embraced trip hop even more with her 1995 album Post by collaborating with Tricky and Howie B. Homogenic, her 1997 album, has been described as a pinnacle of trip hop music.

Big Time Sensuality

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Part of the album's innovation was Björk's further embrace of electronic instrumentation, an interest established in Debut, which featured mechanical dance numbers such as "Violently Happy" and "Big Time Sensuality".
The song was co-written by Björk and Nellee Hooper and produced by Hooper, which helped her in writing and producing her first two albums.

Graham Massey

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Whereas Björk's previous album Debut (1993) was produced almost entirely by Nellee Hooper, Björk produced Post with collaborators including Hooper, 808 State's Graham Massey, and former Massive Attack member Tricky.
Massey co-wrote and co-produced the tracks "Army of Me" and "The Modern Things" for Björk's album Post.

Sjón

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The song's lyrics were written in collaboration with Icelandic poet Sjón, which was his first songwriting experience.

Post Live

Post Live, a live album consisting of songs recorded during the Post Tour, was included in the 2003 box set Live Box.
It contains live performances centering mostly on Björk’s second album, Post, though several songs from her Debut album appear in drastically reworked versions.

Gary Barnacle

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Renowned English sessionist Gary Barnacle was enlisted to play the saxophone.
After the band split in 1992, Barnacle contributed to Björk's first two solo albums, Debut, released in 1993 and Post, released in 1995.

Alternative dance

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Treblezine.com has said that Post "melded alternative dance and electronic with a graceful flow".
Icelandic musician Björk found international success in the early 1990s with her albums Debut and Post, which incorporated alternative dance elements.

Live at Shepherds Bush Empire (Björk DVD)

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Live at Shepherds Bush Empire was released as a VHS in November, 1998, containing the last performance of the Post Tour, which took place at Shepherds Bush Empire in February 1997.
The majority of the songs are taken from the album Post, as well as some from her album Debut.

Nearly God

Their collaboration resulted in the Post songs "Enjoy" and "Headphones"—in addition to "Keep Your Mouth Shut" and "Yoga", which appeared on Tricky's 1996 studio album, Nearly God.
"Keep Your Mouth Shut" samples the song "Dedicated" by Das EFX from their album Hold it Down, and samples Björk's song "You've Been Flirting Again", from the album Post.

Army of Me: Remixes and Covers

In 2005, the UNICEF charity record Army of Me: Remixes and Covers was released; it is a collection of seventeen eclectic remixes of "Army of Me".
It is a collection of seventeen eclectic remixes of Björk's song "Army of Me" from Post, her 1995 album.

Surrounded (Björk album)

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A remastered version of the album in surround sound was included in the box set Surrounded, which was released in 2006 on Elektra Records.
Surrounded compiles reissues of five of Björk's studio albums—Debut (1993), Post (1995), Homogenic (1997), Vespertine (2001) and Medúlla (2004)—in addition to Selmasongs (2000), and Drawing Restraint 9 (2005), her soundtrack albums.

Mark Bell (British musician)

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"Enjoy" was also included on a limited edition 12" double A-side with "Possibly Maybe" (the former remixed by Dom T. and the latter by Mark Bell). In 1996, Björk took part in Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, conducted by Kent Nagano and the Opera orchestra of Lyon. "Possibly Maybe" was released as Posts fifth single on 28 October 1996, to coincide with Björk's tour dates in South America and South Africa. Stéphane Sednaoui directed the music video for the track, which concerns his failed relationship with Björk. "Possibly Maybe" was released as several 12" records and three different CD releases.
While working on a follow-up album, Bell began his partnership with Björk before the release of her album Post.