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Les grognements de chien que l'on entend sur Body Memory :wub:

 

Le reste plus tard, je n'ai écouté qu'une seule fois l'album pour l'instant.

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il y a 3 minutes, Quinethssence a dit :

Les grognements de chien que l'on entend sur Body Memory :wub:

 J'entends Tanya Tagaq à chaque fois :wub:

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Non c'est Tagaq. (Oui je pense que tu as raison)

 

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en interview chez npr

 

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Utopia was almost the opposite, where the writing was so fun and easy, and then the finalizing of everything was kinda tricky: Because the subject matter was utopia, I wanted to feel like you've come to this island and there are all these sounds and birds and plants that you've never seen or heard before.

 

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I wanted to just be free and become a musician again, and have my voice, instead of it lying on the ground, my melodies to be more like constellations in the cloud.

 

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Je crois qu'a part Volta, toute la presse musicale a toujours ete en extase a chaque sortie.

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Biophilia c'était pas terrible non plus hein..

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Oui Biophilia c’était pas génial. Et ça me gonfle toujours de lire dans la presse qui parle du nouvel album (ou de Vulnicura en son temps) : « Après Biophilia, album expérimental (lol), inaudible, pas de mélodie » bla bla bla

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La critique ffff de Télérama, qui me parait assez juste pour une foi.

 

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une critique plus nuancée via Slant Magazine

 

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In fact, the album's excessive duration becomes the fundamental facet that tips an ever-precarious balance between Björk's competing identities as a one-time pop artist and a sometime avant-gardist. That isn't really surprising at this point, since overkill has become something of Björk's m.o.: Consider the acoustic and live versions of Vulnicura released last year, or the elaborate web of ephemeral iOS application's that accompanied the release of 2011's Biophilia. But the bit of dead weight here is especially frustrating, since Björk seems to have reconjured the elements that made her music so exceptional, and consistently enough that one can imagine a shorter, more curated iteration of Utopia that could stand with her very best albums.

 

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Merci pour les reviews, il ne reste plus qu'à écouter l'album maintenant -_-

 

**Biophilia a quand même tappé 79 sur metacritic, ca reste une très bonne note. (80 étant 'universal acclaim').

 

 

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