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9 thoughts on “ Big Time Sensuality - Björk - Debut (Cassette, Album)

  1. “Big Time Sensuality” was the fourth single from Björk’s album Debut. Co-written by Björk and producer Nellee Hooper, the single release was actually a version remixed by Fluke. The ebullient.
  2. Björk started her career after a recording of her rendition of Tina Charles' song "I Love to Love" became popular on Icelandic tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfo first eponymous solo release, considered juvenilia, was released under Fálkinn label in Thereafter, Björk ventured into bands, singing as the lead vocalist of groups like Tappi Tíkarrass, Kukl, the Elgar Sisters and, most notably, the Sugarcubes.
  3. Big Time Sensuality, a Single by Björk. Released 22 November on One Little Indian (catalog no. TP 7CD; CD). Genres: Dance-Pop. Featured peformers: Björk (writer).
  4. 11 track album pressed on 12" Heavyweight g black vinyl. Her second official solo offering. Debut was the album that introduced Iceland's first lady to the world on her own terms. With tracks including Human Behaviour, Venus as a Boy, Big Time Sensuality and Violently Happy it was a welcomed beginning to great things to come.
  5. rows · Watch the video for Big Time Sensuality from Björk's Debut for free, and see the artwork, .
  6. It was certified gold in Canada and platinum in the US, where it remains Björk's bestselling album. Debut is widely regarded as one of the greatest albums of and the s in general. In , John Hamilton of Idolator called the album "highly influential", and wrote "in spite of its advancing age, Debut's futurism has aged exquisitely.".
  7. Debut, an Album by Björk. Released 13 July on One Little Indian (catalog no. TPLP31 CD; CD). Genres: Art Pop, House. Featured peformers: Björk (vocals, keyboards, aka_text {brass arrangements} role_id aka_text), Nellee Hooper (drums, percussion, engineer), Mike Marsh (mastering), Jhelisa (backing vocals), Luis Jardim (bass, drums, percussion), Bruce Smith (drums, percussion.
  8. Big Time Sensuality was the final single released from Björk 's first solo album, Debut. The song was issued as a U.S. maxi-single with the LP version, two non-album tracks, a remix of "Come to Me," and the famous "Fluke Minimix" of "Big Time Sensuality."8/
  9. The album went on to spawn a string of subsequent hit singles in Venus As A Boy, Big Time Sensuality and Violently Happy and Björk’s presentation of those songs, be it videos, live gigs or TV performances (including a mesmerising set for MTV Unplugged), ensured that she became one of pop’s most recognisable artists.

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