Bjork – Volta – Compact Disc
Volta is the sixth studio album by Icelandic singer-songwriter Bjork, released in 2007. Known for her innovative and eclectic musical style, Bjork’s Volta showcases her exploration of various genres and her signature blend of electronic, pop, and experimental sounds.
The album features collaborations with a diverse range of artists, including Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons, Timbaland, and Konono Nº1, a Congolese musical group known for their use of electrified thumb pianos. This mix of influences contributes to the album’s unique and dynamic sound.
Volta is characterized by its incorporation of brass instruments and complex arrangements, which give the album a vibrant and energetic atmosphere. Bjork’s distinctive vocals and poetic lyrics are a central element, as she explores themes of nature, relationships, and personal growth.
The album received generally positive reviews from critics and fans alike, and it spawned several singles, including “Earth Intruders,” “Innocence,” and “Declare Independence.” Bjork’s artistic vision and willingness to experiment with different sounds and styles continue to be defining features of her work, and “Volta” is another testament to her creative evolution as an artist.
Atlantic Records 2007
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