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    Somewhat close, but it changes a lot, but at the moment it's this, and listed chronologically by album:


    1. Crying
    2. There's More To Life Than This
    3. Hyperballad
    4. Headphones
    5. Jóga
    6. Unravel
    7. In The Musicals
    8. Undo
    9. It's Not Up To You
    10. Who Is It?
    11. Desired Constellation
    12. Triumph Of A Heart
    13. Wanderlust
    14. Moon
    15. Cosmogony

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    1. play dead
    2. pagan poetry
    3. pluto
    4. modern things
    5. army of me
    6. an echo, a stain
    7. unison
    8. hunter
    9. joga
    10. 5 years
    11. where is the line
    12. desired constellation
    13. dull flame of desire
    14. come to me
    15. virus

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    I'm not going through the effort of putting them in order, this was already too hard:

    The Anchor Song
    Aeroplane
    Headphones
    Possibly Maybe
    Unravel
    All Is Full of Love
    Jóga
    Aurora
    Pagan Poetry
    Pleasure Is All Mine
    Mouth's Cradle
    Who Is It
    Submarine
    Generous Palmstroke
    Mutual Core
    Last edited by Bastien; 04-29-2012 at 10:15 PM. Reason: Had to bump DFoD for Generous Palmstroke. :)

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    ^ aeroplane was very nearly on my list! I really love it.

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    In no order whatsoever.

    I Go Humble
    Virus
    Hyperballad
    Violently Happy
    Human Behaviour
    Hunter
    Joga
    Verandi
    Aurora
    Hidden Place
    Come to Me
    Isobel
    Pagan Poetry
    Domestica
    Unravel

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    There's More to Life Than This
    Play Dead
    Hyperballad
    Possibly Maybe
    Bachelorette
    5 Years
    Pluto
    All is Full of Love
    So Broken
    Pagan Poetry
    An Echo, a Stain
    It's in Our Hands
    Generous Palmstroke
    Where is the Line
    Mouth's Cradle
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    1. Hidden Place
    2. Undo
    3. Mutual Core
    4. Moon
    5. Karvel
    6. The Modern Things
    7. Sweet Intuition
    8. Trance
    9. Sun in my Mouth
    10. Sacrifice
    11. Desired Constellation
    12. Mouth's Cradle
    13. Where is the Line
    14. Foot Soldier
    15. Joga
    16. All Neon Like

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    Solstice
    Hunter
    Pluto
    Venus As A Boy
    Where Is The Line?
    Hollow
    All Is Full Of Love
    Hidden Place
    Unison
    Harm of Will
    The Comet Song
    Scatterheart
    Mouth's Cradle
    Crystalline

    Wanderlust!!!!


    Wanderlust is definitely my favourite Bjork song. Sure, the production isn't as amazing as it could have been (though the Voltaic version is perfect) but even that doesn't detract from how awesome this song is. The video is my favourite (along with TOAH). The ratatat remix is frigging great, too!
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    One day
    Play dead
    Army of me
    Hyperballad (Brodsky version)
    Jóga
    Sod off
    New world
    Hidden place
    Cocoon
    Pagan poetry
    Verandi
    Where is the line?
    Who is it
    Oceania
    Oceania (the version with piano, I have no idea the name)

    ...yep, pretty much that.
    When he woke up, the dinosaur was still there.

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    5 Years
    Possibly Maybe
    Joga
    It's Not Up to You
    Hyperballad
    Alarm Call
    I Miss You
    Pagan Poetry
    Bachelorette
    Undo
    Who Is It
    Pluto
    Big Time Sensuality
    Unravel
    I Go Humble

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    [remade]
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    Violently Happy
    Big Time Sensuality
    All Is Full Of Love
    Bachelorette
    Hyperballed
    Pagan Poetry
    Joga
    Come To Me
    Verandi
    Sweet Sweet Intuition
    I Remember You
    Earth Intruders
    Triumph Of A Heart
    Play Dead

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    I suck at making lists but the general lack of love for Human Behaviour and Isobel is surprising
    They'd be my top tracks, together with Army of Me, Joga and Bachelorette...

    The girl does know how to pick her singles
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    Human behaviour is one of the ones I wanted to squeeze on

    Best singles indeed! I don't know anyone who's had better singles. (That said, with albums like Post and Homogenis, half the record were singles...)

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    I always think her B-Sides show just how good she is at picking album tracks. It's rare that there are B-sides from Björk that are stronger than the album tracks. Some of her b-sides are wonderful, don't get me wrong, but there's not many I'd pick over her singles or album tracks.

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