Björk’s ‘Debut’ feat. ‘Human Behaviour’ is her second studio album co-produced with Nellee Hooper and released on July 5, 1993 by One Little Indian.
Track Listing : 1.Human Behaviour (Björk, Nellee Hooper) – 04:10 . 2.Crying (Björk, Nellee Hooper) – 04:52 . 3.Venus As A Boy (Björk) – 04:42 . 4.There’S More To Life Than This (Björk, Hooper) – 03:21 . 5.Like Someone In Love (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen) – 04:33 . 6.Big Time Sensuality (Björk, Nellee Hooper) – 03:57 . 7.One Day (Björk) – 05:24 . 8.Aeroplane (Björk) – 03:54 . 9.Come To Me (Björk) – 04:55 . 10.Violently Happy (Björk, Nellee Hooper) – 04:59 . 11.The Anchor Song (Björk) – 03:32
Musicians : Björk – Vocals, Keyboards . Garry Hughes – Keyboards, Hammond Organ . Oliver Lake – Brass . Corky Hale – Harp . Gary Barnacle – Brass . Marius De Vries – Keyboards . Nellee Hooper – Percussion, Drums . Luís Jardim – Bass, Percussion, Drums . Talvin Singh – Tabla . Bruce Smith – Percussion, Drums . Martin Virgo – Keyboards . Paul Waller – Keyboards . Jon Mallison – Guitar . Mike Mower – Brass . Jhelisa Anderson – Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Björk And Nellee Hooper . Paul Corkett – Engineer . Nellee Hooper – Engineer . Howie B – Engineer . Hugo Nicolson – Engineer . Brian Pugsley – Engineer . Al Stone – Engineer . Mark Warner – Assistant Engineer . Paul Wertheimer – Engineer . Goetz Botzenhardt – Assistant Engineer . Jim Abbiss – Engineer . Dave Burnham – Engineer . Pete Lewis – Assistant Engineer . Jon Mallison – Assistant Engineer . Mike Marsh – Mastering . Tim Dickenson – Assistant Engineer . Andy Bradford – Assistant Engineer . Oggy – Assistant Engineer . H. Shalleh – Engineer
Package : Jean-Baptiste Mondino – Photography
Recorded In 1992–1993.
Released On July 5, 1993 By One Little Indian.
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Debut is the utterly disappointing result. Rather than sticking to rock & roll, Debut is painfully eclectic. On “Come to Me” and “Venus as a Boy” Björk adds not just a string section but an entire orchestra from India. It’s more intrusive than galvanizing. […]
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And even though my musical knowledgebase has grown and my tastes have gotten more sophisticated, I still don’t know quite where to put this album. And that’s a great compliment. […]