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Björk — All Is Full Of Love
Album: Homogenic
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Total ratings: 2200








Released: 1997
Length: 4:29
Plays (last 30 days): 1
You'll be given love
You'll be taken care of
You'll be given love
You have to trust it

Maybe not from the sources
You have poured yours
Maybe not from the directions
You are staring at

Twist your head around
It's all around you
All is full of love
All around you

All is full of love
You just ain't receiving
All is full of love
Your phone is off the hook
All is full of love
Your doors are all shut
All is full of love

All is full of love
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You figure, throughout the ages, music has only been recorded for a relatively short period. . (about 1857) It is awesome to think that the "library" continues to grow...Can U dig it ! 
 timmus wrote:
 

The song has suddenly gone full country & western.


Only if someone gets paroled or finds their missing dog out in the barn chasing the chickens... 
I'll give it to her. She's definitely unique.
I like the music. The lyrics, meh
All is full of love
You just ain't receiving
 

The song has suddenly gone full country & western.
 pankman wrote:

Wonderful song and the best video of all time



Thanks for mentioning that video.  Wow! 
 


ziggytrix wrote:


Icelandic bitch.







HILARIOUS.



 ziggytrix wrote:


Icelandic bitch.




That GIF is the funniest thing I have ever seen on RP. I'm practically pissing myself. 
I think I’ve furnished my entire living room with her line from Ikea!
homogenic best album ever made periodt
 ziggytrix написал:


Исландская сука.


Мы будем обсуждать её национальность или творчество?
 uksminas wrote:
 
That GIF is a Suesslike racial characterization. Shame on you...You're Cancelled!
Sublimely hypnotic and beautiful.
Every time I hear Bjork, I picture a tiny Icelandic woman Kicking a much larger Asian Woman's ass!

But I do enjoy her Music...
We're understanding and lovin' Bjork as friendly siberian brothers. She is a great performancer, I mean it!
the music video is pretty cool!  One of my favorite songs from Bjork.  She is crazy but very innovative.
Probably the only Bjork that I really like. 
 ziggytrix wrote:


Takes ya back to the golden age of MySpace, dunnit?
 
All 3 weeks of it.
Takk! & Gooan Dagin!
 SmackDaddy wrote:


Still the funniest GIF ever!
 

Takes ya back to the golden age of MySpace, dunnit?
 ziggytrix wrote:


Icelandic bitch.


 

Still the funniest GIF ever!
   no es bueno  - skipping ahead.
one day all music will be made by a computer and I'll be a Zombie and my band will be....
 Paralistener wrote:
I love that kooky bitch!
 

Icelandic bitch.


 Rockit wrote:
Wow she has 2 satellite dishes on her head!
 

Her take on the Princess Leia doo.
This song always raises my spirits, thanks for playing it Bill.
I love that kooky bitch!
 gmsingh123 wrote:
Bjork's record producer: "Okay, can you give me just an inkling of what you're going to do on this take?"  Bjork: "No."

 
Love Bjork, but this is hilarious. 
Bjork's record producer: "Okay, can you give me just an inkling of what you're going to do on this take?"  Bjork: "No."
 On_The_Beach wrote:

Is baby having a tantrum?

 
Nope, just hates most music on RP (makes you wonder, dunnit?)
 eliaspace wrote:
terrible music. and [ rude BS deleted by admin ]
 
Is baby having a tantrum?
terrible music. and fuck biork
 Motolorax wrote:
Can't get enough of this magical track.

 
Yes, magical... makes me want to hear it endlessly
Can't get enough of this magical track.
{#Music} Headphones bring this track to new heights 
 fredriley wrote:

True enough - Bjork is more bonkers than a swingers club.

 
And a big thanks for that! I am glad that there are still people out there in this world who do express their unusual creativity. {#Clap}

There are much too much Donald Trump Voters out there. {#Beat}{#Frustrated}{#Iamwithstupid}{#Razz}{#Moon}

absolutely LOVE this{#Notworthy}{#Hug}
I LOVE Bjork, and this is one of my faves!{#Bounce}
thankyou for this {#Roflol}
 DaidyBoy wrote:
Astonishing video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjAoBKagWQA

Not sure it merits the comment underneath it by ChadTheStud.  Good old YouTube.

 

 
If two robots really love each other...
 fredriley wrote:

True enough - Bjork is more bonkers than a swingers club.

 
Right, more bonkers than conkers and I once had a 240'er.
 Poacher wrote:
I was only playing this cd in my car this morning and turned this particular track up super loud. 

Bjork = Splendidly bonkers = 10

 
True enough - Bjork is more bonkers than a swingers club.
Astonishing video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjAoBKagWQA

Not sure it merits the comment underneath it by ChadTheStud.  Good old YouTube.

It deserves a much higher rating, to my ears.
 Poacher wrote:
I was only playing this cd in my car this morning and turned this particular track up super loud. 

Bjork = Splendidly bonkers = 10

 
"Splendidly bonkers"—perfectly put. At least when she's on. 
Wonderful song and the best video of all time
Don't recall hearing this one.  Björk just compels one to listen.
 meauclaire wrote:
Byuck

 
That photo could give you nightmares
Byuck
it wasn't too bad, I did not dive for the psd switch as normal for Bjork
Björk ♥
 ziggytrix wrote:

I think it's the original video version, but I'm not certain.

Interestingly enough, the stripped-down version on Homogenic is not the original.  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Is_Full_of_Love)

 
It's not the album version but the "Strings" version. 
When she gets it right this woman has something very special.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/08/Bjork_-_Homogenic_album_cover.jpg/220px-Bjork_-_Homogenic_album_cover.jpghttps://img0108.popscreencdn.com/155646076_mickey-mouse-party-hat.jpg The perfect couple?
 fedtho wrote:
I could use some help here: I only know for SURE what I heard is not the original from HOMOGENIC...
Now, is it a version by Björk or a remix??
...not finding this adds a lot of value to the real thing... I'm worshipping björk, so I'm asking ;)

 
I think it's the original video version, but I'm not certain.

Interestingly enough, the stripped-down version on Homogenic is not the original.  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Is_Full_of_Love)
... can't find anything under no#1 in the grading system... bummer
 
We make babies together, Yes?
Pretty divided opinions on this one i see...

This is the only song of Björk i know and actually like.

8  
bumped 7>8
 Rockit wrote:
Wow she has 2 satellite dishes on her head!

 

..it's the Leia-squared look..
Music playing in the background, finally realized how annoyed I was and then flipped over to RP app...what a shock.  Bjork.  Blargh.
PSD
This is pretty nice.
Bobcat or Bjork?

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu7IpWHcBKk

 
Wow she has 2 satellite dishes on her head!
 ckcotton wrote:
NEVER guessed who this was....

Color me surprised 
 
still on a cloud ..ok, it's fading.. nice. I'm back. If you like surprises like this you might want to checkout Gling Glo (the album). - Jazz standards sung in Icelandic. One track in english. Unusual like Bjork, and so fascinating.
 Tippster wrote:
Just in case you missed it...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxBO28j3vug
 
Awesome. Thanks.
I could use some help here: I only know for SURE what I heard is not the original from HOMOGENIC...
Now, is it a version by Björk or a remix??
...not finding this adds a lot of value to the real thing... I'm worshipping björk, so I'm asking ;)
I was only playing this cd in my car this morning and turned this particular track up super loud. 

Bjork = Splendidly bonkers = 10
I love Bjork. This is a really nice song. Giving it a 7 for now. Thanks RP for playing such a diverse cross-section of amazing music...I've heard quite a stunning mix this morning! Bjork fits right in with the eclectica!
Just in case you missed it...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxBO28j3vug


NEVER guessed who this was....

Color me surprised 
 fredriley wrote:

That's a nice try, but probably fails as the 'o' has an umlaut over it so probably sounds like a flattened 'o', more 'byerk' than 'byork'. Not that I know owt about Icelandic, but that's the pronunciation I've heard watching Scandinavian crime series on TV. I'm sure that native Scandinavians on RP, of whom there are quite a few, could tell us how Björk is pronounced.

 
I'm not a native Scandi but I have been living in Norway for a good few years now & yes - in Norwegian at least - Björk is spelt Bjørk and the ø is pronounced like this: pucker up like you're gonna say "oooh" but instead say "ehhhh" (don't unpucker!) And yes the J is pronounced like an English Y

And in relation to johnjconn Q: What's under the moss on a tree?  A: Bjork - actually not too far removed from the truth.. Bjørk actually means Birch ;-)

 johnjconn wrote:
Q: What did one ugly girl say to the other ugly girl while hanging her head out the window of a car?
A: Bjork Bjork

Q: What's under the moss on a tree?
A: Bjork

Q: Who bores RP listerns the most?
A: Bjork
 
That's a nice try, but probably fails as the 'o' has an umlaut over it so probably sounds like a flattened 'o', more 'byerk' than 'byork'. Not that I know owt about Icelandic, but that's the pronunciation I've heard watching Scandinavian crime series on TV. I'm sure that native Scandinavians on RP, of whom there are quite a few, could tell us how Björk is pronounced.

 lkovathana wrote:
if this was playing in my car, I'd have to have the car fumigated.
 
LOL - love the song though. . . 
this is horrible ... if this was playing in my car, I'd have to have the car fumigated.

 Tippster wrote:
Needs to be linked on every page.  The song is a 7, the video a 12.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjAoBKagWQA

 
{#Yes}  though I give the song a 9

 Stingray wrote:

Thanks for sharing you have a car, Poacher.
What about a license?
  Stingray, STOP IT.  Play nice with the other kids. Just because YOU are oblivious to snarking, it doesn't mean everyone else is.  Now - get in that corner for a time-out. I mean it. 


 papaman wrote:
Wow.  There is no screaming or violent sounds.  Not bad.
 
Yeah, no growling. I like the growling. Sniff, sniff.. ;.(
 Poacher wrote:
Played this in the car the other day for the fist time in ages and said to myself at the time this is a 10. 

 
Thanks for sharing you have a car, Poacher.
What about a license?


I wait for Björk to work with Radiohead!
hypnotic song........wonderful.    Let's do dinner 

 CasaE wrote:
Come on RP.{#Frown}
 

do not be afraid...
Come on RP.{#Frown}
 Poacher wrote:
Played this in the car the other day for the fist time in ages and said to myself at the time this is a 10. 

Outstanding in so many ways. Bless Bjork for what she does. 
 
Definitely! I love the way this song builds. She has an amazing voice and, unlike many other vocalists male and female, isn't afraid to use it and go all out.

Played this in the car the other day for the fist time in ages and said to myself at the time this is a 10. 

Outstanding in so many ways. Bless Bjork for what she does. 
I'm not a bjork fan, but the video is fantastic

 
Tippster wrote:
Needs to be linked on every page.  The song is a 7, the video a 12.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjAoBKagWQA
 


 Jeff09 wrote:
I'm so glad she and I are sharing the same time period...she helps with the healing.
 
Wow.  Pretty bad, huh?  I'm glad that Bjork (or any music, for that matter!) can help.  {#Hug}Dunno your situation, but I hope you can rise above it and embrace the warmth of the sun again... {#Sunny}
I really never understood bjork
Needs to be linked on every page.  The song is a 7, the video a 12.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjAoBKagWQA

I'm so glad she and I are sharing the same time period...she helps with the healing.

In our hands by ~Par4noid
©2006-2010 ~Par4noid

It's in our hands, it always was
It's in our hands, in our hands
It's all there, in our hands
It's all there, in our hands


 plaice3 wrote:
As noted below, the video for this song is amazing.
 
Lovely vid, a Björk favourite.

Dare I say: timeless? 

I love this song and the video.  To me, it's a message....that even when you feel like unloved, worthless crap, the reality is that LOVE is there. LOVE is inside. That's why in the video, she appears to be getting it on (about to make love) with a replica of herself.  So the message is, if you really look, love is there, everywhere.
Subwoofer fans take note, this one's a hoot. ^_^
Bjork
 scraig wrote:
AHHHHHH! Blood is pouring out my ears....{#Fire}
 
Cool!! Can I collect a sample for my dungeon..er, science experiment? {#Jump}
Wow.  There is no screaming or violent sounds.  Not bad.

AHHHHHH! Blood is pouring out my ears....{#Fire}
Lyric and smooth.  I've never been a Bjork fan.  But I bought this one.  Maybe this fits my style better than her others.  Thanks RP.

r-

Tom C.
As noted below, the video for this song is amazing.
Following on from the Deep Forest "Ewok" music.... does Bjork fit in that too?

Notwithstanding the lighthearted banter, a good track from an excellent and singular artist.
 EniwaMan wrote:
My only quibble is that none of the instruments sound real, at least not the bass or drums.  I think this tune is strong enough to stand up as is, but how much better it would be if she had had a real drummer and bass player!  I'm not fundamentalist about this issue, as some people are.  This song is an example of why.  It can be done, and done well, without real instruments, but I'll never understand why so many artists make that choice. 

The original album version is less "electronic" than this video version. But in the matter of this robotic love which was shown in the video, that synthetic, but still warm and beautiful sound makes way more sense. I prefer the electronic-version for myself. Overall i like all of bjorks electro-tracks. Especially from the "Vespertine"-Album.

LOVE, SHAKTI, PRANA, LIFEFORCE, CHI, ENERGY
Wow...

This is perfect late night headphone-wearing musical escapism!
 iscoot4peace wrote:
WOw!  And I thought Princess Leia's hair was bad!
 
But, on the bright side, she can pick up 157 satellite TV stations (22 in HD) with her hair! ....Beamed directly into the cranium. Think of the savings! {#Yes}

I need to register a few more screen names so I can give this song a few more 10s!
Not a fan...
Help! My computer has been Björked!
WOw!  And I thought Princess Leia's hair was bad!
All Is Full Of Pain betsyroks wrote:
beautiful

 

Absolutely agree.
 papaman wrote:
I don't know.  She insists upon herself.  (Thank you Peter Griffin)
 
We have a lot to thank Peter Griffin for. Remember the fight with the man-sized rooster? {#Cool}
 thediceareloaded wrote:
One of the finest music videos ever made...
 

Agreed.
If you have never seen the Knifin' Around episode of Space Ghost, take 10 minutes and treat your self.

It featured Bjork and Thom York...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb5EbZIT0b4&feature=related

"Let's drink until our hearts stop!"


Man, I love this song!  When she manages to be faithful to a melody and not get too "Bjorky," she can be magical.  It helps that the melody itself is lovely, and that languid, sap-like bass line fits perfectly.  The tune barely even needs the vocals, but this case the vocals really add a lot––not always true with Bjork, in my opinion, of course.  My only quibble is that none of the instruments sound real, at least not the bass or drums.  I think this tune is strong enough to stand up as is, but how much better it would be if she had had a real drummer and bass player!  I'm not fundamentalist about this issue, as some people are.  This song is an example of why.  It can be done, and done well, without real instruments, but I'll never understand why so many artists make that choice.


I habe seen her in tv several times the last years and i dont like her new stuff! Its really crazy!  But the old things are not bad!
 bugleboy624 wrote:
I do like Bjork, but this cover art is truly hideous.
 
I strongly disagree.

One of the finest music videos ever made...
 peter_james_bond wrote:

Great comment! She's an artist creating art (in this case music).
  I don't know.  She insists upon herself.  (Thank you Peter Griffin)


 Mandible wrote:

I don't think she ever tries to be "beautiful", rather she aims to be artful and though-provoking. She doesn't need to use sex to sell her music.

 
Great comment! She's an artist creating art (in this case music).