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Pagan Poetry / Domestica / Batabid Single, Import, Maxi


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 13 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import, Maxi
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • ASIN: B00005REOT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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By selim on Oct. 18 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, the song 'Pagan Poetry' is impressive especially
the vocals on last part.Also ,when I first listened the song
'Domestica' I was charmed.I've listened over and over and i've
not been sated ,yet.The other track 'Batabit'is another
gem in this record.As the oher Bjork singles it is
will be an unique piece for collectors.
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By A Customer on Feb. 26 2003
Format: Audio CD
This single is my favorite out of all the Björk singles that I own. The b-sides on this single reach out and grab you, I can't believe I hadn't heard domestica before. I started to play and I was wondering myself "where did I put my keys...they're not in my pocket." Some of the things that Björk does can be described by no other means than cute. Domestica holds a very cute moment in Björk's recording career. Buy this you will not be disappointed.
By the way Batabid is a very relaxing instrumental makes you wonder why Björk left Mark Bell from the homogenic days. Very good.
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Pagan Poetry is fantastic, Domestica is CUTE and Batabid is beautiful. What more do you need to know? BUY NOW!
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I own about 60 Björk/related CDs including all of her single-released nonalbum tracks. I have raw bootleg cuts of Björk singing in grade school, icelandic carols, and old Sugarcubes demo covers -- you get my point. (With the exception of her tiny bits on Tricky's "Nearly God" album), "Domestika" and "Batabid" on this single are the most NONessential Björkisms in my collection yet. DOMESTIKA is a too easily-constructed, repetitive jingle featuring Björk capriciously singing "Oh, where I'd put my keys?!" over and over again. The old "My Spine" spontaneously created with Evelyn Glennie a few years ago was of infinitely better composition, if that is any indication. BATABID is an instrumental quickie (again, pure repetition of a few simple notes). It's the first of all her instrumental pieces I've dismissed as a complete throw away. Is this single a joke? I was surprised because quite frankly I'm used to hearing very high quality in all her b-sides. Björk spent a little too much time worrying about how to flaunt her nudity and choose the angle for belly-piercing in her latest video than working on extra music to make a 'pagan poetry-part two' single release justifiable. I give it 0.6 stars above 'poor' because her voice would sound good reading the dictionary! Not everything she releases is golden. A sad waste of plastic.
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This is one of my favourite CDs, and [as usual for our hero], is wonderful, and brilliant. The b-sides are essential, the relaxing and sweet Batabid, which sounds like sun setting by a lagoon on a calm summer evening, and the remarkably sweet and indescribably genius and charming Domestica, which seems to truly epitomize everyhting domestic, and is about...well you'll just have to see when you buy it!
{It's a must!:)
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