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Possibly Maybe Pt.3 Import, Maxi, Single


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1. Big Time Sensuality (Plaid Remix)
2. Visur Vatnsenda-Rosu
3. Possibly Maybe (Live)
4. Hyperballad (Over The Edge Mix) (Live)

Product Description

BJORK Possibly Maybe (1996 Part 3 of 3 UK limited edition 4-track CD single including Live Version Big Time Sensuality [Plaid Remix] Visur Vatnsenda-Rosu & Hyperballad [Over The Edge Mix Live] housed in a card picture sleeve 193TP7CDT)

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
very good July 24 2001
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I really enjoyed this cd; Despite the fact that there is only one new song on the disc, the remixes are very unique. The plaid mix of Big Time Sensuality is very upbeat, with a completely different techno beat, and a different recording of Bjork singing than on Debut. Visur Vatnesenda Rosu is completely in Icelandic, and Bjork sings almost mournfully;I believe the song has a beautiful oboe solo; it is a very sad and low key song. I think it is worth it to buy the cd just for those two standouts.

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