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Volumen


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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Warner Music
  • Release Date: Oct. 26 1999
  • Run Time: 64 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00000ICY6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #104,090 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Morelli on Aug. 28 2003
Format: DVD
I bought this DVD for many reasons. One reason is because I wanted to see Bjork's videos. I have never seen a full Bjork Video, ever since I heard of her. She's got this great sound, which pulls me deeper and deeper into her music, but I haven't had a good visual interpretation of her.
So, I took the chance and bought the DVD. I'm happy to say that this collection of videos is amazing! The clarity in the picture, the sound, the editing, and the choice of videos is excellent.
Bjork hasn't changed that much. Video #1 (Human Behavior) is so cute and she seems to be really innocent. But in others like "Possibly Maybe", "Play Dead", "Pagan Poetry" and "Hunter"...they are all so different. Bjork never looks the same way twice. She's such a chameleon, and she's really pretty too! I love her facial expressions, which do happen to bring out a hidden beauty about her.
I think my favourite video of all, is the one for "Possibly Maybe". This song in general is so dramatic, and I love the lyrics. The image of her floating in the screen with big hair is so lovely! The way they made her up in 6 different ways, and the lighting effects they used for the background is all really stunning! I love the way they gave her the puffed up hair, when she gets to the "Electric shocks...i love them..." part. Her makeup is so dramatic, and I have never looked at her as an image of beauty until now.
The entire DVD is quite long, considering there are some really short DVDs out there. But this one is perfect. It's like a real long story, and each song is a new chapter.
This is the tracklist and a little thought on each one:
Human Behavior: I like seeing her in a remote scene like this.
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Having bought Volumen on VHS, I didn't feel too cheated when I bought Greatest Hits on DVD, even though most of the material was the same. I'm sure that some fans would have liked some interviews, a la Vessel, but this is a tremendous amount of music on one DVD, so it's hard to complain.
Looking back on this retrospective, I realize how much the "cute factor" was employed early on. Cute, as in "oh, Bjork looks cute cooking an egg, or look at her eat that slice of watermelon." Not to say that Venus as a Boy or Possibly Maybe were bad videos. The one video that has weathered the worst, in my mind, is Violently Happy. Basically, it's one big euro-trash cliche, by a director that had much greater success with Madonna. I understand the whole insane-asylum concept, but cutting up a teddy bear, and shaving your heard, and clipping Raggedy Ann is too cliched for me.
The first really good video is Army of Me. We must be thankful that this wasn't released post-9/11...I can only think of how the conservative right would have had a field day with this. This was a dark moment in Bjork's life (yes, she b@#^h slapped that reporter). It's interesting how she saves an Asian man...
I can't help but feel that there's a political message there.
Another fantastic video is Isobel, with its sepia tones. Wonderful concept.
From her third album, Joga is kind of a downer, not enough Bjork in there, but Bachelorette and Hunter are superb, especially Hunter, with Bjork unleashing her inner animal. I was blown away the first time I saw it. The main draw from this period, though is All is Full of Love. Someone I know says its disturbing, because underneath our skin we are just bones, not too different from the half-assembled robots in the video.
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Although I am not a big fan of Bjork's music, her videos have always blown me away. This collection is a must-have for anyone who's remotely interested in creative film making. The styles are widely varied, yet all fit with the music. Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze and Chris Cunningham are among the directors featured here, and they do their best work with Bjork - probably because her prodigious talent and uninhibited energy bring out the best in anyone she meets. She is a unique spirit and an extraordinary talent, surrounding herself with the best music directors in the world. No special features on this one, but her music and performances say everything.
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By M. Neal on Jan. 6 2004
Format: DVD
Whether you're a new Bjork listener or a devoted fan, you're going to be pleased. This is one of the best video collections I own. In fact, of all the videos, there is only one I didn't enjoy: Play Dead. Everything else on here is really, really good. I especially enjoy the later videos like Cocoon, It's in Our Hands, Hunter, and All is Full of Love. Some of the earlier videos by Michael Gondry are somewhat dated, but charming. Highly reccomended.
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Bjork is a terrific artist, she is unique and she created in her carreer, a style, a genre ! Everything she tried, became a jewel.Mixing simplicity and complexity, image and sound, she is like a movie director. Bjork I love you :) And this DVD is an excellent gift for all your fans. Thanks for your amazing personality, creativity and your unforgettable art.
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Bjork, like Madonna, is one of the rare artists who really makes the most of the music video medium. Instead of creating disposable promos, Bjork's videos are performance art pieces, as captivating and experimental as anything you might see in an art gallery. She has a knack for teaming with wonderful directors who share her vision and pioneering spirit. Some highlights of this stunning collection include "Human Behavior" (a playful, surreal fairy tale by Michael Gondry), It's Oh So Quiet (a post-modern musical extravaganza by Spike Jones), "I Miss You" (an animated wonderland by the artists behind Ren & Stimpy) and "All Is Full of Love" (a cybersexual saga by Chris Cunningham). This collection is a must-have for any true Bjork fan.
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