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Bjork, 41, describes “Volta” as “techno voodoo,” “pagan,” “tribal” and “extroverted.




Audio Bjork on the Tribal Aspects of "Volta" (mp3)
Audio Music Excerpt: "Wanderlust" (mp3)

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/29/arts/music/29pare.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

an album that mingles programmed beats, free-jazz drumming, somber brass ensembles, African music, a Chinese lute and Bjork’s ever-volatile voice. It’s a 21st-century assemblage of the computerized and the handmade, the personal and the global. “This relentless restlessness liberates me,” Bjork sings in “Wanderlust,” which she calls the album’s manifesto. “I feel at home whenever the unknown surrounds me.”

Drawing Restraint 9,” a film by her husband, the multimedia artist Matthew Barney; she said she heard more possibilities than she could use in the film. “Volta” also rejoins her, in some songs, with a big beat. “It’s like I’ve got my body back, all the muscles and all the blood and all the bones,” she said. “It is definitely in your face, but I feel it overall as being quite happy.”

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