Hackskeptic’s 500 Greatest Songs: Bjork – Human Behaviour

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305 – Bjork – Human Behaviour (1993)
Written by Bjork and Nellee Hooper
Produced by Nellee Hooper
Label – One Little Indian

Of all her singles, “Human Behaviour” stands out as one of Bjork’s most memorable recordings. The slowed down four to the floor house rhythm with bass drums beating out a jungle call, overlaid with a vocal track that dynamically displays the singer’s range as she takes the perspective of an animal studying the human emotion still sounds as vital today as it did in 1993.

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