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I much prefer Bjork when she's accessible like on B, rather than her more "worthy" gear.
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I don't mind that Bjork song, but if I'm choosing, then I'm choosing Portishead.
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Good match! This is one of my fave Portishead-tracka but there is something irresistible about Big Time Sensuality that makes it difficult to vote for it immediately...Bjork's clip had a great vibe like AC/DC's It's A Long Way To The Top If You Want To Rock 'n Roll-video so I let that decide....
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I've always been able to 'appreciate' Portishead more than really love them, and A is really no different. What I hear is intriguing and something I should like, but which feels very distant to me. B is probably one of Björk's most dated moments in her 90s output, but there's a liveliness to it that I can really get behind.