Friday, 27 June 2014

Björk - Live @ Roskilde Festival, Denmark, July, 8th (08-07-2012) (Incomplete Youtube Rip's) - [AAC-M4A]







AAC-M4A download link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/3qtlo7w8g8ln4ed/Live_[2012]_@_Roskilde_Festival,_Denmark,_July,_8th_(08-07-2012)_[Incomplete_Youtube_Rip's_AAC-M4A].rar - Setlist:
01. Cosmogony (Missing)
02. Hunter (Missing)
03. Thunderbolt (Missing)
04. Moon (Missing)
05. Hidden Place (Missing)
06. Crystalline *
07. Virus (Missing)
08. Isobel *
09. Jóga (Missing)
10. Mouth’s Cradle (Missing)
11. Hollow (Missing)
12. Pagan Poetry (Missing)
13. Mutual Core (Missing)
14. Pluto (Missing)
15. Náttúra (Missing)
Encore: 
16. One Day (Missing)
17. Declare Independence *
"we have to document these tours"
Review:


Björk Serenades Denmark in Giant Worm Dress !! 


(...)She’s the pop star who makes Lady Gaga look like she shops at Loehmann’s. Icelandic art-rocker Björk, 46, commanded the headliner spot at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival this weekend, emerging onstage encased in a tangle of black, worm-like tubing. The dress was the creation of Dutch avant-garde fashion designer Iris van Herpen. A multi-colored hawk’s nest of a wig was perched atop her spritely features, now showing some age._ (...) Hollywood reporter

Björk snakes it all about in Denmark

(...)And she spectacularly lived up to her oddball reputation at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark yesterday. The Icelandic visionary turned up for her headline gig in a frock adorned with strange robotic-looking snakes. She teamed the slithery number with a hairdo that would scare off most living reptiles, opting for a multi-coloured barnet. It’s the kind of hairdo that can only usually be achieved by placing one’s finger into a plug socket. But it was her ‘dress’ that truly caught attention, evoking memories of the wacky swan outfit that she wore to the Oscars in 2001._ (...) The Sun


CD cover curtsy of benjicoq. pictures curysy of www.bjork.fr + https://www.flickr.com/photos/leroe24/

made from youtube rips + re-encoded to AAC-M4A [superiour björklossless sound] by
http://gudmundsdottirbjork.blogspot.com/

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