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Biophilia

Bjork

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1.1
Moon
Bjork
5:44
1.2
Thunderbolt
Bjork
5:17
1.3
Dark Matter
Bjork
3:26
1.4
Hollow
Bjork
5:52
1.5
Virus
Bjork
5:25
1.6
Sacrifice
Bjork
4:42
1.7
Mutual Core
Bjork
5:14
1.8
Solstice
Bjork
4:30
1.9
Crystalline
Bjork
5:10
1.10
Cosmogony
Bjork
4:59
1.11
Hollow (Original Extended Version)
Bjork
7:00
1.12
Dark Matter (With Choir & Organ)
Bjork
3:26
1.13
Nattura
Bjork
5:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:29
"An amazing, inventive and wholly unique eighth album from an artist without peer."
- BBC Music

Biophilia is the eighth studio album by Icelandic singer Björk. It was released on 5 October 2011, by One Little Indian Records and distributed by Nonesuch Records in North America and by Universal Music Group in the rest of the world. Björk composed it as a concept album during the 2008–2011 Icelandic financial crisis, exploring the links between nature, music and technology.

Billed as the first "app album", Biophilia is a multimedia project released alongside a series of apps linking the album's themes to musicology concepts. It was followed by a series of educational workshops in four continents.
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