The tracklist is as follows:
01. Human behaviour (directed by Michel Gondry)
02. Venus as a boy (Sophie Muller)
03. Play dead (Danny Cannon)
04. Big time sensuality (Stéphane Sednaoui)
05. Violently happy (Jean-Baptiste Mondino)
06. Army of me (Michel Gondry)
07. Isobel (Michel Gondry)
08. It's oh so quiet (Spike Jonze)
09. Hyperballad (Michel Gondry)
10. Possibly maybe (Stéphane Sednaoui)
11. I miss you (John Kricfalusi)
12. Joga (Michel Gondry)
13. Bachelorette (Michel Gondry)
14. Hunter (Paul White)
All tracks above is also available on the old Volumen.
The soundquality is 2.0 PCM (stereo).
15. Alarm call (Directed by Alexander McQueen - 2.0 PCM)
16. All is full of love (Chris Cunningham - 2.0 PCM)
17. Hidden place (Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin & M/M (Paris) - 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround sound)
18. Pagan poetry (Nick Knight - 5.1)
19. Cocoon (Eiko Ishioka - 5.1)
20. It's in our hands (Spike Jonze - 2.0 PCM)
21. Nature is ancient (LynnFox - 2.0 PCM)
The last 7 tracks is also available on a new dvd called "Volumen+", ment to all of those, who already owns the old Volumen.
I had hoped that all tracks was remixed in DD 5.1, but at least the 2.0 PCM have a high quality, so if you're concidering buying this dvd instead of her greatest hits cd, the sound is no obstacle.
Enjoy! (the hardcore and the gentle)
However, the quality of the videos is breathtaking, with directors such as Michel Gondry, Chris Cunningham and Spike Jonze all capturing the spirit of Bjork's beautiful music with much grace and aplomb.
And that is the bottom line. If you like Bjork's music you'll probably welcome a visual interpretation of songs like Possibly Maybe and Joga. If not - well, like I said, you should.
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