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Human Behaviour: Bjork - The Stories Behind Every Song Paperback – 1 Aug 2002
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About the Author
Ian Gittins has been writing about Bjork for over a decade, as a music journalist for publications including Melody Maker, Q, the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, New York Times and a host of international and digital publications. Based in London, he now contributes interview features for the Guardian and Q and is a part-time consultant music editor for Carlton Books.
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The book does exactly what you would expect, and is a must for all Björk fans. Writing abjectively though, I feel four stars is fair because the book is not exactly designed to appeal to anyone who is indifferent or unkeen on Ms. Guðmundsdóttir. It can be a little biased in places as well.
Covering everything from pre-Sugarcubes to Vespertine (the book is a 2002 publication), and everything inbetween, this is a great read for those who have followed Björk and have loved her different, varied and interesting career.