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"Björk discography
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Björk performing at "Rock en Seine during the "Volta Tour (2007).
Studio albums 9
Compilation albums 1
Video albums 15
Music videos 46
Singles 32
Soundtrack albums 2

The Icelandic singer "Björk made her first public appearance in 1976 on Radio One, an Icelandic radio station, singing "I Love to Love". She secured a deal with a record company through which she released her first solo album, "Björk, in 1977 when she was twelve years old.

She went on to form several bands, including "Tappi Tíkarrass, "KUKL, and "The Sugarcubes, the last being the most successful. After The Sugarcubes disbanded in "1992, Björk resumed her solo career and in "1993 she released an album called "Debut. Since that album, she has been signed to "One Little Indian Records in the United Kingdom and "Polydor Records and "Universal Records in Europe and other territories. In North America she was signed with "Elektra Records and "Atlantic Records until 2007, and afterwards signed under another "Warner Music Group division, "Nonesuch Records, distributed by "Warner Bros. Records, which she remained with until 2013. The release of "Vulnicura in 2015 was handled by "Megaforce in association with "RED Distribution, a division of "Sony.

Contents

Albums[edit]

Major releases[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions "Certifications
"AUS
[1]
"AUT
[2]
"CAN
[3]
"FRA
[4][5]
"GER
[6]
"NOR
[7]
"SWE
[8]
"SWI
[9]
"UK
[10]
"US
[11]
"Björk
"Debut 10 27 40 16 24 9 2 18 3 61
"Post
  • Released: 13 June 1995
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · 2LPs · cassette · CD · DD · MD · digital download
2 13 4 6 6 4 2 5 2 32
"Homogenic
  • Released: 22 September 1997
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · 2LPs · cassette · CD · DD · MD · digital download
6 5 20 2 10 3 5 13 4 28
"Vespertine
  • Released: 27 August 2001
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · cassette · CD · DD · "DVD · digital download
9 5 2 1 3 1 7 3 8 19
"Medúlla
  • Released: 30 August 2004
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · cassette · CD · DD · DVD · 2DVDs · digital download
17 6 6 1 5 3 7 3 9 14
"Volta
  • Released: 7 May 2007
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · CD · CD/DVD · digital download
20 5 6 3 9 1 11 3 7 9
"Biophilia
  • Released: 10 October 2011
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · CD · 2CDs · "box set · digital download · "app
31 17 27 4 14 17 14 9 21 27
"Vulnicura
  • Released: 20 January 2015
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · CD · digital download
26 19 12 10 11 4 26 6 11 20
"Utopia
  • Released: 24 November 2017
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · CD · digital download
22
[25]
23 35
[26]
26 28
[27]
12 25 75
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Soundtrack albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions "Certifications
"AUS
[1]
"AUT
[2]
"FRA
[4]
"GER
[6]
"JPN
[28]
"NOR
[7]
"SWE
[8]
"SWI
[9]
"UK
[10]
"US
[11]
"Selmasongs
  • Released: 18 September 2000
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · cassette · CD · DD · digital download
54 21 4 22 17 2 12 20 34 41
"Drawing Restraint 9
  • Released: 25 July 2005
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · 2LPs · cassette · CD · DD · digital download
67 212 141
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions "Certifications
"AUS
[1]
"AUT
[2]
"BEL (WA)[30] "GER
[6]
"JPN
[28]
"SWE
[8]
"SWI
[9]
"UK
[10]
"US
[11]
"Greatest Hits
  • Released: 4 November 2002
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · cassette · CD · digital download
84 64 18 71 20 52 24 53 115

Other releases[edit]

Remix albums[edit]

Album details Notes
"The Best Mixes from the Album-debut for All the People Who Don't Buy White-labels
  • Release Date: September 1994
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · cassette · CD · digital download
"Telegram
  • Release Date: 25 November 1996
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP · 2LPs · cassette · CD · digital download
"Army of Me: Remixes and Covers
  • Release date: 2 May 2005
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: CD · digital download
  • A collection of remixes of "Army of Me". Björk selected twenty remixes from fans who put their version on her website. All proceeds went to "UNICEF in response to the "2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.[34] As of January 2006, the album had raised around £250,000.[35]
"Bastards
  • Release date: 19 November 2012
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · CD · digital download
  • The album features remixes from Biophilia previously released on The Crystalline Series and Biophilia Remix Series. The songs were remastered by Mandy Parnell.[36]
"Vulnicura Strings
  • Release date: 6 November 2015
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2LPs · CD · digital download
  • Acoustic version (without beats) of 2015's "Vulnicura.[37]
  • Full title: "Vulnicura Strings - The Acoustic Versions (Strings, Voice And Viola Organista Only)"

Live albums[edit]

Album details Notes
Celebrating Wood and Metal
  • Release date: April 1997
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Format: CD
  • A promotional CD given out freely to the members of Björk fan club in April 1997. It includes a selection of tracks from her "MTV Unplugged performance.[38]
"Debut Live
  • Release date: 14 April 2004
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: CD · digital download
  • The live albums previously included in "Live Box, released as standalone albums in 2004.[39]
"Post Live
  • Release date: 14 April 2004
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: CD · digital download
"Homogenic Live
  • Release date: 14 April 2004
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: CD · digital download
"Vespertine Live
  • Release date: 14 April 2004
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: CD · digital download
"Songs from the Volta Tour
  • Release date: 30 June 2009
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: LP/CD · CD · CD/DVD · digital download
"Björk: Biophilia Live
  • Release date: 24 November 2014
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2CDs/DVD · 2CDs/"BD · 3LPs/DVD · digital download
"Vulnicura Live
  • Release dates: 13 November 2015 (Rough Trade release), 15 July 2016 (Commercial release)
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 2CDs · 2LPs (Rough Trade release), Digital download · CD · 2LPs · box set (Commercial release)
  • Initially available exclusively through Rough Trade record shops, limited to 1000 copies per format.[47]
  • Released in a commercial form in 2016.

Box sets[edit]

Album details Notes
"Family Tree
  • Release date: 4 November 2002
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 5"Mini CDs/CD · digital download
  • Box set released concurrently with Greatest Hits. It features 5 Mini CDs with different releases, including works with "The Elgar Sisters, "KUKL and "The Sugarcubes, "B-sides and "demo versions, live unreleased performances with the Brodsky Quartet, and a CD titled Greatest Hits as Chosen by Björk, which features a different track listing from the former release.[48]
"Live Box
  • Release date: 18 August 2003
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 4CDs/DVD · digital download
  • A Box set which includes the live albums Debut Live, Post Live, Homogenic Live and Vespertine Live, along with a DVD with various TV and live performances, and a booklet featuring an interview between Björk and Ásmundur Jónsson. The four CDs were later released separately.[49]
"Surrounded
  • Release date: 27 June 2006
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Format: 7DDs
  • A limited-release box set which included the then-5 studio albums and 2 soundtrack albums released in DualDisc format. On the "CD sides, it includes the original albums, while the "DVD sides contain each album remastered in "Dolby Digital and "DTS 96/24 5.1 surround sound. The corresponding "music videos are also featured on the discs and are in "PCM 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1.[50][51]
"Voltaïc
  • Release date: 23 June 2009
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Formats: 3LPs/2CDs/2DVDs · 2CDs/2DVDs · digital download
  • A box set including various Volta-related materials: a live album recorded at Olympic Studios (Songs from the Volta Tour); a DVD (The Volta Tour live in Paris and Reykjavík) with two different performances: a show in Paris during the Volta Tour and an acoustic showcase which took place after the end of the tour in Reykjavík; a DVD with the music videos of the singles released from Volta and a CD with remixes of the songs. The live CD and DVD were issued as standalone albums.[42][52]

Collaboration albums[edit]

Album details Notes
"Gling-Gló
  • Release date: October 1990
  • Label: "Smekkleysa
  • Formats: LP · cassette · CD · digital download
"Mount Wittenberg Orca
  • Release date: 30 June 2010
  • Label: "Domino
  • Formats: digital download · CD · LP

Songs[edit]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Album
"UK
[10]
"AUS
[1]
"FRA
[55]
"GER
[56]
"IRE
[57]
"ITA "SWE
[8]
"US
[58][59]
"US
Alt

[60]
"US Dance
[61]
1993 ""Human Behaviour" 36 63 29 109 2 2 "Debut
""Venus as a Boy" 29 92 39
""Play Dead" (featuring "David Arnold) 12 65 41 18 7
""Big Time Sensuality" 17 62 88 5 1
1994 ""Violently Happy" 13 94 31 100 4
1995 ""Army of Me" 10 35 22 55 12 21 "Post
""Isobel" 23 67
""It's Oh So Quiet" 4 6 57 7 29 109
1996 ""Hyperballad" 8 31 34 1
""Possibly Maybe" 13
1997 ""I Miss You" 36 118 1
""Jóga" 70 34 37 "Homogenic
""Bachelorette" 21 95 17 23
1998 ""Hunter" 44 55
""Alarm Call" 33
1999 ""All Is Full of Love" 24 8
2001 ""Hidden Place" 21 54 20 70 24 47 "Vespertine
""Pagan Poetry" 38 106 49 20
2002 ""Cocoon" 35 74 61
""It's in Our Hands" 37 97 "Greatest Hits
2004 ""Who Is It" 26 62 26 "Medúlla
2005 ""Triumph of a Heart" 31 63 33
2007 ""Earth Intruders" 78 64 84 "Volta
""Innocence"
2008 ""Declare Independence" 68
""Wanderlust" 67
""The Dull Flame of Desire"
(featuring "Antony Hegarty)
72
""Náttúra" 102 39 Non-album singles
2010 ""The Comet Song"
2011 ""Crystalline" "Biophilia
""Cosmogony"
""Virus"
""Moon"
2017 ""The Gate" 89
[62]
"Utopia
"Blissing Me"
(solo / with serpentwithfeet)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

As featured artist[edit]

List of featured singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Album
"UK
[10]
"AUS
[1]
"IRE
[57]
1991 "Ooops" ("808 State featuring Björk) 42 143 24 "Ex:el
2011 "Surrender" ("Ólöf Arnalds featuring Björk) "Innundir skinni
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Album
"US
[58][59]
2000 ""I've Seen It All" (featuring "Thom Yorke) "Selmasongs
"New World"[63]
2004 ""Oceania" 120 "Medúlla
2005 ""Where Is the Line"
2015 ""Stonemilker" "Vulnicura
""Lionsong"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Album Artist
1983 "Afi" Örugglega Björgvin Gíslason
1987 "Jólakötturinn" Hvít er Borg og Bær Compilation
1991 "Qmart" (with 808 State) "ex:el "808 State
"Ooops" (with 808 State)
1992 "Ó Borg Mín Borg" (with "KK Band) "Sódóma Reykjavík Soundtrack
"Takk" (with þórhallur)
1993 "Opening Titles" (with "David Arnold) "The Young Americans Soundtrack
"Leaving London" (with David Arnold)
""Play Dead" (with David Arnold)
1994 "Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu" "Chansons des mers froides "Hector Zazou
1995 "Icelandic Christmas Song" How the ... Stole Christmas Compilation
1996 "Keep Your Mouth Shut" (with Tricky) "Nearly God "Tricky
"Yoga" (with Tricky)
"Nu Flyver Anton" Anton Soundtrack
""Travessia"[A] "Red Hot + Rio Compilation
1997 "Short Term Affair" (with Tony Ferrino) Phenomenon "Tony Ferrino
"My Spine" (with Evelyn Glennie) Her Greatest Hits "Evelyn Glennie
"Oxygen" (with Evelyn Glennie)
""You Only Live Twice"[A] "Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project David Arnold
"Lilith" (with Plaid) "Not for Threes "Plaid
1998 ""Gloomy Sunday" "Stormy Weather Compilation
1999 "Amphibian" "Being John Malkovich Soundtrack
2004 ""Prayer of the Heart" (with John Tavener) A Portrait "John Tavener
"Synchronicity" Hot Chocolate Soundtrack
2005 "North" Versations/Tetralogia "Gabríela Friðriksdóttir
2007 "The Boho Dance" "A Tribute to Joni Mitchell Compilation
2010 "Surrender" (with Ólöf Arnalds) "Innundir skinni "Ólöf Arnalds
"Flétta" (with Antony and the Johnsons) "Swanlights "Antony and the Johnsons
"Trance" Tribute video to "Alexander McQueen "Showstudio.com
""The Comet Song" "Moomins and the Comet Chase Soundtrack
2012 "Gotham Lullaby" Monk Mix Compilation
A Those songs were intended to be featured on the corresponding albums, but were ultimately unreleased and leaked online.

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist Role(s) Album
1982 "Við" "Bergþóra Árnadóttir
  • Shaker
Bergmál
1987 "Við Birkiland" "Megas
  • Background vocals
"Loftmynd
"Björg"
"Plastpokablús"
"Skúli Fógeti"
"Á horninu"
"Ástarsaga"
"Magister Lyngdal"
"Nótt"
"það sem best er"
"Börn í borg"
"Reykjavíkurnætur"
"Filahirðirinn frá Súrin"
1988 "Drukknuð Börn" "Höfuðlausnir
"Tæblús"
"(Borðið þér) Orma frú Norma"
"Borgarblús"
"Drengirnir í Bangkok"
"Í Öskjuhlíð"
"Aðeins eina Nótt"
"Álafossúlpan"
"Litla Stúlkan með Eldspýturnar"
"Telpurnar í Bangkok"
"(Öskjuhliðarendi) Homage á Paden Powel"
1990 "Pæklaðar Plómur" "Hættuleg hljómsveit & glæpakvendið Stella
"Greip & Eplasafi"
"Ekki Heiti Ég Elísabet"
"Ungfrú Reykjavík"
"Söngur Um Ekkert"
"Styrjaldarminni"
"Hafmeyjarblús"
"Svefn er Allt Sem Þarf"
"Söngur um Ekkineitt"
"World Collapse" Bless Gums
"Younder"
1991 "Falling" "Current 93 and "Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson Island
1994 ""Bedtime Story" "Madonna
  • Songwriter
"Bedtime Stories
1995 "Party Town (The Groove of Hafnir City)" "HAM
  • Keyboards
  • Composer
  • Producer
Dauður Hestur
"Sodoma Theme"
"Animalia"
"On the Run Again"
1996 "Stressed Out" (Married to the Mob Mix) "A Tribe Called Quest
  • Remixer
""Stressed Out"
"Stressed Out" (Dandelions Mix)
"Stressed Out" (Say Dip Mix)
2003 "Cabin in the Sky" "Matmos
  • Celesta
"The Civil War
2006 "Roses and Teeth for Ludwig Wittgenstein"
  • Interpreter
"The Rose Has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast
2014 "Up My Sleeves" "Death Grips
  • Found object
    (vocal samples)
"The Powers That B
"Billy Not Really"
"Black Quarterback"
"Say Hey Kid"
"Have a Sad Cum"
"Fuck Me Out"
"Voila"
"Big Dipper"

Videos[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director Album
1993 ""Human Behaviour" "Michel Gondry "Debut
""Venus as a Boy" "Sophie Muller
""Play Dead" "Danny Cannon
""Big Time Sensuality" "Stéphane Sednaoui
1994 ""Violently Happy" "Jean-Baptiste Mondino
1995 ""Army of Me" "Michel Gondry "Post
""Isobel"
""It's Oh So Quiet" "Spike Jonze
1996 ""Hyperballad" "Michel Gondry
""Possibly Maybe" Stéphane Sednaoui
1997 ""I Miss You" "John Kricfalusi
""Jóga" "Michel Gondry "Homogenic
""Bachelorette"
1998 ""Hunter" Paul White
""Alarm Call" "Alexander McQueen
1999 ""All Is Full of Love" "Chris Cunningham
2001 ""Hidden Place" "M/M Paris,
"Inez and Vinoodh
"Vespertine
""Pagan Poetry" "Nick Knight
2002 ""Cocoon" "Eiko Ishioka
""It's in Our Hands" "Spike Jonze "Greatest Hits
"Nature Is Ancient" Lynn Fox "Family Tree
2004 ""Oceania" "Medúlla
""Who Is It" "Dawn Shadforth
2005 ""Triumph of a Heart" "Spike Jonze
""Where Is the Line" "Gabríela Friðriksdóttir
2007 ""Earth Intruders" "Michel Ocelot "Volta
""Innocence" Fred & Annabelle[A]
""Declare Independence" "Michel Gondry
2008 ""Wanderlust" (available in 2D and 3D) Encyclopedia Pictura
""The Dull Flame of Desire" Christoph Jantos,
Masahiro Mogari and
Marçal Cuberta Junca[B]
2010 ""The Comet Song" "Maria Lindberg "Biophilia
2011 ""Crystalline" "Michel Gondry
""Moon" Björk, "Inez and Vinoodh,
M/M Paris and
James Merry
2012 "Hollow" "Drew Berry
""Mutual Core" "Andrew Thomas Huang
2015 ""Lionsong" "Inez and Vinoodh "Vulnicura
"Family" "Andrew Thomas Huang
""Stonemilker"
"Black Lake"
"Mouth Mantra" Jesse Kanda
2016 "Notget VR" "Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones
"Quicksand VR" Dentsu Lab Tokyo
"Family VR"[C] "Andrew Thomas Huang, "Björk, James Merry
2017 "Notget"[D] "Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones
""The Gate" "Andrew Thomas Huang "Utopia
"Blissing Me" "Tim Walker and Emma Dalzell
"Utopia" "Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones
"Arisen My Senses" Jesse Kanda
A Winners of the "Innocence" music video contest[64]
B Entrants of the "Innocence" music video contest[65]
C Indicates the virtual reality music video of Family which follows the moving album cover previously made by Andrew Thomas Huang[66]
D Indicates the non-virtual reality music video of Notget which follows the VR video directed by the same contributors [67]

Other videos[edit]

Year Song Director Notes
2000 ""I've Seen It All" "Floria Sigismondi Web Animation for an "MTV Promotion
2003 ""Unravel" Lynn Fox 2003's Greatest Hits Tour backdrops
"Pluto"
"It's in Our Hands" (Soft Pink Truth Mix)
"Desired Constellation"[C]
"Nameless" (aka "Storm")
2011 "Thunderbolt" (live) Thirtytwo Live performance from the "MIF
C Also included in "The Medúlla Videos

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