List of songs recorded by Björk

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Björk performing in Victoria Park, London during her Utopia Tour (2018)

Icelandic singer and songwriter Björk has recorded more than one hundred songs for nine studio albums, two soundtrack albums, a compilation album, five remix albums and two collaboration albums. She is the sole writer and producer of most of the songs included in her albums. She also sometimes plays instruments during her recording sessions. Moreover, she has provided credited and uncredited contributions on songs recorded by other artists, including background vocals, songwriting, remixing and production.

After enrolling at the Barnamúsíkskóli in Reykjavík, she started developing an interest in writing and performing. A recording of her rendition of Tina Charles' 1976 song "I Love to Love", sung when she was 10 years old, led to the signing of a record deal with Fálkinn. Her first eponymous solo release (1977), nowadays considered juvenilia, consisted of cover songs. Nonetheless, the album included her first composition, "Jóhannes Kjarval". Thereafter, Björk ventured into music bands experiences, singing as the lead voice of groups like Tappi Tíkarrass, Kukl, The Elgar Sisters and, most notably, The Sugarcubes. While recording with The Sugarcubes, Björk appeared as a background vocalist for fellow artists like Megas, Current 93 and Bless, and some of her original music was included in local music compilations. In 1990 she released Gling-Gló alongside Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar, a cover album of Jazz standards.

In 1993, after departing from The Sugarcubes, Björk released her first solo album, Debut, which propelled her to international stardom. The album was followed by a series of critically acclaimed recordings, including Post (1995), Homogenic (1997), Vespertine (2001), Medúlla (2004), Volta (2007), Biophilia (2011), Vulnicura (2015), and Utopia (2017). All of her albums were released under One Little Indian Records. Björk has collaborated with a number of artists and songwriters throughout her career, including Nellee Hooper, Sjón, Mark Bell, Anohni and Arca.

Björk's recorded output also encompasses songs recorded for motion pictures. She have composed theme songs for The Young Americans (1993), Anton (1996), Being John Malkovich (1999) and Hot Chocolate (2005). Most notably, she created the soundtrack for Dancer in the Dark (2000), directed by Lars von Trier, while also acting as the main protagonist in the film itself, a role which gained her the Best Actress Award at the 53rd Cannes Film Festival, whereas her song "I've Seen It All" received a nomination at the 73rd Academy Awards for Best Original Song. Björk reprised double duty as main actress and composer for Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9, for which she recorded an eponymous soundtrack (2005). Her latest contribution for a film is "The Comet Song", recorded for Moomins and the Comet Chase (2010).

During the course of her career, Björk's songs and composition were nominated for several music awards. She has received five BRIT Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards and fourteen Grammy Awards nominations. In 2010, the Royal Swedish Academy of Music awarded her with the prestigious Polar Music Prize, considered the equivalent of the "Nobel Prize of Music" in Sweden, praising "her deeply personal music and lyrics, her precise arrangements and her unique voice".[1][2] In 2017, Björk released her first song book, titled 34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste, which features a selection of arrangements for songs belonging to her catalogue.

Songs[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
Song released as a featured artist single Indicates single release as a featured artist
Name of song, performing artists, writers, originating albums, and year released.
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Album(s) Year Ref(s).
"107 Steps"
[note 1]
Björk with
Siobhan Fallon
Björk
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[4]
"5 Years" Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
[6]
"Aeroplane" Björk Björk Debut 1993 [7]
[8]
"Afí" Björgvin Gíslason
featuring Björk Guðmundsdóttir
Björgvin Gíslason
Bjartmar Guđlaugsson
Örugglega 1983 [9]
[10]
"Alarm Call" dagger Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
"Álfur Út Ur Hól"
[note 2]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir John Lennon
Paul McCartney

Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"All Is Full of Love" dagger Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
[12]
"All Neon Like" Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
[13]
"All We Are"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"Alta Mira"
[note 4]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir Edgar Winter
Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"Ambergris March" Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[17]
"Amphibian"
[note 5]
Björk Björk Being John Malkovich
"Cocoon"
1999
2002
[18]
[19]
"An Echo, a Stain" Björk Björk
Guy Sigsworth
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[21]
"Ancestors"
[note 6]
Björk Björk
Tagaq
Medúlla 2004 [22]
[23]
"Antarctic Return" Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[24]
"Arabadrengurinn" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Sævar Árnason
Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"Arisen My Senses" dagger Björk Björk
Arca
Utopia 2017 [25]
"Army of Me" dagger
[note 7]
Björk Björk
Graham Massey
Post 1995 [26]
[27]
[28]
"Ástartöfrar" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Valdimar Auðunsson Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Atlantic" Björk Björk "Human Behaviour" 1993 [30]
"Atom Dance" Björk with
Anohni
Björk
Oddný Eir Ævarsdóttir
Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[32]
"Aurora" Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[33]
"Bachelorette" dagger Björk Björk
Sjón
Homogenic 1997 [5]
[34]
"Baenin"
[note 8]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir Melanie Safka
Kolbrún Jónsdóttir
Björk 1977 [11]
"Batabid" Björk Björk "Pagan Poetry" 2001 [35]
[36]
"Bath" Björk Björk
Akira Rabelais
Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[37]
"Beautiful Mother"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"Bella Símamær" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Mark Fontenoy
Loftur Guðmundsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Big Time Sensuality" dagger Björk Björk
Nellee Hooper
Debut 1993 [7]
[38]
"Bílavísur"
[note 9]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Jack Holmes
Jón Sigurðsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Black Lake" Björk Björk Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[39]
"Blissing Me" dagger
[note 10]
Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
[40]
"Body Memory" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Börnin Viđ Tjörnina" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Jenni Jónsson Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Brestir Og Brak" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Jón Múli Árnason
Jónas Árnason
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Búkolla"
[note 11]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir Stevie Wonder
Syreeta Wright
Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"Cetacea" Björk Matthew Barney
Björk
Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[41]
"Charlene" Björk Björk
Ken Downie
Ed Handley
Andy Turner
"Isobel" 1995 [42]
[43]
"Claimstaker" Björk Björk
Arca
Utopia 2017 [25]
"Cocoon" dagger Björk Björk
Thomas Knak
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[44]
"Come to Me" Björk Björk Debut 1993 [7]
[45]
"Cosmogony" dagger Björk Björk
Sjón
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[47]
"Courtship" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Cover Me" Björk Björk Post 1995 [26]
[48]
"Crying" Björk Björk
Nellee Hooper
Debut 1993 [7]
[49]
"Crystalline" dagger Björk Björk Biophilia 2011 [46]
[50]
"Cvalda" Björk with
Catherine Deneuve
Björk
Mark Bell
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[51]
"Dark Matter" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[52]
"Declare Independence" dagger
[note 12]
Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Volta 2007 [53]
[54]
"Desired Constellation" Björk Björk
Olivier Alary
Medúlla 2004 [22]
[55]
"Domestica" Björk Björk "Pagan Poetry" 2001 [35]
[56]
"Earth Intruders" dagger Björk Björk
Timbaland
Danja
Volta 2007 [53]
[57]
"Ég Veit Ei Hvađ Skal Segja"
[note 13]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Larry Coleman
Joe Darion
Norman Gimbel
Loftur Guðmundsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Enjoy" Björk Björk
Tricky
Post 1995 [26]
[58]
"Family" Björk Björk
Arca
Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[59]
"Features Creatures" Björk Björk
Sarah Hopkins
Utopia 2017 [25]
"Flétta" Antony and the Johnsons
featuring Björk
Anohni
Björk
Swanlights 2010 [60]
"Foot Soldier" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
"Hidden Place" 2001 [61]
"Frosti" Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[62]
"Fúsi Hreindýr" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Björgvin Gíslason
Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"Future Forever" Björk Björk
Arca
Utopia 2017 [25]
"Generous Palmstroke" Björk Björk
Zeena Parkins
"Hidden Place" 2001 [63]
[64]
"Gling Gló" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Alfreð Clausen
Kristín Engilbertsdóttir
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Gloomy Sunday"
[note 14]
Björk Rezső Seress
Sam M. Lewis
Stormy Weather 1998 [65]
[66]
"Glóra" Björk Björk "Big Time Sensuality" 1993 [67]
[68]
"Gotham Lullaby"
[note 15]
Björk with
the Brodsky Quartet
Meredith Monk Monk Mix: Remixes and Interpretations of Music by Meredith Monk 2012 [69]
"Gratitude"
[note 16]
Björk Matthew Barney
Björk
Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[70]
"Harm of Will" Björk Björk
Guy Sigsworth
Harmony Korine
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[71]
"Headphones" Björk Björk
Tricky
Post 1995 [26]
[72]
"Heirloom" Björk Björk
Console
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[73]
"Hidden Place" dagger Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[74]
"Himnaför" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Björgvin Hólm Björk 1977 [11]
"History of Touches" Björk Björk Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[75]
"Hollow" Björk Björk Biophilia 2011 [46]
[76]
"Holographic Entrypoint"
[note 17]
Björk Matthew Barney Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[77]
"Hope" Björk Björk
Timbaland
Volta 2007 [53]
[78]
"Human Behaviour" dagger
[note 18]
Björk Björk
Nellee Hooper
Debut 1993 [7]
[79]
"Hunter" dagger Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
[80]
"Hunter Vessel" Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[81]
"Hyperballad" dagger Björk Björk Post 1995 [26]
[82]
"I Can’t Help Loving That Man"
[note 19]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Oscar Hammerstein II
Jerome Kern
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Í Dansi Með þér"
[note 20]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Pablo Beltrán Ruiz
Þorsteinn Sveinsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"I Go Humble" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
"Isobel" 1995 [42]
[83]
"I Miss You" dagger
[note 21]
Björk Björk
Howie B
Post 1995 [26]
[84]
"I Remember You"
[note 22]
Björk Johnny Mercer
Victor Schertzinger
"Venus as a Boy" 1993 [85]
[86]
"I See Who You Are" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Volta 2007 [53]
[87]
"I've Seen It All" ‡
[note 23]
Björk with
Thom Yorke
Björk
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[88]
"Immature" Björk Björk Homogenic 1997 [5]
[89]
"In the Musicals"
[note 24]
Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[90]
"Innocence" dagger Björk Björk
Timbaland
Danja
Volta 2007 [53]
[91]
"Isobel" dagger Björk Björk
Marius de Vries
Nellee Hooper
Sjón
Post 1995 [26]
[92]
"It's in Our Hands" dagger Björk Björk Greatest Hits 2002 [93]
[94]
"It's Not Up to You" Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[95]
"It's Oh So Quiet" dagger
[note 25]
Björk Bert Reisfeld
Hans Lang
Post 1995 [26]
[96]
"Jóga" dagger Björk Björk
Sjón
Homogenic 1997 [5]
[97]
"Jóhannes Kjarval" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Björk Björk 1977 [11]
"Jólakötturinn"
[note 26]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir Jóhannes úr Kötlum Hvít er Borg og Bær 1987 [10]
"Jólasveinar"
[note 27]
Björk Traditional How the ... Stole Christmas 1995 [98]
"Karvel" Björk Björk
Graham Massey
"I Miss You" 1997 [99]
[100]
"Kata Rokkar" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Theodór Einarsson Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Keep Your Mouth Shut"
[note 28]
Tricky featuring
Björk
Tricky
Björk
Nearly God 1996 [101]
[102]
"Komið"
[note 29]
Björk Björk Medúlla (Bonus track) 2004 [22]
[103]
"Leaving London" David Arnold with
Björk
David Arnold The Young Americans 1993 [104]
"Like Someone in Love"
[note 30]
Björk Johnny Burke
Jimmy Van Heusen
Debut 1993 [7]
[105]
"Lilith" Plaid featuring
Björk
Plaid
Björk
Not for Threes 1997 [106]
[107]
"Lionsong" ‡ Björk Björk Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[108]
"Litli Tónlistarmadurinn" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Jack Holmes
Jón Sigurðsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Losss" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Luktar-Gvendur" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Nat Simon
Eiríkur Eiríksson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Miðvikudags" Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
[109]
"Moon" dagger Björk Björk
Damian Taylor
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[110]
"Mother Heroic" Björk Björk
E. E. Cummings
Guy Sigsworth
"Hidden Place" 2001 [61]
[111]
"Mouth Mantra" Björk Björk Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[112]
"Mouth’s Cradle"
[note 31]
Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
"Músastiginn" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Björgvin Gíslason Björk 1977 [11]
"Mutual Core" Björk Björk Biophilia 2011 [46]
[113]
"My Juvenile" Björk with
Anohni
Björk Volta 2007 [53]
[114]
"My Snare"
"Nature Is Ancient"
[note 32]
Björk Björk
Mark Bell
"Bachelorette" 1997 [115]
[116]
[117]
[118]
"My Spine"
[note 33]
Björk featuring
Evelyn Glennie
Björk
Evelyn Glennie
"It's Oh So Quiet"
Telegram
1995
1996
[119]
[120]
[121]
"Náttúra" dagger
[note 34]
Björk Björk N/A 2008 [122]
[123]
[124]
"New World" ‡ Björk Björk
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[125]
"No Embrace"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"North"
[note 35]
Gabríela Friðriksdóttir
featuring Björk
Björk Versations/Tetralogía 2005 [126]
"Notget" Björk Björk
Arca
Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[127]
"Nu Flyver Anton" Björk Jakob Gislason
Björk
Anton 1995 [128]
[129]
"Ó Borg, Mín Borg" KK with
Björk
KK
Björk
Sódóma Reykjavík 1992 [10]
"Ocean"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"Oceania" ‡
[note 36]
Björk Björk
Sjón
Medúlla 2004 [22]
[130]
"Óliver" Björk Guðmundsdóttir Jóhann Helgason
Björgvin Hólm
Björk 1977 [11]
"Öll Birtan" Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
"On and Ever Onward"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"One Day" Björk Björk Debut 1993 [7]
[131]
"Ooops" Hash-tag 808 State featuring
Björk
808 State
Björk
Ex:el 1991 [132]
[133]
[10]
"Opening Titles" David Arnold with
Björk
David Arnold The Young Americans 1993 [104]
"Overture" Björk Björk Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[134]
"Oxygen" Evelyn Glennie
featuring Björk
Björk
Evelyn Glennie
Her Greatest Hits 1997 [135]
"Pabbi Minn"
[note 37]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Paul Burkhard
Þorsteinn Sveinsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Pagan Poetry" dagger Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[136]
"Paradisia" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Pearl"
[note 38]
Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[137]
"Petrolatum" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Drawing Restraint 9
(Surrounded edition)
2005 [16]
[138]
"Play Dead" dagger
[note 39]
Björk with
David Arnold
Björk
David Arnold
Jah Wobble
The Young Americans
Debut (Reissued edition)
1993 [7]
[104]
[139]
"Pleasure Is All Mine"
[note 40]
Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
[140]
"Pluto" Björk Björk
Mark Bell
Homogenic 1997 [5]
[141]
"Pneumonia" Björk Björk Volta 2007 [53]
[142]
"Possibly Maybe" dagger Björk Björk Post 1995 [26]
[143]
"Prayer of the Heart"
[note 41]
John Tavener with
Björk
Traditional A Portrait 2004 [144]
[145]
"Qmart" 808 State featuring
Björk
808 State
Björk
Ex:el 1991 [146]
[133]
"Quicksand"
[note 42]
Björk Björk
Spaces
Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[147]
"Ruby Baby"
[note 43]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Jerry Leiber
Mike Stoller
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Sacrifice" Björk Björk Biophilia 2011 [46]
[148]
"Saint" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Scary" Björk Björk
Guy Sigsworth
"Bachelorette" 1997 [149]
[115]
"Scatterheart"
[note 44]
Björk Björk
Sjón
Lars von Trier
Selmasongs 2000 [3]
[150]
"Sharing Orb"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"Shimenawa" Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[151]
"Short Term Affair" Tony Ferrino featuring
Björk
Steve Brown
Steve Coogan
Phenomenon 1997 [152]
[153]
"Show Me Forgiveness" Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
[154]
"Sídasta Ég" Björk Björk
Guðlaugur Kristinn Óttarsson
Þór Eldon
"Big Time Sensuality" 1993 [152]
[67]
"So Broken" Björk Björk "Jóga" 1997 [155]
[156]
"Sod Off" Björk Björk "Jóga" 1997 [155]
[157]
"Solstice" Björk Björk
Sjón
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[158]
"Sonnets/Unrealities XI" Björk Björk
E. E. Cummings
Medúlla 2004 [22]
[159]
"Stígðu Mig" Björk Björk
Guðlaugur Kristinn Óttarsson
Þór Eldon
"Venus as a Boy" 1993 [85]
[160]
"Stonemilker" ‡ Björk Björk Vulnicura 2015 [31]
[161]
"Storm"
[note 45]
Björk Björk
Leila Arab
Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[162]
"Submarine"
[note 46]
Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
"Sue Me" Björk Björk
Arca
Utopia 2017 [25]
"Sun in My Mouth" Björk Björk
E. E. Cummings
Guy Sigsworth
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[163]
"Surrender" Hash-tag Ólöf Arnalds featuring
Björk
Ólöf Arnalds Innundir skinni 2010 [164]
"Sweet Intuition"
[note 47]
Björk Björk
Ken Downie
Ed Handley
Andy Turner
"Army of Me" 1995 [27]
[165]
"Synchronicity"
[note 48]
Björk Björk N/A 2004 [166]
"Tabula Rasa" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Þad Sést Ekki Sætari Mey"
[note 49]
Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Irving Berlin
Loftur Guðmundsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Takk" Björk with
þórhallur
Björk
þórhallur
Sódóma Reykjavík 1992 [10]
"Tetralógia"
[note 35]
Gabríela Friðriksdóttir
featuring Björk
Björk Versations/Tetralogía 2005 [126]
"The Anchor Song" Björk Björk Debut 1993 [7]
[167]
"The Boho Dance"
[note 50]
Björk Joni Mitchell A Tribute to Joni Mitchell 2007 [168]
"The Comet Song" dagger
[note 51]
Björk Björk
Sjón
N/A 2010 [169]
[170]
[124]
"The Dull Flame of Desire" dagger Björk with
Anohni
Björk
Fyodor Tyutchev
Volta 2007 [53]
[171]
"The Gate" dagger Björk Björk
Arca
Utopia 2017 [172]
[173]
"The Modern Things" Björk Björk
Graham Massey
Post 1995 [26]
[174]
"There's More to Life Than This" Björk Björk
Nellee Hooper
Debut 1993 [7]
[175]
"Thunderbolt" Björk Björk
Oddný Eir Ævarsdóttir
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[176]
"Tondeleyo" Björk Guðmundsdóttir with
Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar
Sigfús Halldórsson
Tómas Guðmundsson
Gling-Gló 1990 [29]
"Trance"
[note 52]
Björk Björk N/A 2010 [177]
"Travessia"
[note 53]
Björk Milton Nascimento
Fernando Brant
N/A 1996 [178]
"Triumph of a Heart" dagger Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
"Undo" Björk Björk
Thomas Knak
Vespertine 2001 [20]
[179]
"Unison"
[note 54]
Björk Björk Vespertine 2001 [20]
[180]
"Unravel" Björk Björk
Guy Sigsworth
Homogenic 1997 [5]
[181]
"Utopia" Björk Björk Utopia 2017 [25]
"Venus as a Boy" dagger Björk Björk Debut 1993 [7]
[182]
"Verandi" Björk Björk "Hidden Place" 2001 [63]
[183]
"Vertebræ by Vertebræ"
[note 12]
Björk Björk Volta 2007 [53]
[184]
"Vessel Shimenawa" Björk Björk Drawing Restraint 9 2005 [16]
[185]
"Violently Happy" dagger Björk Björk
Nellee Hooper
Debut 1993 [7]
[186]
"Virus" dagger Björk Björk
Sjón
Biophilia 2011 [46]
[187]
"Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu"
[note 55]
Björk Rósa Guðmundsdóttir
Jón Ásgeirsson
Chansons des mers froides
"Possibly Maybe"
1994
1996
[188]
[189]
"Vökuró"
[note 56]
Björk Jórunn Viðar
Jakobína Sigurðardóttir
Medúlla 2004 [22]
[190]
"Wanderlust" dagger Björk Björk
Sjón
Volta 2007 [53]
[191]
"When the World Comes to an End"
[note 3]
Björk with
Dirty Projectors
David Longstreth Mount Wittenberg Orca 2010 [14]
[15]
"Where Is the Line" ‡
[note 57]
Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
[192]
"Who Is It (Carry My Joy on the Left, Carry My Pain on the Right)" dagger
[note 58]
Björk Björk Medúlla 2004 [22]
[193]
"Yoga" Tricky featuring
Björk
Tricky
Björk
Nearly God 1996 [188]
[194]
"You Only Live Twice"
[note 59]
Björk Leslie Bricusse
John Barry
N/A 1997 [195]
"You've Been Flirting Again" Björk Björk Post 1995 [26]
[196]

Other appearances[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Name of song, performing artists, featured roles, originating albums, and year released.
Song Artist(s) Role(s) Album Year Ref(s).
"Við" Bergþóra Árnadóttir
  • Shaker
Bergmál 1982 [197]
"Við Birkiland" Megas
  • Background vocals
Loftmynd 1987 [198]
[10]
"Björg"
"Plastpokablús"
"Skúli Fógeti"
"Á horninu"
"Ástarsaga"
"Magister Lyngdal"
"Nótt"
"það sem best er"
"Börn í borg"
"Reykjavíkurnætur"
"Filahirðirinn frá Súrin"
"Drukknuð Börn" Höfuðlausnir 1988 [199]
[10]
"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"
"Pæklaðar Plómur" Hættuleg hljómsveit & glæpakvendið Stella 1990 [200]
[10]
"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 [201]
[10]
"Younder"
"Falling" Current 93 and Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson Island 1991 [202]
[10]
"Bedtime Story" dagger Madonna
  • Songwriter
Bedtime Stories 1994 [203]
[204]
"Party Town (The Groove of Hafnir City)" HAM
  • Keyboards
  • Composer
  • Producer
Dauður Hestur 1995 [205]
"Sodoma Theme"
"Animalia"
"On the Run Again"
"Stressed Out" (Married to the Mob Mix) A Tribe Called Quest
  • Remixer
"Stressed Out" 1996 [206]
[207]
"Stressed Out" (Dandelions Mix)
"Stressed Out" (Say Dip Mix)
"Cabin in the Sky" Matmos
  • Celesta
The Civil War 2003 [208]
"Roses and Teeth for Ludwig Wittgenstein"
  • Interpreter
The Rose Has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast 2006 [209]
[210]
"Up My Sleeves" Death Grips
  • Found object
    (vocal samples)
The Powers That B 2014 [211]
[212]
"Billy Not Really"
"Black Quarterback"
"Say Hey Kid"
"Have a Sad Cum"
"Fuck Me Out"
"Voila"
"Big Dipper"

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The film version of "107 Steps", included in Dancer in the Dark (2000), is called "141 Steps".
  2. ^ "Álfur Út Ur Hól" is the Icelandic version of "The Fool on the Hill", originally performed by The Beatles, and included on Magical Mystery Tour (1967).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g The songs included in Mount Wittenberg Orca are all credited to Björk and the Dirty Projectors. Nonetheless, Björk's vocals are only featured on "On and Ever Onward", "Sharing Orb" and "All We Are".
  4. ^ "Alta Mira" is an Icelandic cover version of "Alta Mira" by Edgar Winter, originally included on They Only Come Out at Night (1972).
  5. ^ "Amphibian" was originally recorded for the soundtrack of Being John Malkovich (1999). The song was later included as a b-side in the single release of "Cocoon" in 2002.
  6. ^ "Ancestors" includes throat singing by Tagaq.
  7. ^ A remix version of "Army of Me" features British band Skunk Anansie.
  8. ^ "Baenin" is the Icelandic cover version of "Christopher Robin", originally performed by Melanie Safka, and included on Born to Be (1968).
  9. ^ "Bílavísur" is an Icelandic reworded version of "The Blacksmith Blues", originally performed by Ella Mae Morse in 1952.
  10. ^ A remix version of "Blissing Me" features American artist Serpentwithfeet.
  11. ^ "Búkolla" is an Icelandic cover version of "Your Kiss Is Sweet", originally performed by Syreeta Wright and included in her album Stevie Wonder Presents: Syreeta (1974).
  12. ^ a b "Declare Independence" and "Vertebræ by Vertebræ" interpolate portions of "Hunter Vessel", included in Drawing Restraint 9 (2005).
  13. ^ "Ég Veit Ei Hvađ Skal Segja" is an Icelandic reworded version of "Ricochet", originally included in the 1954 film Ricochet Romance and famously sung by Teresa Brewer in 1953.
  14. ^ "Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian composer Rezső Seress and published in 1933. It was famously sung by Billie Holiday in 1941. The version included in Stormy Weather is a live rendition of the song, performed at the Stormy Weather event on April 16, 1998.
  15. ^ "Gotham Lullaby" is a song composed by Meredith Monk and included in Dolmen Music (1981). The version included in Monk Mix is a live rendition of the song, performed with the Brodsky Quartet at the Union Chapel concerts in December, 1999.
  16. ^ "Gratitude" includes vocals by Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, credited as Will Oldham.
  17. ^ "Holographic Entrypoint" includes traditional Noh chants by Shiro Nomura.
  18. ^ "Human Behaviour" contains a sample from "Go Down Dying", a composition originally written by Antônio Carlos Jobim and later arranged by Quincy Jones, performed by the Ray Brown Orchestra and included in the album Harold Robbins Presents Music from The Adventurers (1970).
  19. ^ "I Can’t Help Loving That Man" is a cover of "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man", featured in the 1927 musical play Show Boat, adapted from Edna Ferber's novel.
  20. ^ "Í Dansi Með þér" is an Icelandic cover version of "Sway", itself an English version of a 1953 mambo instrumental called "¿Quién será?". The English version was made famous by Dean Martin in 1954.
  21. ^ Remix versions of "I Miss You" feature English MC Rodney P.
  22. ^ "I Remember You" is a cover of the 1941 song itroduced in the film The Fleet's In (1942), where it was sung by Dorothy Lamour.
  23. ^ The film version of "I've Seen It All", included in Dancer in the Dark (2000), replaces Thom Yorke with vocals from Peter Stormare.
  24. ^ The film version of "In the Musicals", included in Dancer in the Dark (2000), is split into two parts, titled "In the Musicals Part 1" and "In the Musicals Part 2". One part includes additional vocals by Joel Grey.
  25. ^ "It's Oh So Quiet" is a cover of the 1948 German song "Und jetzt ist es still", originally sung by Horst Winter and famously performed in English by Betty Hutton in 1951.
  26. ^ "Jólakötturinn" is a musical version of a poem by Jóhannes úr Kötlum.
  27. ^ "Jólasveinar" is a traditional Icelandic ditty. Björk's version was credited as "Icelandic Christmas Song".
  28. ^ "Keep Your Mouth Shut" interpolates portions of "You've Been Flirting Again", included in Post (1995).
  29. ^ "Komið" was only included in certain editions of Medúlla (2004).
  30. ^ "Like Someone in Love" is a cover of the 1944 song introduced in the film Belle of the Yukon (1944), where it was sung by Dinah Shore.
  31. ^ "Mouth's Cradle" includes throat singing by Tagaq.
  32. ^ "My Snare" is also known as "Nature is Ancient". The former name was used in the single release of "Bachelorette", while the latter was used when the track was included in the Family Tree box set.
  33. ^ "My Spine" was originally included as a b-side in the single release of "It's Oh So Quiet" in 1995. The song was later included in the remix compilation Telegram (1996).
  34. ^ "Náttúra" features uncredited background vocals by Thom Yorke. Released as a standalone single in 2008, the song was later included in the deluxe edition of Biophilia (2011).
  35. ^ a b "North" and "Tetralogía" interpolate portions of a composition featured in the score for Drawing Restraint 9 (2005). The tracks were later used in the eponymous art installation by Gabríela Friðriksdóttir, and released in the accompanying soundtrack.
  36. ^ A remix version of "Oceania" features American singer-songwriter Kelis.
  37. ^ "Pabbi Minn" is an Icelandic reworded version of "O mein Papa", originally written for the 1939 musical Der schwarze Hecht.
  38. ^ "Pearl" includes throat singing by Tagaq.
  39. ^ "Play Dead" was firstly released as the lead single from the soundtrack for The Young Americans (1993). The song was later included in the reissued edition of Debut and released as the third single from the record.
  40. ^ "Pleasure Is All Mine" includes throat singing by Tagaq and additional vocal performance by Mike Patton.
  41. ^ In "Prayer of the Heart" Björk sings the traditional prayer in Coptic, Greek and English.
  42. ^ "Quicksand" samples "Apologies", written and performed by John Flynn, a.k.a. Spaces.
  43. ^ "Ruby Baby" is a cover version of the 1956 song by The Drifters, which later became famous in the version sung by Dion DiMucci.
  44. ^ The film version of "Scatterheart", included in Dancer in the Dark (2000), is titled "Smith & Wesson" and includes additional vocals by David Morse, Cara Seymour and Vladica Kostic.
  45. ^ "Storm" was known as "Nameless" when it was performed during the Greatest Hits Tour.
  46. ^ "Submarine" includes additional vocal performance by Robert Wyatt.
  47. ^ An alternative version "Sweet Intuition" appears on "It's Oh So Quiet" single as "Sweet Sweet Intuition". This version is credited to be written by Björk alone.
  48. ^ "Synchronicity" was featured in the Spike Jonze documentary Hot Chocolate (2005).
  49. ^ "Þad Sést Ekki Sætari Mey" is an Icelandic reworded version of "You Can't Get a Man with a Gun", originally performed by Ethel Merman in the musical Annie Get Your Gun (1946).
  50. ^ "The Boho Dance" is a song originally recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell and included in The Hissing of Summer Lawns (1975).
  51. ^ "The Comet Song" was featured as the title track for the 2010 film Moomins and the Comet Chase and released as a standalone single in the same year. The song was later included in the Japanese deluxe edition of Biophilia (2011).
  52. ^ "Trance" was recorded during the Volta sessions, but was only released as the soundtrack for To Lee, With Love, Nick, a tribute video to Alexander McQueen published by Nick Knight's website SHOWstudio in 2010.
  53. ^ "Travessia" is a cover of the classic Milton Nascimento song. Björk recorded it for the compilation Red Hot + Rio but decided not to include it and the track later surfaced online.
  54. ^ "Unison" samples "Aero Deck" by Oval, from the 1994 album Systemisch.
  55. ^ "Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu" is a cover of a traditional Icelandic lullaby. Björk originally recorded the song for inclusion in the Hector Zazou compilation Chansons des mers froides (1994), and it was later included as a b-side in the single release of "Possibly Maybe" in 1996.
  56. ^ "Vökuró" is a cover of a recording by Icelandic pianist and composer Jórunn Viðar.
  57. ^ "Where Is the Line" includes additional vocal performances by Mike Patton and Gregory Purnhagen.
  58. ^ "Who Is It" includes throat singing by Tagaq.
  59. ^ "You Only Live Twice" is a cover of the Nancy Sinatra song, recorded for the 1967 James Bond film of the same name. Björk recorded it for the compilation Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project but decided not to include it and the track later surfaced online.

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