Wonderful sound, great album
These Bjork reissues have wonderful sound quality. The records are on the thin side, but I can't argue with the sound. The pressing is fine, and there are no noise issues there. Dynamics, clarity and everything else is just great.
This album was Bjork's first, and it's quite amazing. The songs vary from light-hearted to serious. The variation is nice, as it keeps things off balance. However, there is also fluidity to this album that just makes it work. You'll hear orchestral music, and you'll hear electronica. Bjork's voice soars over all the proceedings. Her voice is perfectly centered, but elevated. I never really paid attention to her voice before, but she has a whopper of a voice when she wants. Her voice sounds more full than on the original record.
Overall, this is a very fun album, and Bjork is in top form. This is a great album, and the sound quality does it justice.
A final note is that the first side is very long. I mention that to inner groove sufferers.