Björk

Big Time Sensuality

Composed by Björk / Nellee Hooper

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The third single off of her critically acclaimed album Debut, "Big Time Sensuality" was an aggressive, screechy dance number that had simple but passionate lyrics inspired by Björk's relationship with her working partner and co-producer, Nellee Hooper. Besides being released as a single, the recording was issued on two EPs, the first containing two more Elgar sisters songs, "Sidasta Eg" and "Glora," and the second featuring seven different remixes from Fluke, Justin Robinson, Dom T, and David Moralis. One of the Fluke versions was liked well enough by Björk that she ended up using it for the video. While not scraping the top of the charts, "Big Time Sensuality" was part of an album unusual enough to stand out among its fellow pop releases as a quirky and complex experiment that worked most of the time.

Appears On

Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating
Debut 1993 One Little Indian
Big Time Sensuality 1993 One Little Indian 3:53
Brit Awards 1994 1994
Various Artists
Alex 4:09
Hits 94, Vol. 1 1994
Various Artists
Telstar
Energy Rush: 7th Heaven 1994
Various Artists
Dino Entertainment 4:07
Vessel [Video/DVD] 1994 One Little Indian
No Image 1994
Various Artists
European Import
Celebrating Wood and Metal 1997 5:25
1997 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras 1998
Various Artists
Central Station Records 7:49
Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire 1998 One Little Indian
Volumen 1999 Elektra
MTV Unplugged and Live 2002 One Little Indian
Björk's Greatest Hits 2002 One Little Indian
No Image 2002 Import
Volumen 2 2002 One Little Indian
The Live Box: 1993-2002 2003 One Little Indian
Post Live 2004 Universal 4:53
The Work of Director Stéphane Sednaoui [DVD] 2005
Various Artists
Palm/Directors/Abbey Road
Surrounded 2006 Elektra
Live DVD Archive 2007 One Little Indian
Greatest Hits [One Little Indian] One Little Indian
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