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  • Darsteller: Bjork
  • Album: It's Oh So Quiet
  • Etikett: Satellite Films
  • MP3: 1979 mb | FLAC: 1398 mb
  • Freigegeben: 1995
  • Land: Europe
  • Stil: Leftfield, Big Band
  • Bewertung: 4.4/5
  • Abstimmungen: 839
  • Kategorie: Jazz / Popmusik
Bjork - It's Oh So Quiet mp3 herunterladen


1It's Oh So Quiet


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
182TP7CDBjörk It's Oh So Quiet ‎(CD, Single, CD1)One Little Indian182TP7CDUK1995
577 5082Björk It's Oh So Quiet ‎(CD, Single, Car)Mother Records577 5082Europe1995
182TP7CDLBjörk It's Oh So Quiet ‎(CD, Single, CD2)One Little Indian182TP7CDLUK1995
PRCD 9322-2Björk It's Oh So Quiet ‎(CD, Single, Promo)ElektraPRCD 9322-2US1995
577 5112Björk It's Oh So Quiet ‎(CD, Single)Polydor, Mother Records577 5112Australia1995


  • Film DirectorSpike Jonze


Video cassette in black plastic case with mini cover inlay and sticker on the cassette front.

Satellite, a division of Propaganda Films



Текст песни: Its, oh, so quiet Its, oh, so still Youre all alone And so peaceful until. Its Oh So Quiet In The Style Of Bjork. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. It's Oh So Quiet Directed by Spike Jonze. Written by Hans IangBert Reisfeld. Published by Peer Music UK Ltd. 1995 BjörkOverseas LtdOne Little Indian. It's oh, so quiet, shh, shh It's oh, so still, shh, shh You're all alone, shh, shh And so peaceful until. You fall in love, zing boom The sky up above, zing boom Is caving in, wow bam You've never been so nuts about a guy You wanna laugh, you wanna cry You cross your heart and hope to die. Till it's over, and then, shh, shh It's nice and quiet, shh, shh But soon again, shh, shh Starts another big riot. You blow a fuse, zing boom The devil cuts loose, zing boom So what's the use, wow bam Of falling in love. It's Oh So Quiet is a song by American singer Betty Hutton, released in 1951 as the B-side to the single Murder, He Says. It is a cover of the German song Und jetzt ist es still, performed by Horst Winter in 1948, with music written by Austrian composer Hans Lang and German lyrics by Erich Meder. The English lyrics were written by Bert Reisfeld. A French title, Tout est tranquille, was performed in 1949 by Ginette Garcin and the Jacques Hélian Orchestra. In a way it was against my principles to do an old cover version because I'm so anti-retro. But it has this story, this narrative: there's a beginning and something happens in the middle and the ending is different. So many pop songs, especially with English lyrics, are just 900 different ways of saying 'she left me' Which I actually love because it's pop, just one idea, very simple, but it doesn't mean it's cheap. I can relate to it, but I belong to the storytelling group. Original Version: Betty Hutton - It's Oh So Quiet 1951, read more. Songs in album Björk - It's Oh So Quiet 1995. Björk - It's Oh So Quiet. Bjork Cut By The Sabres Of Paradise. It led to the Icelander's subsequent single releases Hyperballad and Possibly Maybe also reaching the UK Top 20. Björk later virtually disowned the song by not including it on her 2002 greatest hits album. It is thought that Björk was disappointed that her most popular song is an unusual cover done in a style totally different to anything else she has recorded. Björk Record Collector, August 2002 taken from Bjö: It was sort of a joke really. It was a song Guy Sigsworth used to play on the bus when we were touring. Ever since, I almost regret doing it. Til its over and then its nice and quiet but soon again starts another big riot. You blow a fuse, zing boom the devil cuts loose, zing boom so whats the use, wow bam of falling in love. Its oh so quiet, its oh so still youre all alone, and so peaceful until. Its Oh So Quiet It was sort of a joke really. Ever since, I almost regret doing it bacuse I wanted to put so much importance on making new music. Just to make it absolutely certain that the album would be as schizophrenic as possible, that every song would be a shock. The Stereogum Interview, March 2008. CD1. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted