This isn't usually the type of music I'd listen to but I loved Debut from start to finish. Bjork's voice is a million things at once. Ethereal, eccentric, sweet, beautiful, sensual. The music is highly eclectic, ranging from dance on "Violently Happy", to the chill-out style of "Venus As A Boy". Her vocals have such a range, one minute she'll be singing softly and sensually and the next she could be bellowing at the top of her voice, sometimes in the same song (see "Human Behaviour"). But above all, this album is just flat out fun. It's not very often I would describe an album as fun but it really hit me as soon as the feel good electronica of "Big Time Sensuality" began. The album is filled with such an infectious sense of optimism and excitement that it makes it hard not to get swept away with it.
Her first album to be released worldwide is a great introduction to the her style. The songs are all catchy, and "Human Behaviour" is just one of the most fun and enjoying songs ever, with a direct critic to the human society... simply amazing.