But if the gorilla had kept it, it would have gone really tiny. Sin, a French industrial band, covered the song, available on Errare Digital Est, Recall 2003. These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Army of Me". Once I've got the diamond and I run away with it, it becomes massive 'cos it's mine. White recounted in greater detail to Rolling Stone’s David Fricke where the lyrics came from: “Seven Nation Army started out about two specific people I knew in Detroit. But it's probably the most realistic way of expressing what situation I'm in – all these people trying to take things away from me, and the gorilla finding a diamond that I don't know I have and then stealing it. For other uses, see. Polish progressive metal/post-metal band Proghma-C recorded a cover version on their debut album Bar-do Travel, 2009. Well, thank goodness for I-Army, because fans have already translated the track for non-Korean speakers and the English translation reveals that … Oliver Weers, a Danish rock vocalist made semi-famous by his participation in the Danish X Factor in 2008, released a heavy metal-style cover version of "Army of Me" in 2008 on an album entitled Get Ready. The Australian metal band Many Machines on Nine covered "Army of Me" on their self-titled 2000 EP. The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who helped her in producing and writing the majority of her third album. ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ It's not a conclusion that it's so forgone. The singer "said that she wanted to capture that 'tanker-truck' feeling, the sense of a big machine grinding unstoppably through town" and further stated: "I thought I should be driving a very, very big truck to try to wake this person who's asleep, so I get the biggest truck in the world, and I'm so mad I've got metallic teeth, because when you're really angry, you grind your teeth. The first seconds of the music video show a young man in cryonic slumber. The track was recorded and mixed in less than 7 hours, as recalled by the band, and features Björk making heavy use of screaming vocals. 10 votes, 24 comments. I'm not sure why I wrote it. Björk premiered the song on some gigs during the Debut Tour before the release of the album. German metalcore band Caliban covered this song on their 2006 album The Undying Darkness. She takes the diamond back to her vehicle, all the while it multiplies in size until she is barely able to carry it. She then bolts toward the museum's exit, concerning the guards and other patrons. Björk hugs him, crying teardrops of jewels. She performed it in a series of TV appearances, and notably, for the first time on Top of the Pops with Skunk Anansie. While she is going to the room of the dentist, her image appears reflected in a series of mirrors that make it impossible to distinguish her real self. Smarten yourself up!'". I'm a civilian. It was well received by music … And if you complain once more you'll meet an army of me. The passers-by seem to ignore the mass of the vehicle. There exists some version of the music video which censored the explosion of the bomb, and some showing "To Be Continued" at the end.. The song was performed on the Debut Tour before the official release. She is examined by the dentist, an anthropomorphic gorilla, who discovers a diamond in her mouth. ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ If you painted his picture, ♪, Brendan and the Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Look outside, you're bound to see ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ An army of him. Abandoned Pools, an alternative rock band have also covered the song, which is available on The Reverb EP. The chorus of the song, with drums and electronic bass in the background. , "Army of Me" was written in 1992 by Björk and Graham Massey, during one of the first recording sessions for Debut, along with "The Modern Things", but Björk decided to put the songs on hold and to wait for releasing them. Angry Birds, Timon, and Pumbaa to the Rescue. I've been going through changes. And get to work And if you complain once more You’ll meet an […] The clip depicts Björk as a tank girl of sorts who goes to the dentist (which happens to be a gorilla) to have a sore tooth pulled—only to have it turn into a giant diamond, which she uses to fuel her tank. With nothing at all. Australian alternative metal band Beanbag covered the song on their 2001 second album Welladjusted. The song was also turned into another video collaboration between Björk and her longtime director, Michael Gondry. The second CD contained, among other remixes, a version of "Army of Me" which features Skunk Anansie. After directing clips for "Human Behaviour" and "Army Of Me," French filmmaker Michel Gondry returns for the surreal black-and-white music video for "Isobel," which follows Björk in the lead role as a girl who grows airplanes by planting light bulbs with toy planes inside. ... Oh tell me … The first single from 1995's otherwise buoyant Post and a featured track on the Tank Girl soundtrack, as well as in the film. ♪.  The verses' melody and bass line are in Locrian mode, which is unusual for a pop song. Wash your hair! Mim Udovitch has described the song as "grinding techno fusion". This particular performance featured additional vocals by Skin. Maybe 'Army Of Me' was an attempt to balance it out. defined the song "a staggering juggernaut of a track". The video was well received by critics. Meaning; ME: Mobile Equipment: ME: Marine Engineer: ME: Military Equipment: ME: Middle East Airlines (Air Liban, Lebanon, IATA airline code) ME: Mission Employment (active phase of a mission or exercise) ME: Messerschmitt (German aircraft manufacturer) ME: Miscellaneous Equipment: ME: Maybe I felt that Debut had been such a polite, shy album – there was a side of me that was so shy and such a beginner, I was very flattered when everyone loved Debut but also a bit confused because it wasn't really me.  In 2012, the song was ranked number 71 in Consequence of Sound's "Top 100 Songs Ever".  According to The New York Times writer Joy Press, "'Army of Me' is so menacing and inorganic-sounding it verges on industrial rock", and in a review, Pulse! The dentist is actually a gorilla, and Björk explained: When Michel [Gondry] gets his strokes of genius and, in the video for "Army of Me", wants a dentist that's a gorilla to find a diamond in my mouth, some people call it nonsense. The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who helped her in producing and writing the majority of her third album. The single also contained "Sweet Intuition", a song composed by Björk and Black Dog, whose lyrics will be the base of the composing for another song written by Björk for Madonna: "Bedtime Story".  According to Brantley Bardin of Details, "Army of Me" is "the album’s straightest song, a manifesto about self-sufficiency", while for Liz Hoggard of The Observer, the track is "brutal yet tender". "Army of Me" was a commercial success and the first single from Björk to enter the top 10 on the UK Singles Chart. The vehicle's engine assembly consists of a mouth in which all of the teeth appear rotten, comically exaggerated by a shaggy-looking man engulfed in a stench-cloud crawling out of the mouth and offending passers-by. The song was performed in a few live shows. The performance on the Post Tour was called "explosive" by Adrien Begrand of PopMatters and was released on Live Box, in the Post Live CD, with the same performance being released on Björk's video Live at Shepherds Bush Empire. "Army of Me" is a song recorded by Icelandic musician Björk for her second studio album Post (1995). , For the music video of the song, Björk collaborated again with French film director Michel Gondry, who'd directed her video for "Human Behaviour" in 1993. "Army of Me" is a song recorded by Icelandic musician Björk for her second studio album Post (1995). ')" Natalie Curtis described the song as "inelegant", on a similar note, Mim Udovitch of Rolling Stone dubbed it as "ominous, anthemic", with Lou Stathis of MTV stating that "Army Of Me" is "booming, martial-march techno". However, 'Army of Me' seems like a precursor of the dark, introspective tone and sparse electronica arrangements of Björk's next album, 1997's Homogenic. you'll meet an army of me you're allright there's nothing wrong self-sufficience please! , In a very positive review, Heather Phares of AllMusic stated that "Atypical in its relative starkness and darkness, 'Army of Me' casts Björk against type as a warrior goddess fed up with whining, instead of her usual cyber-pixie persona. In 1995, The video was nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards, one for Best Special Effects in a Video and one for International Viewer's Choice Awards – MTV Europe, losing the former to "Love Is Strong" by The Rolling Stones and the latter to "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2. ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the vacant expression? Comments: 16. The song has also been used in an episode of The Handmaid's Tale, and more recently in the second episode of the first season of A Discovery Of Witches. Phineas and Ferb Fanon is a FANDOM TV Community. After the explosion, she re-enters the building to find the man from the altar, who appears to have been just wakened by the blast. This song is sung by Doofenshmirtz and the Andrew Sister-esque background singers. That's surrealism for me. 1 compilation. Skunk Anansie) — 4:33, "Army of Me" (Instrumental ABA All-Stars Mix) — 3:46, Daria "Nookie" Stavrovich on the Russian The Voice (2016), This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 11:20. ", The song is dominated by a heavy bass line and features synthesizer. Lyrically, the industrial rock song was inspired by the damaging behavior of Björk's brother, and in the lyrics she tells him to stand up and to regain control of his life. The song received a wide coverage from other artists. ♪ Brendan: I wonder who. The song was performed again in summer 2012 in Lollapalooza Chile as part of the Biophilia Tour replacing most of the instrumental part with a Tesla coil. Tim Walker of The Independent thought that "catchy, commercial song that was utterly original, and she's easily beautiful enough to have taken advantage of her sexuality in the video, but instead she got Michel Gondry to make a brilliant promo about her going to a gorilla dentist to get a huge diamond pulled out of her mouth". harvnb error: no target: CITEREFPytlik2003 (, "Björk creating myths in some styles all her own", "#316 in Blender's 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born", "Elektra's Bjork Putting A Love Letter In The 'Post, Australian-charts.com – Björk – Army of Me", Offiziellecharts.de – Björk – Army of Me", "Íslenski Listinn Topp 40 (20.5.1995 – 26.5.1995)", Norwegiancharts.com – Björk – Army of Me", "Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100", "Bjork Chart History (Alternative Airplay)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Army_of_Me&oldid=991308538, Song recordings produced by Nellee Hooper, Articles with dead external links from January 2018, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles with dead external links from April 2019, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2020, Singlechart usages for Billboardalternativesongs, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "You've Been Flirting Again" (Live Vocals, Studio Music) — 2:25, "Army of Me" (Instrumental ABA All-Stars Mix) — 3:49, "Army of Me" (feat. One area shows a person observing a work which is a painting of a person in an art museum observing a work. So I have to go to the dentist, who tries to steal away from me a diamond I don't know I have.". ♪, Brendan zombie: ♪ Ah-dah, doo'n dah'n dah wow! It then cuts to Björk, wearing a black karate gi, driving a large vehicle through a city. Refreshingly Icelandic sentiments", and further stating that "'Army Of Me' not only sounds fabulous—Led Zeppelin and techno welded together into a surging, operatic whole—but possesses a briskly pull-yourself-together tone. (Gondry and Björk would continue their collaboration until 2011 when the video for "Crystalline" was released.) you'll meet an army of me. —Björk talking to Jon Savage about the song. The song's accompanying music video was the product of another collaboration between Björk and Michel Gondry. Before floating off the vehicle, she turns to the camera and shows metallic teeth.  Even so, Björk performed the songs during some dates on her Debut Tour. ♪, ♪ I'm ubiquitous, really, I'm everywhere! The seven nation army is the Salvation Army it's how he said it as a kid til he grew up and found out it was Salvation Army and its about how you go to a town and everyone is talking about you and you can't stand it anymore to the point you have to leave and when he leaves he sees how much he misses it and has winds up going back Rapper Ryu sampled this song in the music video for his song "The One". Hope you like it !! , In 2005, Björk opened a contest to choose from various remixes for the song, to release a compilation to help raise funds for charity.  While reviewing Post, Andy Smith of The Providence Journal stated that "Post is an eclectic affair, opening with the assertive industrial clang of Army of Me'". After the explosion, everything is torn apart, bathed in smoke. Like the song, it all makes sense in Björk's surreal, intellectually playful way". Army of Me Lyrics - All the great songs and their lyrics from Army of Me on Lyrics.com A soldier often says "on me" before they move and I can't …  The singer further explained the song: "Imagine you're in a club full of heavy metal types and grunge people; 'Army of Me' is like someone's granny blasting out over the PA and saying, 'Snap out of it! , Eric Handerson of Slant Magazine found that the song "provocatively merges a Weather Report-esque jazz-fusion bass riff with a heavy-timbered rock drumbeat to match her contemptuous vocal delivery ('Self-sufficience, please! Belgian metal band Silent covered this song on their 2005 self-titled demo. "Army of Me" is a song that plays in the Phineas and Ferb episode, "Night of the Living Pharmacists", when Doofenshmirtz finds out about his zombie army and gathers his army to drop by city hall. It was well received by music critics, who noted its darkness and praised Björk's energy. Powerman 5000 released a cover of this song on their The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Vol. In 2005, Björk, to help the UNICEF, released a charity benefit compilation entitled Army of Me: Remixes and Covers, which featured a series of covers and remixes by artists from all over the world. The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the tuxedo on? Several other remixes (and covers) appear on Army of Me: Remixes and Covers. Lyrically, the industrial rocksong was inspired by the damaging behavior of Björk's brother, and in the lyrics she tells him to stand up and to regain control of his life. It's hard to accept what you don't understand. We have 0 albums and 8 song lyrics in our database. It's time that I got myself a nice suit So that I could look respectable for you And it's time that I built myself a refuge So that I could hide away if I so choose These days it feels that everything is changing Used to be that every stride, you were standing by my side But now it feels I'm walking on a tightrope As I try to balance out how to make you proud One day I'll be perfect, I'll be so extraordinary I will … And how, when it burns, you can't change a thing. She then drives to a museum and proceeds inside, carrying a satchel containing a bomb. 'Stand up, you’ve got to manage ... /You're all right, there's nothing wrong / ... get to work / and if you complain once more, you'll meet an army of me". French progressive metal band Klone also recorded a cover of the song as a bonus track on their 2010 album Black Days. Björk touches her cheek, appearing to have a toothache, and proceeds to a nearby dentist's office. Lyrics The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the tuxedo on? Christina Aguilera Lyrics "Army Of Me" I've been standing where you left me, left me Praying that you'd come and get me, get me But now I've found my second wind, wind Now I've found my second skin, skin Well I know what you were thinking You thought you'd watch me … "Army Of Me" lyrics. "Army of Me" is a song from "Night of the living Brendans" performed by Brendan Townsend with assistance from Laura Dickinson as an Andrews Sisters-esque trio. She makes it out of the building just moments before the bomb explodes. The single was released on April 21, 1995, as a two-CD edition. Björk tosses the diamond into the vehicle's mouth, apparently correcting its earlier affliction. ♪, The Fake Andrew Sisters: ♪ An army of him. The song was performed on the Greatest Hits Tour and on the Volta Tour, with the latter performance being included on Voltaïc, both in the live version recorded at the Olympic Studios in London, and in the DVD Live in Paris.  Gondry's visual imagery was heavily praised: "Gondry is a treat with visual details in defining his realities, and he provides in 'Army of Me'. Additionally, the song was performed on every date of the Post Tour. ", The ending of "Army of Me"'s music video depicted Björk bombing an art museum, and due to a recent terrorist bombing in Oklahoma City, MTV removed it from its playlist before it even aired. The museum sequence furnishes an example: Before Björk bombs it, there are many artworks on the walls, each piece reflecting the apparent banality of the museum. Powerwolf Army of the night video with lyrics ! The compilation, called Army of Me: Remixes and Covers was released in May 2005 and as of January 2006, the album had raised around £250,000 to help UNICEF's work in the south east Asian region.. It was released on 21 April 1995 by One Little Indian as the lead single from the album.  Stuart Maconie of Q magazine praised the song by stating that its lyrics carries "bold and refreshing sentiments for a rock song. It was released on 21 April 1995 by One Little Indian as the lead single from the album. , In 1995, "Army of Me" won an Icelandic Music Award for Song of the Year. ♪, ♪ I'm about to settle down for some serious me-time! The symbolism is clear to me. ♪ Brendan: I'll never tell. The vehicle begins to sputter and slow, prompting Björk to check the motor. The song was written and produced by Björk and Graham Massey, who helped her in producing and writing the majority of her third album.  The song was also ranked number 316 in Blender magazine's "The 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born". Björk performed the song live on Italian musical show Festivalbar and on The White Room, along with "I Miss You". One of me is wiser, one of me is stronger, one of me is a fighter, and there's a thousand faces of me and we're gonna rise up (x2) for every time you broke me well you're gonna face an army, army of me welcome to my revolution All your walls are breaking down It's time you had a taste of losing Time the table's turned around I see a glimpse of recognition The first CD contained the Icelandic version of "You've Been Flirting Again" and the cave version of "Cover Me", both from Post. “I will send out an army To find you in the middle of darkest night It’s true I will rescue you.” But they are sung: “I will send out an army To find you in the middle of darkest… night It’s true I will rescue you.” That just stands out to me as a reminder that God doesn’t follow the rules that we have set down for Him. Armies Lyrics: Yeah / Danger, giants / Battle is my story / But alone, I won't know / That's my glory / Shadows, you cannot hide me, uh / My King will fight / The God of angel armies / Is always Stand up You’ve got to manage I won’t sympathize Anymore And if you complain once more You’ll meet an army of me And if you complain once more You’ll meet an army of me You’re alright There’s nothing wrong Self sufficiency please! and get to work and if you complain once more you'll meet an army of me you're on your own now we won't save you your rescue-squad is too exhausted and if you complain once more you'll meet an army of me The alternative metal/post-hardcore band Helmet recorded a cover of "Army of Me" which was released on a Music for Our Mother Ocean benefit compilation. In the odd and surreal music video, Björk is the driver of a tanker truck. It was released on 21 April 1995 by One Little Indian as the lead single from the album. "Army of Me" is a song from "Night of the living Brendans" performed by Brendan Townsend with assistance from Laura Dickinson as an Andrews Sisters-esque trio. I've been going through changes. The performance was called "extra-gritty" and the accompaniment of Parkins was described as giving the song "fresh urgency".. A jazz cover was released by the Yaron Herman Trio on their album A Time for Everything in 2007. I've been going through changes. Stop whining! Fake Ugly (2004) Breathe, Fake Ugly, Frozen, Be By, Too Many Walls, Rain Stained Melodies Demos (2005) Safe Here, My Defense, Saved Your Life, Watch for Snakes, Come Down to D.C. Credits adapted from Post album liner notes.. You're on your own now we won't save you your rescue-squad is too exhausted. Andrew from Australia I agree that this song is referring to the Northern Ireland conflict, as if you watch the live performance of the song on TV (the clip where she dresses as a housewife), she does a little Irish jig between the soldiers. The lyrics of the song are about Björk's brother, as revealed by the singer, and show Björk daring him to move up and find a job to keep his life on, and also for him to not fall into bad things and learn to defend himself: "It's actually written to a relative of mine who had been a bit out of order for a while. The female vocals on the chorus were recorded by Tanja Keilen. ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the spot on his head? I have to stand up and fight the fucking gorilla. ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy living outside of the law? ♪, The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the handsome hair? Army of Me Lyrics: Stand up / You've got to manage / I won't sympathize / Anymore / And if you complain once more / You'll meet an army of me / And if you complain once more / You'll meet an army of English rock band Drama recorded a cover of the song to perform at the 2010 UK Live & Unsigned regional final in Manchester, March 7. And it's hard to launch without knowing how to land. This article is about the Björk song. Björk premiered the song a day before the release of the single, on April 20, 1995, on Top of the Pops, with the Skunk Anansie. The song was performed on the Vespertine World Tour, where it was accompanied by Zeena Parkins. The song was featured on Björk's compilation album, Greatest Hits (2002). "Army of Me" is so much about me actually learning that I have to defend myself. Björk comes and retrieves her loved one, crying small diamonds onto his shoulder. It features the singer driving an enormous vehicle through a city, fighting with a gorilla for re-obtaining a diamond and putting a bomb in a museum to free a boy. The dentist attempts to steal the diamond for himself, but Björk leaps onto his back and pummels him, and, retrieving the diamond, escapes the office. I watch a lot of war movies and play video games. Italian nu metal band Exilia recorded a cover of this song on their album Can't Break Me Down in 2005. , Björk and her label declined to use footage from the film Tank Girl (which features the track on its soundtrack) in the music video for "Army of Me".. "Army of Me" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera for her seventh studio album, Lotus (2012). The cave version of "Cover Me" was recorded in a cave in Bahamas, and sounds of flying bats can be heard in the background. "Army of Me" is a song recorded by Icelandic musician Björk for her second studio album Post (1995). The Fake Andrews Sisters: ♪ Who's that guy with the vacant expression? Sneaking past the museum's guards, she places the bomb on one of the exhibits - the young man seen in the beginning of the video lying on an altar in a deep sleep.  Over 600 remixes were submitted and Björk was helped in the choosing of the tracks by fellow writer and composer Graham Massey. And if you complain once more you'll meet an army of me  However, within weeks it was broadcast, but cut off before the bomb goes off. In addition to appearing in Tank Girl in 1995, the song was included in the soundtrack of Sucker Punch with further instrumentation by Skunk Anansie and remixing by Marius de Vries. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The BTS ARMY got a taste of the lead single from the album when BigHit Entertainment released the teaser for "Boy With Luv" featuring Halsey on Monday, April 8. It was about gossip… View Army Of Me song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. The song's pounding industrial beat, menacing synth bass, and unusually aggressive lyrics ('And if you complain once more / You'll meet an army of me') stand in sharp contrast to the rest of the album and to most of her previous work.
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