Icelandic avant-pop sensation Bjork hit the top of the UK charts with her bizarre 1995 song Oh It's So Quiet. Despite that the song is her biggest hit, Bjork would prefer to disown the song. In 2002, when Bjork put together her greatest hits album, she refused to include Oh It's So Quiet. The problem the Icelandic pop sensation may have with it is that unlike most of her music, she didn't write the song. It is a remake of Blow The Fuse, recorded by Betty Hutton in 1951. That was a remake itself, of the German song Und jets sit es still by Horst Winter and composer Hans Lang. What also bothered Bjork was that her unapproved trademark song was not the same inventive style of her other music. When discussing the song several years after she recorded it, Bjork said that recording it "was sort of a joke really," and she added "I almost regret doing it." Bjork has said Oh It's So Quiet was originally intended as a thank you to her roadies after the song had become a tourbus favorite on the road. The massive success of the song was also aided by the fantastic music video directed by Spike Jonze. In 1996 the music video was nominated for six MTV Music Video Awards. The music video also earned a Grammy nomination for Best Music Video - Short Form."
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