Musician. Actress. Pioneer. Innovator. Icon. Grateful grapefruit. Welcome, sistren, to the Björk Discography Rate. Raised amongst a bohemian hippy commune in Reykjavíc, an eleven-year-old virtuoso was given an early taste of fame when an overzealous music teacher managed to land her a recording contract for an album of Icelandic covers of traditional pop songs. Having refused the offer of a follow-up album (thank god), Björk proceeded to dip her toes into essentially any musical waters she could find over the years, appearing in numerous semi-famous questionable Icelandic groups before finally finding international acclaim as the frontwoman of the alt-rock group The Sugarcubes in the mid-eighties. Entering the halcyon days of the nineties, our future Icelandic queen realised she wasn’t enjoying the style of music the group were making, dropped everything and moved to London to pursue a solo career in pop. And so, an icon was born. 8 solo studio albums, 2 film soundtracks, 39 music videos, over 100 awards and several controversial career moves later, the oviparous chanteuse continues to forge on ahead on the road of musical excellence, leaving nothing but raving critics, a fiercely loyal fanbase and a few battered paparazzi in her wake. When Inuit throat-singing and colossal gravity-operated musical pendulums come into play, it’s understandable to think that her discography might be too hard of a pill to swallow. However, it’s important to remember that above all, Björk is one of us. Every album, every tour, every aspect of her career has been borne out of a deep, unwavering love for pop music in all its forms, and that respect for the craft can almost always be heard in all her own projects. Call her alternative, call her avant-garde, call her an elfish pixie (please don’t), but rest assured – Björk is a goddamn POPSTAR, in every sense of the word. Iceland's biggest export  has, and continues to, pave the way for countless swathes of those we now call our faves, and so it’s high time we paid homage to this unstoppable creative force. By pitting her albums against each other and collectively attempting to quantify the quality of her life’s work, I guess? LET'S DO IT. So, for the uninitiated, here’s how it’s gonna go down: Rate each of the songs listed in the following post between 0 - 10; half marks are allowed. You can bless one song with the elusive 11/10 score. Use it wisely. We won't be rating Overture or Frosti. I think we can all agree they wouldn't last long anyway. Commentary on individual tracks is more than welcome! Send me your scores & commentary via PM and voila! Jobs a good’un. Voting will close on Monday, April 18th at 9pm GMT. Good luck, and please don't fuck it up.