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Life's Too Good
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Life's Too Good

Life's Too Good, released in April 1988, was the first album by the Icelandic alternative rock-pop band The Sugarcubes, which brought fame to lead vocalist Björk. Through the first single, "Birthday", the Sugarcubes received attention in Europe and the United States.

Track listing

  1. "Traitor" (03:08)
  2. "Motorcrash" (02:23)
  3. "Birthday" (03:59)
  4. "Delicious Demon" (02:43)
  5. "Mama" (02:56)
  6. "Coldsweat" (03:15)
  7. "Blue Eyed Pop" (02:38)
  8. "Deus" (04:07)
  9. "Sick For Toys" (03:15)
  10. "Fucking In Rythym & Sorrow" (03:14)
  11. "Take Some Petrol Darling" (01:27)

"Ammæli", afterwards released in English as "Birthday", entered the charts outside Iceland, leading the band to put Icelandic music on world map. "Birthday" was also chosen as "single of the week" by Melody Maker.

Singles from Life's Too Good

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Einn mol' á mann
Release: March, 1986
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Birthday
Release: October, 1987
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Direction: Óskar Jónasson

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Coldsweat
Release: January 1988
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Deus
Release: April 5, 1988
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Motorcrash
Release: 1988
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See also: Discography of Björk