I absolutely love everything she has done from the Sugarcubes to today. I agree that Post may not only be her most accessible album, but arguably her best. However, Vespertine does such an amazing job capturing the very essence of Winter that I've probably given it a spin more than any other. Even Medulla can be consider a wonderful, glorious disaster.
Honestly, name a more perfect moment that when she goes into the bathroom during There's More to Life Than This and reemerges - as the acoustics changes accordingly. I don't know why, but that little bit of "experimentation" seems to perfectly sum her up for me.
i am one of those people who had the cassette in college. it was given to me by a friend, adn it really blew my mind. i played that thing into the ground, tramping all over campus with my Walkman and wearing my motorcycle boots, broomstick skirts and butterfly wings. ah, those halcyon days of blissful fashion ignorance. but my taste for Bjork has never changed. she is a true artist, and in my Top 5 of all time.