When touring the U.S., Bjork sought to create a "homely atmosphere" in a communal backstage room reserved for artists in her entourage. Well, at least that's what it says in her tour rider, excerpts of which you'll find here.

The Icelandic pop star also required promoters to line up sessions for her with either a masseuse, acupuncturist, or reflexologist. "This is very important to her," the rider notes. While the performer travels with her own chef (named Numi), the 2007 document detailed her spirits requirements, which included champagne, a nice French red wine, and Remy Martin cognac (though only a half bottle). (4 pages)

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