Harsher sounds as in "Army of Me" begin creeping in with Post, edging towards the raw emotion of Homogenic. There's still a fair mix of sounds, with the musical "It's Oh So Quiet", the industrial "Enjoy", the sweeping strings of "Isobel", and so on. Each track paints its own distinct little world.
Like Debut, Post is an album's worth of classic Björk tracks. Would probably work very well as a sample of the range of her work, and I'd recommend it as a first Björk album for that alone.