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Performers Dido

Arista | November 18, 2008 | Compact Disc

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Dating back to her majestic debut, the million-selling NO ANGEL, an element of sadness has lurked behind Dido's songs of love and other emotions. On her third record, 2008's SAFE TRIP HOME, those blues bubble over, at least partially fueled by the death of her father in 2006. It's a sweet sort of darkness that propels the record, one that lends her usual hook-laden jazzed-out pop a gentle gravity. From opening track (and single), the mournful ode to numbness "Don't Believe in Love," on, the British singer belies a soulless exterior with a deeply soulful center. While perhaps not as forlorn as her ancient namesake, Dido is ever prey to a Tom Waits-style world weariness, yet bound to a radio-ready ray of hope, a combination that comes to a maturity on SAFE TRIP HOME.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 18, 2008

Genre: General

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Arista

UPC: 886973070925

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Safe Trip Home

Performers Dido

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 18, 2008

Genre: General

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Arista

UPC: 886973070925


Title Track Time
1.Don't Believe In Love --
2.Quiet Times --
3.Never Want To Say It's Love --
4.Grafton Street --
5.It Comes And It Goes --
6.Look No Further --
7.Us 2 Little Gods --
8.Day Before The Day, The --
9.Let's Do the Things We Normally Do --
10.Burnin' Love --
11.Northern Skies --

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Dating back to her majestic debut, the million-selling NO ANGEL, an element of sadness has lurked behind Dido's songs of love and other emotions. On her third record, 2008's SAFE TRIP HOME, those blues bubble over, at least partially fueled by the death of her father in 2006. It's a sweet sort of darkness that propels the record, one that lends her usual hook-laden jazzed-out pop a gentle gravity. From opening track (and single), the mournful ode to numbness "Don't Believe in Love," on, the British singer belies a soulless exterior with a deeply soulful center. While perhaps not as forlorn as her ancient namesake, Dido is ever prey to a Tom Waits-style world weariness, yet bound to a radio-ready ray of hope, a combination that comes to a maturity on SAFE TRIP HOME.
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