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Safe Trip Home
 : Safe Trip Home



by: Dido


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Arista
EAN: 0886973070925
Item Dimensions: 3055414497
Label: Sony Legacy
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
MPN: 886973070925
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 18, 2008
Publisher: Sony Legacy
Release Date: November 18, 2008
Running Time: 50 minutes
Studio: Sony Legacy




Disc 1:
  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. The Day Before The Day
  9. Let's Do The Things We Normally Do
  10. Burnin Love
  11. Northern Skies
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Dido's Safe Trip Home album was produced by Jon Brion (Kanye West, Fiona Apple), Rollo (Faithless, New Order) and Dido. This album's first single is 'Don't Believe In Love'. Propelled by the massive hit 'White Flag,' Life For Rent sold 8 million units worldwide, 2.1 million in the US. Dido is one of the world's best selling female artists of the new millennium, with only two studio albums and over 20 million in worldwide album sales. Dido's 2000 release No Angel has been certifi ed 4x Platinum in the US alone!

Amazon.com:
(Amazon.co.uk Review) Safe Trip Home, the third album from singer-songwriter Dido, sees the chanteuse cook up a slightly different ambience than on previous albums No Angel (1999) and Life for Rent (2003). Though her signature elements remain in place--the limited, slightly cracked falsetto; the dreamy, comforting trip-hop vibe--there seems to be an extra density to Safe Trip Home, doubtless provoked by the loss of her father in 2006. The added weight is predominantly in the lyrics, which tend to focus on loss and heartache, but there's extra detail and depth in the musicianship too, since Dido has been busy honing her skills as a multi-instrumentalist. Despite the denser themes, the music still drifts by in classic Dido style, moving smoothly through the insouciant “Don't Believe in Love", the aptly titled “Quiet Times", and “Never Want to Say It's Love", before arriving at the somber-yet-elegant six-minute standout “Grafton Street", co-written with Brian Eno and featuring Mick Fleetwood on drums. The rest of the album unfurls in similarly sophicticated fashion, featuring the folkish “Look No Further", the upbeat “Us 2 Little Gods", and a nine-minute poetic closer called “Northern Skies". Put simply, Safe Trip Home is Dido in superlative form. --Danny McKenna



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