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Customer Reviews

Sia The Songbird!

We’re treated to some well-crafted slices of electro-pop in the form of 'The Girl You Lost' and 'Buttons', irrespective of the dark subject matters involved. These tracks sit by an unashamedly twee album centrepiece featuring a guest appearance from Beck on backing vocals. For all its cute folkiness, the track in question, 'Academia', manages to stand up for itself on account of its rapidly-delivered lyrics and fuzzy electronic backbone, all amounting to some pretty stirring stuff indeed.

Brilliant but...

...iTunes, any chance of you catching up a bit on Sia's releases? SOME PEOPLE HAVE REAL PROBLEMS has just been re-energised with a bonus disc of remixes, she also released a stunning debut, HEALING IS DIFFICULT, and has been remixed countless times. More SIA please?!?!?!?

People are finally catching on...

Adelaide-born Aussie gal Sia released this album back in 2008 in the US, and the album was able to slowly build a following on the back of the success she had with 'Breathe Me' from her earlier album 'Colour the Small One' before she launched it in Australia. Following the success of the (almost internet only!) single 'Buttons,' 'Soon We'll Be Found' was the key single in Australia that really got things moving down under for Sia in 2009. I'm not too sure about the classification in the iTunes review describing the music as 'Mum Rock' or something similar - this album is a soulful, pop-fuelled showcase for that unique and smoky voice, as well as the fantastic talents of Sia as songwriter (with help along the way from Directions in Groove's Sam Dixon, also her 'musical director' and bass player in her live band, as well as Rick Nowels and Greg Kurstin, who has recently produced Lily Allen's recent chart-topper, 'It's not Me, It's You.') Listen to this music for intricate melodies, great arrangements, soulful ballads, fun funk and heavy grooves, but most importantly listen to it for the great songs.


Born: 18 December 1975 in Adelaide, South Australia, Austra

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In a career filled with ups and downs, Sia Furler has been an in-demand guest vocalist; a quirky singer-songwriter; a hitmaker for the likes of Rihanna and Beyoncé; and more popular than ever as an artist in her own right in the 2010s. Although raised in Australia, Furler rose to fame after moving to the U.K., where she worked as a guest vocalist for several groups — including the electronica duo Zero 7 — and released her own solo albums. Born in 1975, she first performed on the Adelaide...
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