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Album Review

Differences between Dido albums can be measured on a small sliding scale. She never changes her style but she does change her sound, however subtly. Girl Who Got Away, her fourth album and first in five years, differs from its predecessor, the meticulously woven Safe Trip Home. That was an album tailored for domesticity, while Girl Who Got Away is a soundtrack for a night out, going so far as to make space for a guest spot for Kendrick Lamar, the alt-crossover rapper du jour of 2013. Dido's night on the town isn't quite a dingy pub crawl: it's tasting menus and craft cocktails where the crowds bustle but never jostle. Sophistication is a given, but there's a surprising undercurrent of sensuality that runs throughout the album, a sleekness that suggests a distillation of the stiff club-soul of Elle Goulding, a shimmer that blends quite seamlessly with Dido's sculpted songs. As a particularly affectless singer, Dido is quite adaptable to her gently shifting surroundings, so she feels perfectly at home in this neon-streaked production, savoring how it swings from understated but insistent beats to a soft acoustic bed. Perhaps it's lifestyle music, designed to reflect the aspirations and desires of her audience, but it's impeccably executed and slyly seductive lifestyle music. Halfway through, Girl Who Got Away sucks you into its sway, its comforts as alluring as they are elusive.

Customer Reviews

Could have been better

Her first albums were so good that I think her peak has been reached.
I have just received the new CD in the mail. I don't think she would be proud of the booklet design done by Teo Connor Studio. The photos are dreary and unflattering and why oh why do designers try and squash so much text into such a small area, then they use colours which are almost the same colour as the photo or image the text runs across, makeing it unreadable. I for one likes to sit down, listen to the album and read the information, including the producers and who the mastering is done by. So I am disappointed, Teo Connor Studio, lift your game.
I do like the album though! it should be better after a few more listens.

Go Dreaming

Key Tracks here are 'Go Dreaming', & 'Love to Blame', but its a pretty good album overall, the remix is a waste of time however.

um..

..when was dido's last album? lol

Biography

Born: 25 December 1971 in Kensington, London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The electronic pop chanteuse Dido entered London's Guildhall School of Music at age six; by the time she reached her teens, the budding musician had already mastered piano, violin, and recorder. After touring with a British classical ensemble, she accepted a publishing job. Meanwhile, she sang with a series of local groups before joining the trip-hop outfit Faithless -- helmed by her older brother, the noted DJ and producer Rollo -- in 1995. The group released its debut album, Reverence, the following...
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