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Album Review

Vocalist Dia Frampton's 2011 major-label debut, Red, is a sweet, melodic, and pop-oriented affair that builds upon her second-place finish in the 2011 season of NBC's The Voice. With a vocal quality that brings to mind a mix of the indie pop sweetness of Sixpence None the Richer's Leigh Nash with the earnest exuberance of country-pop star Taylor Swift, Frampton is a likable and familiar presence on record. Tracks such as the leadoff "Don't Kick the Chair" featuring rapper Kid Cudi and the rambling folk-rocker "Isabella" have an alternative singer/songwriter meets electronic pop vibe that fits nicely along with such similarly inclined artists as Ellie Goulding, Lights, and Alex Winston. Elsewhere, we get a country power ballad duet with Frampton's The Voice coach Blake Shelton, the screwball dance-club oddity "Billy the Kid," and various acoustic moments like the bittersweet "Daniel." Ultimately on Red, Frampton moves from electronic pop to dance-rock to folk-pop, letting her honey-sweet voice and emotionally compelling delivery carry you along for the ride.

Biography

Born: 03 October 1987 in Utah

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dia Frampton began her career as an alt-rocker, logging three summers on the Warped Tour and releasing several albums as part of Meg & Dia, a sister duo that also featured her older sister. Formed in Draper, Utah, the group relocated to Salt Lake City in 2005, where the sisters began recruiting additional members for their live band. Meg & Dia eventually became a fairly successful indie act, prompting Warner Bros. to sign the girls and release their third album, Here, Here and Here, in April...
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Red, Dia Frampton
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  • €9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 06 December 2011

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