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Count to Ten

Tina Dico

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Customer Reviews

Zero-7's Great Advisary

Tina has a magnificent voice it just vibrates a sound that paralizes your thoughts....Her album radiates in that same charm especially Sacre Coeur my favorite track from this album. I wish she would think about doing electronic again like Sia. Zero-7 needs her back and so does the electronic cult of fushion jazz beats and radiant vocals. Great songwriter, great vocalist and a decent album...

Tina's Best to Date!

Following the international success of 'In the Red', Tina captures the very essence of every emotion you could possibly think of with her simple guitar melodies and utterly haunting lyrics. 'Count to Ten' embodies the rawness of Tina's vocal and songwriting talent. Songs like "Sacre Coeur" and "Cruel to the Sensitive Kind" will leave you tingling... literally.

Best Album of Tina Dico!

Even though I only own one of Tina's CDs (In The Red) I have listened to many songs from her other albums and I can easily say that "Count to Ten" is the best work that Tina has done. The songs on this CD have a different tone to them than from her previous CDs and it is the way that Tina has written these songs that make them stand out more to people and are more deep and meaningful.


Born: October 14, 1977 in Aarhus, Denmark

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

With heavenly vocals and a poignant writing style, singer/songwriter Tina Dico has topped the charts repeatedly in her native Denmark, caught the ear of Zero 7, and earned a Danish Grammy for Best Songwriter. As she was growing up, her father was a hi-fi aficionado and bought music based on the recording quality, not the genre or artistic merit. This introduced young Tina to a variety of styles, and while she gravitated toward Leonard...
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