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Girl Who Got Away (Deluxe Version)

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She has never disappointed us.

By the preview you can notice that she will deliver us another masterpiece. I feel like she is underappreciated sometimes, like by the people who classify her music as MOR. They just don't know what good music is anymore. Dido is one of the few artists I will always support, no matter what.

Dido

Dido went back to her old "No Angel" and "Life For Rent" roots for this album, but maintain the complex and soothing lyrics seen in "Safe Trip Home". The released tracks so far have been great. If you've never heard of Dido check out the songs "Life for Rent", "Sand in My Shoes", "Christmas Day" and "Don't Leave Home". Those are my favorites by her.

Ruined by stupid people talking

So most the album is lovely, with Dido's beautiful voice. Then suddenly in several of the songs, some stupid person comes on and starts talking for no reason. It is in no way pleasant, and their voices are especially grating. I think some people refer to this as "rap". I prefer to put a "c" at the beginning of that word. Why did she ruin the album by doing this? It's just awful. I think this is my last Dido purchase. Maybe I should just delete the songs with random talking and try to enjoy the rest, but why should I have to waste time doing this just to avoid my music library giving me a headache?

Biography

Born: December 25, 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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