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Pop - Released March 8, 2019 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd

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Dido’s fifth studio album Still on My Mind was produced with her elder brother and long-time partner in crime Rollo Armstrong (who is also co-founder of the electronic group, Faithless). “It was made in such an easy way, all the vocals recorded on the sofa, a lot of it recorded at home”, the famous performer of the hits Thank You and Here With Me explained. Over the course of 12 songs the two artists tried to encapsulate all the musical styles they loved, from 90’s dance and dream pop to folk and hip-hop. Putting the finishing touches to this colourful array of genres are stunning background vocals (Give You Up) and a melancholic piano (Walking By). The lyrics of the album generally revolve around the theme of love, whether in a positive light relating to the power of music (You Don’t Need a God) or being hurt by someone (Give You Up). Dido (whose real name is Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O’Malley Armstrong), dedicated this collection of songs to her young son which is perhaps the reason why these tracks almost seem like lullabies, especially Still on My Mind and the beautiful melody in Some Kind of Love. Accompanied by a simple acoustic guitar, her gentle voice performs wonders. © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz
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Pop - Released March 8, 2019 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd

Dido’s fifth studio album Still on My Mind was produced with her elder brother and long-time partner in crime Rollo Armstrong (who is also co-founder of the electronic group, Faithless). “It was made in such an easy way, all the vocals recorded on the sofa, a lot of it recorded at home”, the famous performer of the hits Thank You and Here With Me explained. Over the course of 12 songs the two artists tried to encapsulate all the musical styles they loved, from 90’s dance and dream pop to folk and hip-hop. Putting the finishing touches to this colourful array of genres are stunning background vocals (Give You Up) and a melancholic piano (Walking By). The lyrics of the album generally revolve around the theme of love, whether in a positive light relating to the power of music (You Don’t Need a God) or being hurt by someone (Give You Up). Dido (whose real name is Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O’Malley Armstrong), dedicated this collection of songs to her young son which is perhaps the reason why these tracks almost seem like lullabies, especially Still on My Mind and the beautiful melody in Some Kind of Love. Accompanied by a simple acoustic guitar, her gentle voice performs wonders. © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz
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Pop - Released November 22, 2013 | RCA Records Label

The phenomenally successful, multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter, who has released just four studio albums in her 14-year career, finally presents her inaugural Greatest Hits compilation. The album includes all of her biggest tunes, including the U.K. top five singles "Here with Me," "Thank You," and "White Flag."
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Pop/Rock - Released September 22, 2003 | Arista

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Pop/Rock - Released November 28, 2008 | Sony BMG Music UK

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Pop/Rock - Released November 28, 2008 | Sony BMG Music UK

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Pop/Rock - Released November 14, 2008 | Cheeky Records

Perhaps even Dido realized that the chief criticism lodged against her first two albums was that they were a bit too placid, so she decided to change things, albeit subtly, on her third, Safe Trip Home. This album appears five years after 2003's Life for Rent, which is only a year longer than the gap between No Angel and Life, yet it feels like it had a longer gestation: Dido's songs are subtler and richer, and so is the production, largely a collaboration with Jon Brion but also featuring Brian Eno on "Grafton Street." These are two of an impressive lineup of guests who range from Mick Fleetwood to Citizen Cope and ?uestlove from the Roots, but don't be mistaken in thinking that this is a dramatic break from Dido's elegant, shimmering past: it's a deepening, adding layers and textures, both musical and emotional, that are apparent upon the first listen but reveal themselves more with repeat spins. This is less about the surface -- something that Life for Rent could sometimes seem to be all about -- than what's underneath, as Dido's songs here gently hook their way into the subconscious on. There are melancholic edges, but it's not haunting, it's comforting, reassuring music that's quietly powerful, music that Dido hinted at before but never quite made. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Pop/Rock - Released March 1, 2013 | RCA Records Label

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. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Pop/Rock - Released June 1, 1999 | Arista

U.K. chanteuse Dido uses her undisputed pop vocal smarts to enchant the listener from the outset of her solo debut No Angel. Captivating songs laced with electronica, trip-hop, and rock combine effortlessly with the singer/songwriter's sultry vocals to create a fresh-sounding, vibrant release. Tracks like "Don't Think of Me," "All You Want," and "Thank You," are strong and powerful but never overwhelming. There are also some more ambient-type cuts, such as "My Lover's Gone" and "Here with Me," where swirling, airy sound textures envelop the song. Throughout No Angel, Dido's melting vocals enfold the listener. Disarming cuts like "Honestly OK," "My Life," and "I'm No Angel," are immediately engaging. The album also includes a bonus track, "Take My Hand."
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Pop - Released November 12, 2018 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd

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Pop - Released November 22, 2013 | RCA Records Label

The phenomenally successful, multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter, who has released just four studio albums in her 14-year career, finally presents her inaugural Greatest Hits compilation. The album includes all of her biggest tunes, including the U.K. top five singles "Here with Me," "Thank You," and "White Flag."
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Pop - Released September 8, 2003 | Arista

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Pop - Released March 1, 2019 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Pop/Rock - Released June 13, 2005 | Arista

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Pop - Released December 21, 2018 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Pop/Rock - Released March 1, 2013 | RCA Records Label

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. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Pop/Rock - Released November 14, 2008 | Cheeky Records

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Pop - Released June 14, 1999 | Arista

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Pop - Released February 22, 2019 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Pop - Released November 28, 2008 | Sony BMG Music UK