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Colour The Small One [16 Tracks] CD (2006)

Artist: Sia

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Boring Soundtrack

on 4/19/2006

This album is actually WAY too mellow. There aren't any really catchy songs-- everything is very forgettable. Also, it sounds a lot like a movie soundtrack, since the music sort of fades into the background for most, if not all, of the album. She has a great voice, but she needs much better songs to sing. A disappointment.

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Sia: Sia (guitar). Personnel: Sia, Sia (vocals, glockenspiel); Kevin Cormack (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, accordion, drums, percussion); Jimmy Hogarth (guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards, percussion, programming); Felix Howard (acoustic guitar); Martin Slattery (electric guitar, flute, clarinet, horns, piano, keyboards, chimes); The London Session Orchestra, Gavyn Wright (strings); Felix Bloxsom (marimba, drums, hi-hat); Arnulf Lindner (double bass); Jeremy Stacey (drums); Sophie Barker, Yvonne John Lewis (background vocals). Additional personnel: The London Session Orchestra. Audio Mixer: Tchad Blake. Audio Remixers: Four Tet; Ulrich Schnauss. On her first internationally released album, COLOUR THE SMALL ONE, Australian singer Sia Furler presents a graceful and assured set that is rooted in chilled-out electronica. This may come as no surprise to fans of Sia's work with Zero 7, though instead of attempting to re-create that group's lounge/jazz sound, she opts for a gentle, folk-tinged vibe, even enlisting Beck for a writing assist on "The Bully," a breezy, though slightly ominous, track. The real standout of COLOUR, however, is "Breathe Me," a gorgeously spare, soulful tune that was prominently featured in the final season of the lauded TV series SIX FEET UNDER. Exuding an invitingly dreamy atmosphere, Sia's record is sure to garner a coveted spot in caf‚ rotation alongside Beth Orton, Bjork, and other like-minded artists. (Note: The U.S. version includes four bonus tracks, including remixes of "Breathe Me" by Four Tet and Ulrich Schnauss.)

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Label Astralwerks / Emd
SKU 202144247
UPC 094634810326
UPC 14 00094634810326
Format CD
Release Date 1/10/2006
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