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Dido - Life for Rent (2003) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl
10 This land is mine.flac   80.04 MB
09 Do you have a little time.flac   80.82 MB
11 See the sun.flac   102.72 MB
12 Closer.flac   66.24 MB
Dido - Life for rent.txt   562 Byte
08 Sand in my shoes.flac   103.73 MB
07 Who makes you feel.flac   89.2 MB
03 Life for rent.flac   79.42 MB
02 Stoned.flac   125.37 MB
04 Mary's in India.flac   71.4 MB
05 See you when you're 40.flac   105.81 MB
06 Don't leave home.flac   77.74 MB
01 White flag.flac   85.28 MB

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Dido - Life for Rent (2003) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl

Released: 2003
Genre: Pop/Rock
Style: Alternative
Codec: FLAC
Bit Rate: ~ 2,800 kbps
Bits Per Sample: 24
Sample Rate: 96,000 Hz

Side A:
01. White Flag
02. Stoned
03. Life For Rent
04. Mary's In India
05. See You When You're 40
06. Don't Leave Home

Side B:
07. Who Makes You Feel
08. Sand In My Shoes
09. Do You Have A Little Time
10. This Land Is Mine
11. See The Sun
12. Closer

Life for Rent doesn't offer anything that drastically different from Dido's debut album, No Angel -- the dance beats are marginally fresher, the production is clean and new -- but this predictibility is actually rather refreshing because the album delivers on its promise, unlike many sophomore affairs in 2003. That its promise is rather modest doesn't really matter, since Dido is successful at modest songs. She has a sweet, warm voice and a knack for tuneful modern folk-pop that sounds intimate while being confidently catchy and nicely atmospheric. In other words, it retains the feel of No Angel and its two big hits, "Here With Me" and "Thank You," without ever rewriting either song, but contributing songs like "White Flag," "Stoned," "Life for Rent," and "Do You Have a Little Time," which are nearly as memorable. The appeal of Life for Rent is what makes Dido appealing -- she's unassuming and gentle, but her songs are so melodic and atmospheric they easily work their way into the subconscious, and the records are well-crafted enough to be engaging on repeated plays. So, Life for Rent isn't much different than its predecessor, but that's a very good thing in this case.

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