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Critics' Reviews

80
Boston Globe: 

It's taken nine years and two tries, but Dido has finally given her debut the follow-up it deserves.

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80
Billboard: 

There isn't a standout single, but this is Dido's most fully realized and elegantly rendered collection.

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80
Billboard: 

There isn't a standout single, but this is Dido's most fully realized and elegantly rendered collection.

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80
Boston Globe: 

It's taken nine years and two tries, but Dido has finally given her debut the follow-up it deserves.

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75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

The emotion in these sad, subtle songs seems inherent enough, though you may still find yourself wishing she'd allowed the slightest hint of it to creep into her voice.

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75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

The emotion in these sad, subtle songs seems inherent enough, though you may still find yourself wishing she'd allowed the slightest hint of it to creep into her voice.

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70
ROLLING STONE: 

Dido's voice is so comforting, you almost miss the blues it conceals.

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70
ROLLING STONE: 

Dido's voice is so comforting, you almost miss the blues it conceals.

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60
The Guardian: 

It's potentially affecting stuff, and the gentleness of the production--several songs sound as though they were recorded by candlelight--heightens the atmosphere of desolation and fragility. The problem is Dido's soft voice: it's so lacking in expressiveness that words and emotions drift by, too wan to strike home.

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60
The Guardian: 

It's potentially affecting stuff, and the gentleness of the production--several songs sound as though they were recorded by candlelight--heightens the atmosphere of desolation and fragility. The problem is Dido's soft voice: it's so lacking in expressiveness that words and emotions drift by, too wan to strike home.

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