|Sia Colour the Small One
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|5.0 classic||David James Young | January 30th 10|
Sia Furler has cemented herself as one of the most important figures in contemporary Australian music. Her passionate, soulful voice is matched with clever, wry and emotional lyrics that drive unique love ballads like "Sweet Potato" and gorgeous tales of infatuation such as "Natalie's Song". The international hit in "Breathe Me" is also of strong note, standing the test of time as a song of all-time greatness and instant recognition amongst ears of finer taste. The energy levels may vary between each track (from the percussive groove of "The Bully" to the all out finale of "Where I Belong"), but there isn't a single song here that will disinterest you as a listener - Colour The Small One is an audio experience of beauty, sweetness and grace; and easily one of Australia's most essential 21st century recordings. Bliss.
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|4.0 excellent||Akirapap | April 27th 10|
breath me did it for her and i only know of this song because of six feet under (amazing show by the way) so i got the album and it was relaxing but her voice makes me want to cry.
|5.0 classic||Candiloveshermonkey | July 4th 09|
Great background music, But something you can lose yourself in for the music, it is slightly eclectic, and the lyrics are turbulent yet serene. Just love this album!
|4.0 excellent||captainbrett | December 24th 08|
it's pretty, moving, euphoric. Also, groovy cover to cover. Discovered her while wiki-ing Zero 7.
|3.0 good||Matski | November 7th 14|
|3.5 great||ariich | October 5th 14|
|3.0 good||David | July 8th 14|
|4.0 excellent||vi | April 1st 14|
|4.0 excellent||Pndi | February 8th 14|
|4.0 excellent||parf | June 21st 10|
|3.5 great||RedSky | January 30th 10|
|3.0 good||Banion | January 4th 10|
|4.0 excellent||Sach360 | December 2nd 09|
|3.0 good||Writer | November 18th 09|
|3.0 good||duma57 | November 6th 09|
|3.5 great||lucati | October 11th 09|
|4.0 excellent||Kiron | October 9th 08|
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