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Dido - Safe Trip Home Album

Dido - Safe Trip Home Album

  • Performer: Dido
  • Genre: Electronic / Pop
  • Title: Safe Trip Home
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Downtempo, Ballad, Vocal
  • Label: Not On Label
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2751 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2367 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 767


1Northern Skies8:57
2Let's Do The Things We Normally Do4:10
3It Comes And It Goes3:28
4Never Want To Say It's Love3:35
5Us 2 Little Gods4:49
6Don't Believe In Love3:53
7Quiet Times3:17
8The Day Before The Day4:13
9Look No Further3:14
10Grafton Street5:58
11Burnin Love4:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88697 41122 2Dido Safe Trip Home ‎(CD, Album)RCA Label Group, Cheeky Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697 41122 2Europe2008
88697162972Dido Safe Trip Home ‎(CD, Album, Car)RCA Label Group, Cheeky Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697162972Hong Kong2008
88697162972Dido Safe Trip Home ‎(CD, Album, Car)Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697162972Argentina2008
88697307092Dido Safe Trip Home ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Arista , Sony BMG Music Entertainment 88697307092Russia2008
88697 40321 20Dido Safe Trip Home ‎(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Dig)Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697 40321 20Mexico2008


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Safe Trip Home is the third studio album by Dido. It was released in the United Kingdom on 17 November 2008. The album features collaborations and production with Jon Brion, her brother Rollo Armstrong, Brian Eno, Mick Fleetwood, Citizen Cope and Questlove. The album was the 44th best-selling album worldwide of 2008, according to IFPI and has sold 1 million of copies since then. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Grafton Street No more trips to Grafton Street, No more goin' there, To see you lying still, While we all come and go. 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. Safe Trip Home. Pop 2008. Other Versions. 15 Songs. Music Videos. Don't Believe In Love. More by Dido. Girl Who Got Away. Safe Trip Home is the third album by British singer-songwriter Dido, released on 17 November 2008. Most songs on the album dealt with the death of Didos father, William Armstrong. When I write songs, its very private, Im not really thinking anybodys going to hear them. I did some gigs and it was quite hardcore. I thought, do I really want to go through this night after night , she said, realising she couldnt take the album on the road. I used to see the world in terms of the songs that he sang for us. He was a truly kind, gentle and intelligent man, and I was so close to him. Songs in album Dido - Safe Trip Home 2008. Dido - Don't Believe in Love. Dido - Quiet Times. Dido - Never Want To Say It's Love. Dido - Grafton Street. Dido : Safe Trip Home,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Pop Rock. Список групп Pop Rock Dido Safe Trip Home. Добавить тексты песен альбома. Добавить рецензию. Add an audio file. Dido : Safe Trip Home. The album features collaborations and production with Jon Brion, her brother Rollo Armstrong, Brian Eno, Mick Fleetwood, Citizen Cope and album was the 44th best-selling album worldwide of 2008, according to IFPI. Background and production On the day the album title was announced, 22 August 2008, the album track, Look No Further, was released as a free digital download through her official website. The lead single from Safe Trip Home, Don't Believe i. Safe Trip Home totally took me by surprise. I had purchased No Angel, the first album by Dido, when it came out in 1999. After one of its songs, Thank You, became the song-you-grew-to-hate through its merciless overexposure, I figured I had quite enough of her to last me a lifetime. I only sought out Safe Trip Home because of a contribution by Brian Eno on one of its songs, Grafton Street. Say what you will about Dido, she's certainly dependable for though she's travelled the world since 2003's 'Life for Rent', her musical journey appears to have stalled at the front door. Pick of the Album: 'Grafton Street': the best of a bland bunch. Download the new Independent Premium app. Sharing the full story, not just the headlines