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The electronic pop chanteuse Dido entered London's Guildhall School of Music at age six; by the time she reached her teens, the budding musician had already mastered piano, violin, and recorder. After touring with a British classical ensemble, she accepted a publishing job. Meanwhile, she sang with a series of local groups before joining the trip-hop outfit Faithless -- helmed by her older brother, the noted DJ and producer Rollo -- in 1995. The group released its debut album, Reverence, the following year. It went on to sell over five million copies worldwide, and Dido parlayed her newfound success into a solo deal with Arista Records. Dido's ethereal solo material combined elements of acoustic pop and electronica. She released her debut LP, No Angel, in mid-1999, and supported the release by joining the Lilith Fair tour that summer. However, her biggest break arrived in 2000, when rap superstar Eminem sampled one of her tracks, "Thank You," for the chorus of his hit single "Stan." The result was a surprisingly touching song, and demand for the Dido original quickly escalated. "Thank You" became a Top Five smash in early 2001, as did the accompanying No Angel, whose album sales topped 12 million copies worldwide by the time Dido returned to the spotlight two years later. In September 2003, she released her long-awaited follow-up, Life for Rent. This sophomore effort was layered with personal hardship and heartbreak, marking some of Dido's more honest material yet. An eagerly anticipated record, it became one of the fastest-selling albums in U.K. history, quickly going multi-platinum at home while also moving several million copies in America. Following a world tour, Dido once again retreated from the public eye in 2005 to work on her third solo release. Safe Trip Home arrived in 2008, featuring collaborations with Brian Eno, Mick Fleetwood, and Citizen Cope. Shortly after this, she recorded the single "Everything to Lose," which subsequently appeared on the Sex and the City 2 soundtrack. In 2011, she worked with producer A.R Rahman on the single "If I Rise" and began work on her fourth studio album, Girl Who Got Away, with producers Rollo Armstrong and Jeff Bhasker, as well as guest producer Brian Eno on the track "Day Before We Went to War." Described by herself as a "big, fun electronic extravaganza," the album was scheduled for release in early 2013 ~ Jason Ankeny
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  1.   Song
  2.   Thank You
  3.   White Flag
  4.   Here with Me
  5.   Christmas Day
  6.   See the Sun
  7.   Let Us Move On
  8.   Sand in My Shoes
  9.   Don't Believe in Love
  10.   Grafton Street
  11.   Don't Leave Home
  12.   Take My Hand
  13.   No Freedom
  14.   My Lover's Gone
  15.   Let's Do the Things We Normally Do
  16.   I'm No Angel
  17.   The Day Before the Day
  18.   Northern Skies
  19.   Stoned
  20.   Don't Think of Me
  21.   NYC
  22.   Life for Rent
  23.   All You Want
  24.   My Life
  25.   Aurura
  26.   Isobel
  27.   Hunter
  28.   Stan
  29.   Day Before We Went to War
  30.   Loveless Hearts
  31.   Blackbird
  32.   Everything to Lose by Aaron Zigman
  33.   For One Day
  34.   Burnin Love
  35.   Look No Further
  36.   Quiet Times
  37.   Closer
  38.   This Land is Mine
  39.   See You When You're 40
  40.   Mary's in India
  41.   Honestly OK
  42.   A Gift from the Sky
  43.   If I Rise
  44.   One Step Too Far
  45.   Lost
  46.   Let's Runaway
  47.   Just Say Yes
  48.   All I See by Pete Miser
  49.   Love to Blame
  50.   Sitting on the Roof of the World
  51.   End of Night
  52.   Summer
  53.   It Comes and It Goes
  54.   Never Want to Say It's Love
  55.   Do You Have a Little Time
  56.   Who Makes You Feel
  57.   Worthless
  58.   Aurora
  59.   Are You Ready for Love
  60.   Slide
  61.   Happy New Year
  62.   Go Dreaming
  63.   Girl Who Got Away
  64.   Us 2 Little Gods
  65.   Across the View

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