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  • Audio CD (Oct. 4 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B005KC8TGA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,698 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sandra on Nov. 8 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
an excellent CD overall. great songs, great vocals, she still doesnt use her voice to it's full potential, I hear occasionally an example of great voice control and she could never be accused of being too elaborate with vocals, trills and frills and such. The drums and bass on this album are exciting and different, a bit of dub-step, lyrics and melodies are excellent.The only on e that really wasnt my thing was a montage of sounds at the end of the album, but I am sure there are those out there who will love it otherwise many of the songs are top 40 worthy I think. It is an excellent album. Well done Lights!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
Awesome Album! The more you'll listen to it the more you'll like it. Creative sound, remarkable lyrics, That girl is a genius and she is meeting the expectations of her fans.

Thanks Lights. I love your work.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RookieRecurve on Dec 4 2011
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This album relies heavily on synthetic sounds. Lights has a fantastic voice and she can alter it to match the sounds of the album. This is a great, non-mainstream sound and would be a great addition to anyones collection! Check it out!
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful
No "softmore slump" for Lights. Oct. 4 2011
By Darius Jackson - Published on
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Lights creeped onto the scene in 2009 with "The Listening" a fun, energetic, experimental debut album that had it's moments ("Savior"," Drive My Soul"), but had flaws that even Lights admitted earlier in the year, such as a tad too much auto-tune even for her liking. However, unlike most Artist that explode out of the gate with a giant debut album full of hits, only to have the inevitable follow up album be full of uninspired dribble and filler, Lights saved her best for last - and it certainly has payed off.

Enter Siberia. This album is excellent follow up to her debut effort. It's polished, it flows from one track to another, and diverse enough to keep you listening on repeat for quite some time. The album instantly sucks you in with the hypnotic titled track "Siberia", a melodic track that showcases Lights soothing vocals to a tee - no screaming, no whining, no wailing vocals, just a good opening track that relaxes you and leaves you impressed when over. The leading single "Toes" is perhaps the catchiest song on the album, the bumping synths definitely gets the toes tapping, and you will have "Oh, you capture my attention" stuck in your head for the weeks to follow. It's borderline criminal. "Timing Is Everything" "Banner" "Peace Sign" are all excellent tracks, each one showcasing how much Lights as matured her sound and voice since 2009. If you have doubts about Lights vocal range, one only has to listen to the chorus to "Flux and Flow"; a fat-sounding beat with some dubstep influence and an amazing chorus makes this one one of my favorites. "Fourth Dimension" has dubstep influence, but not overdone - which is a prevailing theme throughout the album, just enough to recognize, but not so much it drowns you out in disgust. These are just the tracks that caught my attention.

In conclusion Siberia is one of my favorites releases to come out of the abysmal over-saturated soup known as the "Music Industry" this year. The album is dark and moody, full of dance tracks, yet relaxing and calming enough to leave you refreshed. Lights voice, while no Adele or some other high profile singer, is very soothing and soulful. Her sound is easy on the ears and doesn't scream for too much attention. Siberia blends the soothing vocals perfectly with electronica, not one over-powering the other, which makes for an easy and accessible album to listen too. Lights is a proper artist, who is willing to fight tooth-and-nail to make an album that makes her happy, not the bean counters (the business man) I hope Lights sticks it out for a third album, her talent would be deeply missed if she decides to pursue other interest.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Siberia - Lights Oct. 31 2011
By xShotOfClarityx - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I preordered this cd with high hopes. Her first cd, "The Listening", was amazing and I expected great things. One thing is for sure, I was not disappointed, in fact quite the opposite. At first, I was a bit unsure with her new sound, but it quickly grew on me. Between her talent with her instruments, and her voice, with an uncanny ability to write her own songs, I can't decide what I enjoyed most. I'm beyond pleased with her newest cd, and can't wait for more. You certainly can't go wrong with this album.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Addicted to LIGHTS! April 27 2012
By JMel - Published on
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I love this album. I ordered the vinyl version of this album, (which it was packaged very well), and I haven't stopped listening to it since the day I bought it! She is an amazing talent. My favorite songs are Where the Fence is Low, Toes, Flux and Flow, and Fourth Dimension. It also had a card where you can download the Mp3 version of the album. All in all great buy!
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
You got pop in my dubstep! Oct. 11 2011
By Ihvahn - Published on
By marrying big, dirty synths and heavy beats with sweet vocals, Lights has created what I consider to be the cutting edge of mainstream music today. I think she recognizes that dubstep is the latest evolution in music and by including it in small doses in her own work, it seems she wants to use it to create yet another transformation. And extra kudos for going independent!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
No Sophomore Slump? Yeah right. June 1 2013
By Morph94 - Published on
I definitely had high expectations for this album, and I was definitely let down. I happily stumbled across 'The Listening', and I loved every single track on it. Her voice is absolutely amazing, and as a lyricist she can write some beautiful words. So forgive me if listening to Siberia was a letdown.

Originally, I wasn't even going to buy it. Her decision to dive into dubstep might've been good marketing to appeal to a younger audience, but songs that go 'wub wub' have never really appealed to me.

My biggest problem with this album was the terrible, stupid and out-of-place guest vocals by 'rapper' Shad. His placement on the album was completely unnecessary. He only appears in two tracks, but his singing was grating enough to warrant me going into Audacity and editing it out completely.

Lights needs to stay solo. Every time she's collaborated with another artist it's just turned out badly. Even her backup vocals on Owl City's 'All Things Bright and Beautiful' were a disappointment.

Overall, it's a decent album. It just could've been better.

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