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No Angel

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  • Audio CD (July 27 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B00000IAU3
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 721 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #561 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Here With Me
2. Hunter
3. Don't Think Of Me
4. My Lover's Gone
5. All You Want
6. Thank You
7. Honestly OK
8. Slide
9. Isobel
10. I'm No Angel
11. My Life
12. Take My Hand

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Japanese version featuring 2 bonus tracks: 'Worthless' & 'Me'.

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Dido's debut is moulded from Sarah McLachlan's intimate soul, Sinead O'Connor's Celtic yelp, and Beth Orton's morose resolve--with all the sharp edges rounded out. Sculpted by producers Rollo (her brother) and techno-scientist Youth, No Angel is dream-pop mixed with Portishead-esque trip-hop; the results are mid-tempo ballads that would feel at home in Seal's neighbourhood. The melancholy opener, "Here With Me", incorporates acoustic rhythm guitar, fluid strings and a snare-driven tempo that simulates the slapping of rain on a windscreen. "My Lover's Gone" is ethereal and misty, sounding at once ancient and modern with its synthesised ocean sounds and seagull cries. The only clunker is "Don't Think of Me", a passive, soft-bellied cousin to Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know". These songs play out beautifully in that quiet zone between slumber and consciousness--where you can see everything behind closed eyes. --Beth Massa


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By Stella Carrier TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 30 2015
Format: Audio CD
I confess that I first heard Here With Me on a radio station around September 2000. However,No Angel by Dido is also one of those music sets that brings back positive memories for me of music cds I was listening to around the time I first met my husband (we met 2002 , got engaged 2003, and married 2004). No Angel by Dido has the well-known Here With Me and uplifting Thank You. There is also other meaningful songs such as All You Want (although I admit that Take My Hand is also one of my faves from No Angel by Dido). Either way, No Angel by Dido is perfect for eclectic music lovers who also listen to pop music from the late 1990’s, early 2000s.
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Dido has broken onto the scene with a debut album resonant with folk lyrics yet clearly in the pop genre.

Her songwriting is strongly reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, yet certainly her style is her own. "Here with Me" and "Hunter" are signature tunes, but others are reasonably quite haunting ("Honestly OK" and "Thank You").

This would be one of my picks for being marooned with on a 'desert isle'.
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By A Customer on July 6 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those albums that deserved to sell millions of copies. I understand why so many people compare her to Sarah McLachlan and Sinead O'Connor, but that isn't a bad thing at all. Would you rather hear someone who sounds like those two great artists or someone who sounds like the latest cookie cutter teen pop tart? Dido's voice is not interchangeable with most of what's out there right now, and that's what I like about her.
1)Here With Me: this song never gets old. It's one of my favorite songs on the album.
2)Hunter: a really good song. She sounds really good here.
3)Don't Think of Me: could have been a really big hit. She nails this song.
4)My Lover's Gone: very cool song. I really like it.
5)All You Want: worth the price of the CD alone. I like the little twist at the end.
6)Thank You: this song was deservedly a big hit. Somehow I never got sick of it.
7)Honestly OK: another really good song.
8)Slide: I like this song a lot. It is very good.
9)Isobel: she finds an interesting way to sing about a controversial topic. It's a good song.
10)I'm No Angel: I like this song. It is a good song for her.
11)My Life: one of my favorites. She sounds really good here.
12)Take my Hand: another great song. It could have been a big hit.
You can't go wrong with this album. It is very good and it's about as good as debut albums get.
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this is an excellent album. i bought the cd after i first heard "here with me" way back in 1999. i thought it was a very clever song , and that dido had one of the most unique voices i have heard. buying this album, was a right desicion. "here with me" is a very good radio song, but it is one that,i have never, i mean never have gotten bored of. it really is that good. hunter, is another great song. as well as "don't think of me" , "all you want", "thank you" which is another of one of "our songs" between my boyfriend and I. other good tracks are "i'm no angel" and i really , really like the track "take my hand" which is a really cool, dance number. the thing to note about dido's music, is that everything from dido's voice, the lyrics and the production are awesome. i want to say that this album is more of a pop-rock chillout album. hmm... a new music category? (lol) i think a lot of people can relate to dido's music, because it gets personal. you can really relate to what she is singing, which is rare. i have to say that this is one of my favorite albums that i have ever owned. it came out in 1999 and here it is 2004 and i am still playing it more than most of my other 300 or so cd's..... the only exception... her second cd, which sounds just as good as this one!!!!!
a "real must buy"
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It's no news to anyone that Dido was shot out of relative obscurity into worldwide fame when Eminem used a portion of her song 'Thank You' in his huge hit 'Stan'. However, she should not be pushed aside and thought of only as "that girl who sat on the toilet and sang a couple lines in a pretty good rap song". Dido is an amazing talent, and definitely deserves all the publicity and success she receives. If you're a fan of amazing lyrics, genuine beauty, and simple - though still amazing - music, Dido is your kind of musician.
A voice that is beautiful, pure, and soulful all in one, helps to set Dido apart for the crowd of other "pop-stars" her age. She also has true talent (which is oftentimes quite rare in the music industry these days), which can be adored by music lovers of all kinds. She writes as though she has experienced life from many perspectives, and it seems impossible to doubt that she has when listening to any of her lyrics. My personal favorite tracks are 'Hunter', 'Don't Think Of Me', 'Honestly OK', 'Isobel', and 'Take My Hand'. I'd recommend Dido's 'No Angel' to all fans of soulful, personal, and very inspiring music. And if you like what you hear, Dido's sophomore release, 'Life For Rent' is just as good as - if not better than - 'No Angel'.
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