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We Are Born

Sia
27 Sep 2010 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 18 Jun 2010
  • Release Date: 18 Jun 2010
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 46:25
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  • ASIN: B003YXSANY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,050 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Jun 2010
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Sia Furler is a very special singer, songwriter and performer.
Her penchent for dressing up in luminous stage outfits lives on
in the wonderfully quirky cover art of her splendid new album
'We Are Born'. Her 2008 release 'Some People Have Real Problems'
remains a firm favorite in The Wolf Cave (Mrs Wolf is an especially
big fan!) and gets an airing at least once a week.

The project contains thirteen new tracks and is perhaps her most
immediately accessible work to have appeared in the listening
world so-far. The sunny pop ambience which producer Greg Kurstin
weaves in and around the polished melodies suits her well, which in
no way implies that there has been a diminuition in Ms Furler's
wonderfully left-of-centre presence, or her capacity to light up the
sky with her distinctively soulful warble. A voice in a million!
(Listen to 'Be Good To Me' for immediate elucidation of her peerless
ability to communicate the heart and spirit of a fine song).

Cheerleader territory is not more than the length of a football pitch
away with the infectious handclaps and "Wo Wo Wo" vocal intrusions of
'Bring Night'. The spirit of the eighties is alive and well in songs like
'Clap Your Hands', 'Hurting Me Now' and 'The Co-Dependent', all cracking
tunes which Ms Furler brings to life with perky and quirky aplomb.

Madonna gets a nod and a wink with our heroine's nifty cover of
'Oh Father' from the 1989 album 'Like A Prayer'. It is a terrific
interpretation of a truly splendid composition, sung with real feeling.

My money's on 'I'm In Here', however, as the album's emotional axis.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on 23 Feb 2014
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I could listen to Sia's voice forever, this is maybe not as good as her last album but it's her and I think it's a grower. A great car album!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dennis on 27 Oct 2010
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I like Sia. I really really do. That breathy intimacy has an insidious charm and she is an artist of genuine soul. So... What happened?

This is not a bad album. Then again, I would not expect Sia to make a bad album. It is an album where the artist has decided to take a more pop focused approach. Again cool, no problem with that. It's just there's nothing here to make you want to come back and listen again and again. There's echoes of some other artists like Lily Allen and maybe Amy Whitehouse, but not once was my heart melted or have I been stopped in my tracks to ponder a songs beauty.

About two thirds into the album I started to lose interest. Songs appeared to squish into one another. I've never been especially patient and I may change my mind if I return in a couple months, but right now, I'm going back to "Colour the Small One" and "Some people have..." to bathe once again in honey.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Vic Sponge on 4 Sep 2010
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I have been a huge admirer of Sia since Zero 7 and have loved her solo music since seeing her live at Summer Sundae in 2004. Although she later said she found the experience a little odd, I was gobsmacked by her voice and her songs. I was astonished by her and her band that day, who were brilliant too. Simple set-up, and economical playing that perfectly complemented her voice. See her live if you can.

As for the new record, I prefer to hear her singing breathily and close to the mic, without being distracted by the over thought-out and fussy production on some of the songs here. The trio of songs of You're Hurting Me Now, Never Gonna Leave Me and Cloud deserve better treatment. The emotion and meanings get a little lost for me in the over-complicated instrumentation and uptempo arrangements. At then end of Big Girl Little Girl we get a glimpse of what might've been on some of these songs, with Sia singing alone over a piano. But the mood is then broken by a pointless cover of a Madonna song. For me, Sia can make anything sound good and she is an original interpreter of other people's songs, but this is just too familiar to listen to without hearing Madonna. I would rather have had another Sia original than this. Keep the covers for a covers album, and the studio fiddling to the remixes. 5 for Sia and the songs, 3 for the willfully across-the-board upbeat arrangements and over-production.
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By M. Cox on 31 Aug 2013
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Yes, I only discovered Sia due to Titanium, but I am so glad I did. This woman has a brilliant voice, with catchy songs that have depth as well as good beats. This woman should have the fame of someone like Gaga, because she has far more talent.
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By Gils on 8 April 2013
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This cd just makes me smile every time I listen to it. I first heard it 2 months ago and I'm not bored of it yet.
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I can`t understand why Sia is so unknown to European radio stations or music listeners. She deserve to be appresiated much more since she is so talented and creative. Not to mention her voice which is so easy to like. Hope her efforts with David Guetta will boost her career. I will look for conserts with year in Europe. D.Korsth, Norway
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By MR R Neilson on 9 Dec 2012
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I liked Some People Have Real Problems. This is slightly more upbeat, a great album with Sia's usual haunting vocals.
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