Safe Trip Home is the warm, moving and wonderfully musical third album from Dido, the London-born singer-songwriter with the cracked-crystal voice. Dido's softly-expressed thoughts, parables, feelings, hopes and concerns flow unfettered from Safe Trip Home. It is a record of love and loss, strength and surrender, highs and lows.
Safe Trip Home is the warm, moving and wonderfully musical third album from Dido, the London-born singer-songwriter with the cracked-crystal voice. Dido's softly-expressed thoughts, parables, feelings, hopes and concerns flow unfettered from Safe Trip Home. It is a record of love and loss, strength and surrender, highs and lows.
886973070925
Safe Trip Home

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Format: CD
Label: ARISTA
Catalog: 30709
Rel. Date: 11/18/2008
UPC: 886973070925

Safe Trip Home
Artist: Dido
Format: CD
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Safe Trip Home is the warm, moving and wonderfully musical third album from Dido, the London-born singer-songwriter with the cracked-crystal voice. Dido's softly-expressed thoughts, parables, feelings, hopes and concerns flow unfettered from Safe Trip Home. It is a record of love and loss, strength and surrender, highs and lows.

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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. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. - Wikipedia

Word is that Eminem is finally concocting his long-awaited fifth album; wonder if he’ll enlist his former "Stan" collaborator for a triumphant comeback. The Londoner hasn’t lost her penchant for detached seduction, claiming "I don’t believe in love" in the track of the same name, while simultaneously longing for "safe hands" and "going to bed with arms around me." Mick Fleetwood, Brian Eno and Jon Brion lend their expertise.