Speak For Yourself by Imogen Heap

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I heard track 5 "Hide and Seek" on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic and bought the album. I promptly listened to that one track on repeat for about an hour on my next drive to work.

As it turns out, the rest of the album is nothing like the HIde and Seek track, but is some standard electro-pop st...more


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  • esh

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    I heard track 5 "Hide and Seek" on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic and bought the album. I promptly listened to that one track on repeat for about an hour on my next drive to work. As it turns out, the rest of the album is nothing like the HIde and Seek track, but is some standard electro-pop stuff instead. Ah well, I still listen to track 5 with its electronically processed, extremely tight, acapella vocals. I'd recommend buying the one track instead of the album, especially since the CD has the Sony copy protection on it (though that doesn't affect my experience on Ubuntu Linux).

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  • miss_m

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    This is definitely music to be energised by and motivate you!

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  • jlbenter

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    She is simply amazing and my favorite of all time. She does everything on her own and she amazing to see in concert. I highly recommend checking her out if you have not yet.

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  • someh

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    This album is my PERMANENT playlist. It's basically describing my music to a "T" I recommend it!

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  • chad

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    ... I guess I'm maybe just getting a little nostalgic. You know, for some of the all time best OC moments. Besides that, good album.

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