"Leslie Feist's CV boasts appearances on records by Norweigan folkies Kings Of Convenience, indie collective Broken Social Scene and the scary, hairy Peaches; all of which gives little clue as to the direction of her major label debut 'Let It Die'. Thankfully it’s an instantly accessible mix of minimal jazzy arrangements, sensual ballads and well-honed doo-wop and folk influences. 'Mushaboom' is a quirky pop original, while the Bee Gees' 'Inside And Out' is given a delicately funky, Gallic spin. Feist's honey-coated voice glues the various styles together, her breathy tones more than making up for the fact that there’s not a collaborator in sight."
No, this isn't the one with 1234, the ipod ad song, but it's still good.
9% quidco as usual.