Sandi Thom - Smile... It Confuses People (CD) £1.00 instore @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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The girl that webcast from her basement in Tooting to thousands of people across the globe now releases her debut single I wish I was a punk rocker (with flowers in my hair). Too broke to go on the road, 24 year old singer/songwriter Sandi Thom decided to set up a webcam in her South London flat and staged a three week world tour from the basement. She spread the word about the 21 Nights from Tooting tour via Myspace.com and her own site, inviting fans to watch the tour live on the web or in person at the very modest underground venue of her basement. Pulling in an audience of 70 on the first night, news of the gigs spread like wildfire on the internet and by the end of the tour she had 100,000 web viewers from as far afield as Russia, the USA and Pakistan.
Drawing on a musical palette that varies from Bob Dylan and Jeff Buckley through Carole King and Stevie Nicks to Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin, Sandi Thom joins the dots between black and white music. The album Smile It Confuses People seamlessly blends folk and soul strains and influences

1. When Horsepower Meant What It Said
2. I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker (With Flowers In My Hair)
3. Lonely Girl
4. Sunset Borderline
5. Little Remedy
6. Castles
7. What If I'm Right
8. Superman
9. Human Jukebox
10. Time
11. Time
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#1
This womans voice is worth far more than a pound.
#2
Love the fact that when she released 'I wish I was a punk rocker...' ppl like radio 1 were saying things like omg she's amazing, the next big thing, she's a superstar in the making. Then just a few months later it was completely the opposite with them saying we're not playing that rubbish etc. Shows how fickle the business is I suppose. After spending a summer looking after 50 or so kids who'd constantly sing that song I would buy the cd just to burn it in protest. Sorry Sandi, it's not your fault, but seriously... punk rocker who wear flowers in their hair probably got told to go elsewhere. For a quid it guess it'd make a good coaster or bird scarer...
#3
absolutely punk rockers with flowers in their hair?Hippies wore flowers you dumb ass how embarrassing!Hated that song for that retarded line and the people who bought that song must hate music.
#4
...Always been v. impressed with your music taste/deals .....until now :whistling:
#5
barbelith2000ad
absolutely punk rockers with flowers in their hair?Hippies wore flowers you dumb ass how embarrassing!Hated that song for that retarded line and the people who bought that song must hate music.


Whoooooosh! You completely missed the whole point of that song, didn't you? :p

Awful song, still, not worth the £1 asking price.
#6
spraint
Whoooooosh! You completely missed the whole point of that song, didn't you? :p

Awful song, still, not worth the £1 asking price.


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