Download links and information about Red by Dia Frampton. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:45 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Don't Kick the Chair (feat. Kid Cudi)||3:34|
|3.||The Broken Ones||4:14|
|5.||I Will (feat. Blake Shelton)||3:28|
|6.||Billy the Kid||3:47|
|12.||Hearts Out to Dry||4:04|
After the dissolution of Meg & Dia (a duo with her sister), Dia Frampton went solo. Her debut album, Red, picks up where she left off as second runner-up for the 2011 season of NBC’s The Voice: test-driving her vocal cords with a myriad of commercial-friendly musical genres. Kid Cudi lends his laidback rhyming style to the opening cut, “Don’t Kick the Chair”; it's an uplifting slice of polished indie pop with melodies catchier than a TV jingle. “Isabella” shifts gears to drive a rootsy folk-pop number with banjo, glockenspiel, and propulsive rhythms. Blake Shelton (Frampton’s coach on The Voice) joins her on the heartfelt country-pop duet “I Will,” where dramatic countrypolitan string arrangements help turn it into an insta-hit of Nashvegas proportions. She switches things up yet again with “Billy the Kid,” a quirky dance-club jam in the spirit of Lady GaGa. Frampton even takes on a singer/songwriter role with “Daniel,” an acoustic coffeehouse-style ditty.