Ellipse - Imogen Heap Reviews
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by - written on 28/06/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Imogen Heap is a British singer and song writer from Essex who has been playing music since a young age and who has released three albums: iMegaphone (which is an anagram of her name Imogen Heap), Speak For Yourself and this one, Ellipse, which was the most recent one in 2009. She was also the singer of the band Frou Frou and released one album, Details, which I recently reviewed. Imogen Heap's style can be described as pop. It also has some dancy and electronic elements. Her style is quite original and I think she sounds very different to most female singers out there. === Tracklist of Ellipse === 1. First Train Home 2. Wait It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Imogen Heap is a singer/songwriter from London, well known for her work in the band Frou Frou who's songs have featured on films such as Shrek 2 and Garden State. After Frou Frou disbanded Imogen Heap pursued her solo career and released severl solo albums, most notably "Speak for Yourself" which was released in 2005. I've been a fan of Imogen Heap since the release of "Speak for Yourself" as I find her voice absolutely beautiful and all of her songs so simple, catchy and occasionally haunting. And so when Ellipse was released it was a must buy for myself...I was not disappointed. The first track of the album First Train Home is ... Read the complete review
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