Sandi Thom

Posted Jun 3, 2011
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  1. Sandi Thom

    Sandi Thom


    Alexandria "Sandi" Thom (born 11 August 1981, Banff, Aberdeenshire) is a Scottish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She was one of the first artists along with Arctic Monkeys to become mainstream thanks to the Internet. She became widely known in 2006 after a series of webcasts and the success of the UK number one single "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)". Thom has released five studio albums: Smile... It Confuses People (2006), The Pink & The Lily (2008), Merchants and Thieves (2010) "Flesh And Blood" (2012) & "Covers Collection" (2013)

  2. The House Of The Rising Sun

    The House Of The Rising Sun (1965)


    "The House of the Rising Sun" is a traditional folk song, sometimes called "Rising Sun Blues". It tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans; many versions also urge a sibling to avoid the same fate. The most successful commercial version, recorded in 1964 by the British rock group The Animals, was a number one hit on the UK Singles Chart, and also in the United States, Canada and Australia. The song has been described as the "first folk-rock hit".

  3. Flesh and Blood

    Flesh and Blood (2012)


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  4. Merchants And Thieves

    Merchants And Thieves (2011)


    Merchants and Thieves is the third studio album release by Scottish pop singer Sandi Thom, released on 17 May 2010. The album was released through Thom's own record label 'Guardian Angels' after being dropped by her former label Sony BMG.

  5. What If I'm Right

    What If I'm Right (2005)


    "What If I'm Right" is a pop folk song written by Tom Gilbert and Sandi Thom, and was recorded for Thom's debut album Smile... It Confuses People. The song was released in the UK on 28 August 2006 as a CD single and digital download. According to her official website, the song "explores the bittersweetness of a newfound relationship, where the excitement of what there is to gain is eclipsed by the fear of what there could be to lose".

  6. I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker

    I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker (2005)


    "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)" is the debut single by Sandi Thom. The song was written by Tom Gilbert and Thom herself. The song was originally released in October 2005 by Viking Legacy Records, reaching number fifty-five in the UK Singles Chart. It was re-released in May 2006 on Sony's RCA Records label, and went on to be the UK's fifth best selling single of the year. Also successful in Australia, it was on the ARIA Charts for ten weeks at number-one, and finished the year as the country's highest selling single and accrediting double platinum. The music video was shot in Bethnal Green in London.

  7. Smile It Confuses People

    Smile It Confuses People (2006)


    Smile... It Confuses People is the debut studio album by Scottish singer Sandi Thom. It was released in both Ireland and the United Kingdom on 5 June 2005 by RCA Records (although the back of the album bears the RCA Music Group logo instead). The album is a mix of pop and folk, predominantly written by Thom herself alongside Tom Gilbert.

  8. The Pink And The Lily

    The Pink And The Lily (2008)


    The Pink & The Lily is the second studio album by the Scottish singer Sandi Thom, released in both the United Kingdom and Ireland on 26 May 2008 (see 2008 in music) by RCA Records. The album had been released on iTunes on 24 May 2008. The album is a mix of pop and folk songs — written by Thom herself, alongside other writers including her boyfriend, Jake Field, and Tom Gilbert, and produced by Jake Field and Duncan Thompson, who work under the alias of The Mighty Vibrations.

  9. The Devil's Beat

    The Devil's Beat (2008)


    "The Devil's Beat" is a pop folk song taken from Sandi Thom's second album, The Pink & The Lily. It was the first single taken from the album and marked Thoms return after almost two years. Despite some promotion on TV and heavy rotation on BBC Radio 2 It only charted briefly, reaching #58 in the UK before leaving the charts

  10. Saturday Night

    Saturday Night (2008)


    "Saturday Night" is a song performed by Scottish singer Sandi Thom. It was released as the second single of Thoms second album The Pink & The Lily and her fifth single overall. The song was named as "Single of the Week" by Radio 2 and received extensive airplay on the station. It was released on August 25, 2008. It is a download release for the UK market only. A planned CD single format release was abandoned. Despite numerous promotional appearances on television, radio and press interviews the single failed to enter the UK Top 100 on its release.

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