Sia Furler may still be best known for her silken vocals on down-tempo touchstones like Zero 7’s ”Destiny” and her own ”Breathe Me.” But a girl cannot live on gauzy balladeering alone. On We Are Born the chanteuse explores more caffeinated avenues: cut-a-shag-rug funk (”Clap Your Hands”), finger-snappy soul (”Never Gonna Leave Me,” ”Stop Trying”), and even squiggly disco (”You’ve Changed”). It’s party music with a heart. B+
We Are BornSia Furler may still be best known for her silken vocals on down-tempo touchstones like Zero 7's ''Destiny'' and her own ''Breathe Me.'' But a girl cannot...We Are BornPopSia Furler may still be best known for her silken vocals on down-tempo touchstones like Zero 7's ''Destiny'' and her own ''Breathe Me.'' But a girl cannot...2010-06-16
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: Sia
Posted June 16 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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