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No Angel
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Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1, 1999
Recorded1997–1999
Studio
Genre
Length51:51
Label
Producer
Dido chronology
Odds & Ends
(1995)
No Angel
(1999)
Life for Rent
(2003)
Singles from No Angel
  1. "Here with Me"
    Released: 17 May 1999
  2. "Don't Think of Me"
    Released: 19 February 2000
  3. "Thank You"
    Released: October 2000
  4. "Hunter"
    Released: 10 September 2001
  5. "All You Want"
    Released: 10 December 2001

No Angel is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter Dido. Originally released on June 1, 1999 in the United States, the album found a mass audience when it was released worldwide in February 2001. By 2003, the album has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide, and was the second best-selling album of the 2000s in the UK, behind James Blunt's Back to Bedlam.[3]

As of 2015 No Angel is the 27th best-selling album in UK chart history.[4] In 2019 it was listed the ninth best-selling album of the 21st century in the UK.[5] It was also among ten albums nominated for the best British album of the previous 30 years by the Brit Awards in 2010, ultimately losing to (What's the Story) Morning Glory? by Oasis.[6]

Background[edit]

Recording for the album began in 1997, when Dido officially signed a record deal with Arista Records. As well as recording ten new tracks, Dido took two previously recorded tracks from her demo collection, Odds & Ends, and used them for the album, with "Take My Hand" appearing in its original form, and "Sweet Eyed Baby" being remixed to create "Don't Think of Me". During recording for the album, a deal to release the album in the United States was finalised, however, a deal to secure European sales of the album was not completed, thus meaning that when the album was released in June 1999, it was released exclusively in America. Prior to the album's release, a promotional sampler titled The Highbury Fields EP was issued to radio stations, featuring four tracks from the album, and "Worthless", another track from the demo collection Odds & Ends.

Singles[edit]

The album's lead single, "Here with Me", was initially released in the United States in May 1999, which subsequently became the theme song for the popular American science fiction television series Roswell. The song reached No. 21 on the Adult Top 40 chart. It became globally available in February 2001, peaking at No. 4 in the United Kingdom.

In an attempt to boost album sales, a second single, "Don't Think of Me", was released in February 2000, but did not fare as well as expected, only peaking at No. 35 on the Adult Top 40 chart in the U.S., spending only seven weeks.

"Thank You" was released as the album's third single in December 2000. It became the biggest hit of No Angel, reaching No. 3 in both the United States and the United Kingdom, where it was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry for selling over 200,000 copies in the country. It also topped several Billboard charts such as Adult Top 40, Adult Contemporary and Dance Club Songs.

The album's third European single, "Hunter", was released in September 2001, reaching the top twenty in the United Kingdom. It spent fifteen weeks on the Adult Top 40 chart peaking at No. 16, while it became a top ten hit on the dance charts in America.

A fourth single, "All You Want", was released in December 2001, but was ineligible to chart due to only being released as a 3" mini-single in the United Kingdom.

Some of the album tracks were later licensed for use in television programmes, with "My Life" appearing in an episode of the drama series Angel Eyes, as well as alongside "My Life", "Honestly OK" and "Thank You" in several episodes of the Warner Bros. show Popular. "My Lover's Gone" was featured on the soundtrack of Brazilian telenovela "O Clone" and became a smash radio hit in the country.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[7]
Entertainment WeeklyB[8]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide3.5/5 stars[2]

Q listed No Angel as one of the best 50 albums of 2001.[9]

Commercial performance[edit]

No Angel was first released in North America on 1 June 1999 and entered the Top Heatseekers chart at number fifty a month and a half later.[10] Twelve months after its original release, it hit number one on the chart and simultaneously entered the Billboard 200 at No. 144,[11] which was attributed to extensive touring by Dido in clubs and small venues across the country and radio exposure in adult contemporary stations. However, No Angel continued to climb up the chart afterwards largely due to the sampling of "Thank You" on hit single "Stan" by American rapper Eminem.[10] By January 2001, the album finally cracked the top ten of the Billboard 200 moving 17-9.[11] Six weeks later, it reached its peak position of number-four on its 40th week on the chart,[12] while "Thank You" was already a top twenty hit on the Hot 100 Airplay.[13] No Angel spent sixty-nine weeks on the Billboard 200 and became the 17th best-selling album of 2001 in the country.[14][15] According to Nielsen Soundscan, the album has sold over 4.2 million units in the United States and has been certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.[16] Meanwhile, in Canada, No Angel also reached number-four on the albums chart and sold over 400,000 copies in the country, which resulted in a quadruple platinum certification by the Canadian Recording Industry Association.[17][18] Additionally, the Association of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms certified the album platinum for selling over 150,000 units in Mexico.[19]

Following the success of "Stan" in Australia and the United Kingdom, where it hit number-one, No Angel was finally distributed in other markets outside North America in late 2000. The album made its debut on the UK Albums Chart in October of the same year at number fifty,[20] and entered the top ten for the first time on its 14th week by climbing 11-5.[21] By early February 2001, No Angel finally reached the top of the chart and remained there for six consecutive weeks.[22][23] In early October, it returned to number-one for a seventh and final week at the top.[24] Notably, the album re-entered the top ten on its 126th week on the chart at the end of the busy Christmas shopping period of 2003 due to the massive success of her second studio album Life for Rent.[25] No Angel became the top-selling album of 2001 and the 27th highest-selling of 2002.[26][27] Moreover, it has been recognised as the 26th best-selling album of all time in the country, with sales that exceed 3,088,700 copies,[28] resulting in a tenfold platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry.[29] Meanwhile, in neighbouring Ireland, the album was listed as the second highest-selling of 2001 by the Irish Recorded Music Association, behind Swing When You're Winning by Robbie Williams.[30] Elsewhere in Europe, No Angel also experienced success, selling nearly 1.3 million copies in France,[31] where it was certified diamond by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique,[32] and 750,000 units in Germany, which resulted in a triple gold certification by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie.[33]

Furthermore, No Angel entered the Australian albums chart at number twenty-one and quickly rose to the top on its sixth week, dethroning The Marshall Mathers LP by Eminem.[34] It remained there for eight consecutive weeks.[35] No Angel finished 2001 as the second highest-selling album of the year, behind the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack,[36] and was also amongst the forty best-selling records of the following year.[37] The album received a sextuple platinum certification by the Australian Recording Industry Association, denoting shipments of over 420,000 units in the country.[38] In New Zealand, No Angel topped the albums chart for nine non-consecutive weeks and spent fifty-nine weeks inside the top forty.[39] By the spring of 2002, the album had sold 75,000 copies and was certified five times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand.[40]

Track listing[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[41]

No AngelStandard edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Here with Me"4:14
2."Hunter"
  • Dido
  • Nowels
3:57
3."Don't Think of Me"
Youth4:32
4."My Lover's Gone"
  • Dido
  • Catto
  • Duncan Bridgeman
4:27
5."All You Want"
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • R. Armstrong
  • Dido
  • Nowels
3:53
6."Thank You"
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
3:38
7."Honestly OK"
  • D. Armstrong
  • R. Armstrong
  • Matty Benbrook
  • Dido
  • Rollo
4:37
8."Slide"
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • Dido
  • Rollo
4:53
9."Isobel"
  • D. Armstrong
  • R. Armstrong
  • Dido
  • Rollo
3:54
10."I'm No Angel"
  • D. Armstrong
  • Statham
  • Gabriel
  • Dido
  • Rollo
3:55
11."My Life"
  • D. Armstrong
  • R. Armstrong
  • Mark Bates
  • Dido
  • Rollo
3:09
12."Take My Hand" (bonus track)
  • D. Armstrong
  • Richard Dekkard
6:42
Total length:51:51
No AngelUK edition bonus tracks
No.TitleDirectorLength
13."Here with Me" (video)Liz Friedlander4:06
14."Thank You" (video)Dave Meyers3:14
No AngelCanada edition bonus tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Here with Me" (Unplugged) 4:23
14."Here with Me" (Rollo Orchestra mix) 5:18
15."Stan" (featuring Eminem)
6:44
No AngelContinental Europe edition bonus track
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Stan" (featuring Eminem)
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • Marshall Mathers
6:44
No AngelEastern Europe edition bonus track
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Stan" (censored radio edit) (featuring Eminem)
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • Marshall Mathers
3:58
No AngelJapan edition bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
13."Worthless"7:52
14."Me"2:38
No AngelRussia edition bonus tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Stan" (featuring Eminem)
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • Marshall Mathers
6:44
14."Christmas Day" 4:03
15."Here with Me" (Unplugged) 4:23
16."All You Want" (Divide & Rule remix) 6:47
No AngelPoland edition bonus tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Stan" (S&S remix) (featuring Eminem)
  • D. Armstrong
  • Herman
  • Marshall Mathers
3:41
14."Flowerstand Man" (with Faithless)
  • D. Armstrong
  • R. Armstrong
5:43
15."Don't Think of Me" (live electronic mix) 5:18
16."Take My Hand" (techno remix by Deroga) 4:53
17."Aria (Theme to The Talented Mr. Ripley)" 3:18
No AngelHDCD edition bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
13."Christmas Day"4:03
14."One Step Too Far" (with Faithless)5:20
15."Worthless"7:52
No AngelAmerican deluxe edition bonus disc
No.TitleLength
1."Here with Me" (video) 
2."Thank You" (live acoustic) 
3."Photo Gallery" 
No AngelJapan and Australian deluxe edition bonus disc
No.TitleLength
1."Thank You" (Deep Dish mix) 
2."Thank You" (Skinny mix) 
3."Here with Me" (Chillin' with the Family mix) 
4."Here with Me" (Lukas Burton mix) 
5."Hunter" (Franasios K mix) 
No AngelUK deluxe edition bonus disc
No.TitleLength
1."Here with Me" (Lukas Burton mix) 
2."Thank You" (Deep Dish remix) 
3."Hunter" (MJ Cole remix) 
4."Take My Hand" (Rollo & Sister Bliss remix) 
5."Christmas Day" 
6."Hunter" (video) 
7."All You Want" (live video) 
8."Honestly OK" (live video) 
No AngelBrazil deluxe edition bonus disc
No.TitleLength
1."Here with Me" (Lukas Burton mix) 
2."Thank You" (Deep Dish remix) 
3."Hunter" (MJ Cole remix) 
4."Take My Hand" (Rollo & Sister Bliss remix) 
5."All You Want" (Divide & Rule remix) 
6."My Lover's Gone" (Meme remix) 
7."Hunter" (video) 
8."All You Want" (live video) 
9."Honestly OK" (live video) 

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[41]

  • Dido – lead vocals (all tracks), production (tracks 1, 2, 4–12), keyboards (tracks 7, 9), recorder (track 6)
  • Rollo – production (tracks 6–12), programming (tracks 6, 8–10, 12)
  • Rick Nowels – production, keyboards and acoustic guitar (tracks 1, 2, 5), chamberlin (tracks 2, 5)
  • Mark Bates – piano (tracks 3, 6, 9, 11), keyboards (tracks 6, 11, 12), wurlitzer and organ (track 11)
  • Phill Brown – mixing (tracks 6–11), recording (tracks 9, 10)
  • Goetz – recording (tracks 6–8, 11, 12), mixing (tracks 4, 12), additional recording (track 9)
  • Pauline Taylor – additional background vocals (tracks 2, 3, 12), background vocals (tracks 8, 11), additional arrangement (track 8), background vocal arrangement (track 11)
  • Ash Howes – recording and mixing (tracks 1, 2, 5)
  • John Themis – electric guitar and percussion (tracks 1, 2, 5)
  • Paulie Herman – guitar (tracks 3, 6, 8, 9), harmonica (track 9)
  • Gavin Wright – strings (tracks 1, 3, 11, 12)
  • Will Malone – string arrangement small (tracks 1, 3, 11, 12)
  • Duncan Bridgeman – production, keyboards, programming and recording (track 4)
  • Aubrey Nunn – bass guitar (tracks 4, 8, 10, 12)
  • Matty Benbrook – live drums (tracks 8, 9, 11), programming (track 7)
  • James Sanger – programming (tracks 1, 2, 5)
  • Paul Statham – keyboards (tracks 1, 10), piano (track 10)
  • Richie Stevens – additional live drums (tracks 2, 5) additional percussion (track 5)
  • Dave Randall – guitar (tracks 4, 10, 12)
  • Mal Hyde Smith – percussion (tracks 6, 9, 12)
  • Peter Vittese – keyboards and additional programming (track 1)
  • Randy Wine – engineering (tracks 2, 5)
  • Rusty Anderson – electric guitar (tracks 2, 5)
  • John Pierce – bass (tracks 2, 5)
  • Youth – production and bass (track 3)
  • Geoff Dugmore – live drums and percussion (track 3)
  • Hugo Nicolson – recording and mixing (track 3)
  • Nick Manasseh – dub effects and additional programming (track 7)
  • Bruce Aisher – additional keyboards (track 7), keyboards (track 8)
  • Sudha – percussion (tracks 8, 10)
  • Rachael Brown – background vocals (tracks 8, 11)
  • Sister Bliss – production and keyboards (track 12)
  • Jony Rockstar – programming (track 3)
  • Jamie Catto – production (track 4)
  • Aquila – background vocals (track 8)
  • Martin McCory – electric guitar (track 9)
  • Tim Vogt – bass (track 9)
  • Mark Felton – harmonica (track 10)

Credits

  • Tom Coyne – mastering
  • Sheri G. Lee – art direction
  • Andrew Southam – photography
  • Len Irish – photography
  • Basia Zamorska – styling
  • Laura de Leon – hair
  • Heidi Lee – makeup

Charts[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[72] 6× Platinum 420,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[73] Platinum 30,000*
Belgium (BEA)[74] 2× Platinum 100,000*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[75] 2× Platinum 250,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[76] 4× Platinum 400,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[77] Platinum 30,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[78] Platinum 50,514[78]
France (SNEP)[80] Diamond 1,262,300[79]
Germany (BVMI)[81] 3× Gold 750,000^
Greece (IFPI Greece)[82] Gold 15,000^
Hong Kong (IFPI Hong Kong)[83] Gold 10,000*
Italy (FIMI)[85] Platinum 246,000[84]
Japan (RIAJ)[86] Gold 83,000[84]
Mexico (AMPROFON)[87] Platinum 150,000^
Netherlands (NVPI)[88] Platinum 80,000^
New Zealand (RIANZ) 5× Platinum 75,000^
Norway (IFPI Norway)[89] Platinum 40,000*
Poland (ZPAV)[90] Platinum 100,000*
South Africa (RiSA)[91] 3× Platinum 150,000*
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[92] Gold 81,000[84]
Sweden (GLF)[93] Platinum 60,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[94] 3× Platinum 150,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[96] 10× Platinum 3,096,728[95]
United States (RIAA)[97] 4× Platinum 4,000,000^
Summaries
Europe (IFPI)[98] 5× Platinum 5,000,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

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External links[edit]

  • Dido — official website.