South

Heather NovaJanuary 1, 2001
R&B/Soul℗ 2001 V2 Records Ltd
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South is Heather Nova's sixth album. It spawned the U.S. single "Virus of the Mind". There were two versions of this album; the original release on December 11, 2001, and an American release on May 21, 2002. The U.S. release contained one extra track, "Welcome", which also appeared on the 2005 album Redbird.
The album was recorded in London, New York, Sweden and Los Angeles and featured Bernard Butler on some of the tracks.
For this album, Nova also recorded a contemporary-styled cover of the standard "Gloomy Sunday", a song originally made popular by Billie Holiday. In retrospect, Nova found the album to be far too polished and not entirely to her liking. She declared that her next album, Storm, would be bare and would be the album she's always wanted to make.

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Songs
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If I Saw You In A Movie4:06
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Talk To Me4:05
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Virus Of The Mind4:12
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Like Lovers Do4:09
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Waste The Day3:32
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Heaven Sent4:14
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It's Only Love4:34
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I'm No Angel3:57
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Help Me Be Good To You3:52
10
When Someone Turns You On3:44
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Gloomy Sunday4:09
12
Tested3:26
13
Just Been Born4:30
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Additional Information

Total length
52:33
Tracks
13
Released
January 1, 2001
Label
℗ 2001 V2 Records Ltd
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
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