Something Dangerous

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Something Dangerous
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Studio album by Natacha Atlas
Released 19 May 2003
Genre World music, Electronica
Label Mantra Records
Natacha Atlas chronology
Foretold in the Language of Dreams
(2002)Foretold in the Language of Dreams2002
Something Dangerous
The Best of Natacha Atlas
(2005)The Best of Natacha Atlas2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Stylus Magazine (B)[2]
The Guardian 2/5 stars[3]

Something Dangerous is the fifth solo album by Belgian world music singer Natacha Atlas. It was released in 2003. The album's title refers to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the title track includes audio clips of a 2003 anti-war protest march.[4] The French edition of the album features a bonus track - a version of the single "When I Close My Eyes" sung in French. The song is titled, "Quand Je Ferme Les Yeux".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Adam’s Lullaby" (Jocelyn Pook; Natacha Atlas)
  2. "Eye of the Duck" featuring Princess Julianna and T.U.U.P. (G. Duncan; Julie Higgins; Mike Neilsen; Natacha Atlas)
  3. "Something Dangerous" featuring Princess Julianna (Julie Higgins; Mike Neilsen; Natacha Atlas)
  4. "Janamaan" featuring James Kaliardos (Count Dubulah; H. Mantou; I. Matharu; Natacha Atlas; T. Whelan)
  5. "Just Like a Dream" featuring Princess Julianna (Abdullah Chhadeh; Julie Higgins; Mike Nielsen; Natacha Atlas)
  6. "Man’s World" (Betty Newcombe; James Brown)
  7. "Layali" featuring Z (M. Nichol; Mike Nielsen; Natacha Atlas)
  8. "Simple Heart" featuring Sinéad O'Connor (John Reynolds; Natacha Atlas)
  9. "Daymalhum" (Andy Gray; Natacha Atlas)
  10. "Who's My Baby" featuring Niara Scarlett (B. Higgins; Gerard Logan; Lisa Cowling; Natacha Atlas; Niara Scarlett; Sean Lee; Tim Powell)
  11. "When I Close My Eyes" featuring Myra Boyle (B. Higgins; Lisa Cowling; Natacha Atlas)
  12. "This Realm" (Andy Gray; Jah Wobble; Natacha Atlas)
  13. "Le Printemps (For Mona)" (Natacha Atlas; Paul Castle)
  14. "Like the Last Drop" (Andy Gray; Natacha Atlas)

Bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Quand Je Ferme Les Yeux (When I Close My Eyes French Version)" featuring Myra Boyle (B. Higgins; Lisa Cowling; Natacha Atlas)


Charts (2003) Peak
French Albums Chart 98[5]
US Billboard Top World Music Albums Chart 13[6]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Stylus Magazine review
  3. ^ The Guardian review
  4. ^ Atlas, Natacha (2003-05-15). Transglobal Underground (Motion picture). London: Beggars UK- Ada. 
  5. ^ "Discographie Natacha Atlas". Retrieved 26 October 2008.
  6. ^ "Natacha Atlas > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". Allmusic. Retrieved 26 October 2008.

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