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The artist behind the poignant song playing during the final scene of Six Feet Under, Sia's debut album is out now. A mesmerizing collection of heartfelt, deeply personal songs sure to appeal to fans of Tori Amos, Beth Orton and Sarah McLachlan, the album captures Sia's many sides--at once soulful, somber and playful.


''Colour the Small One'' is a 2004 album by Sia.

It was re-released January 10, 2006 in the United States, after the track "Breathe Me" became popular on alternative radio, following its feature as the closing song in the series finale of the HBO drama ''Six Feet Under''.

In the UK, the proper first single "Breathe Me" (second release after "Don't Bring Me Down") reached a respectable #71 on the charts in May 2004, whilst the third single "Where I Belong" failed to make any impact. The fourth and final single "Numb" went largely unnoticed.

When it was released in 2004, "Breathe Me" was the first single across most of the world, while "Don't Bring Me Down" was the second.

Due to a re-surfacing of popularity with "Breathe Me" in the United States, it was re-released in the U.S. "Breathe Me" gained popularity on alternative rock and alternative adult radio stations in early and mid-spring.

In 2007, "Breathe Me" was used in television commercials for Cooper University Hospital of South New Jersey, USA.

In April 2008, "Breathe Me" was featured on the German soap opera, ''Verbotene Liebe'' when gay supercouple Christian Mann and Oliver Sabel embraced as lovers for the first time on German television.

Also, in October 2008, whilst at the Tokyo Game Show Ubisoft revealed a trailer for their upcoming video-game ''Prince of Persia'' which used the track "Breathe Me".

Many of the commercials on NBC for the 2008 Summer Olympics featured clips of "Breathe Me" and the song was also used for Coca-Cola commercials during the 2010 Winter Olympics.

"Numb" was featured on an episode of Nip/Tuck (Season 3, Episode #33 "Rhea Reynolds"), played at the close of the episode.

It is also regularly over-used in the British TV series ''Holby City'' and has been played in the popular British soap ''Hollyoaks'' several times. It has also been used in an episode of The Hills.

"Sunday" was the second single in the United States. - Wikipedia