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It was fortuitous, certainly, when Apple opted to use her exuberant, nursery-rhyme simple song "1234" in their i Pod Nano commercial, but it was hardly a case of them donning a blindfold and sticking a pin in the phonebook.Instead, Apple, like so many others after them, recognised the perky, banjo-imbued appeal of "1234", and their use of the song had a dramatic effect upon sales of Feist's attendant third record, The Reminder.
"I can't believe I beat Jenny Lewis from Rilo Kiley!"It was fun, sure, but there was no real emotional connection.Looking back, my cover of The Bee Gee's 'Inside And Out' doesn't really touch me either. "Let It Die was made in a vacuum in a studio with no natural light, and a lot of the songs on there just didn't make it into adulthood," she goes on.Nor was it ideal that, when she revisited that material to make Let It Die with her producer/keyboardist pal Chilly Gonzales, the album's track-listing was expanded to include several rather incongruous cover-versions, some of which Feist sang en Français."I don't speak French and I had sung those songs phonetically," she says.