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  • Summary: The latest full-length release from Australian pop artist Sia features guest appearances by Paris Hilton, Jimmy Jolliff, Kaliii, Chaka Khan, Labrinth, Kylie Minogue, and Tierra Whack.
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  1. May 3, 2024
    Reasonable Woman gets Sia back on track, joining Fear and Acting as one of the most compelling and listenable efforts in her post-breakthrough catalog -- a huge relief for anyone who thought she had lost her touch.
  2. May 3, 2024
    When it’s on form, Reasonable Woman is proof that Sia can still hit those high marks like she’s always been able to. The trouble is that there’s just not enough of those high points on this record.
  3. May 3, 2024
    Her first album in three years, Reasonable Woman, is also solid, a return to the aesthetic mean that works more than it doesn’t. None of the singles released from it so far have been hits, but they’re all resolutely competent examples of Sia’s knack for sweeping, feelings-heavy glitz.
  4. May 6, 2024
    Reasonable Woman, the singer’s 10th studio album, continues the trend of inconsistency. Over manicured synth arrangements and beat drops blown up to eye-watering proportions, Sia belts out self-help anthems that stick to formulaic, dated sounds. It’s outsized feel-good music with little worth feeling good about.
  5. May 6, 2024
    She enlists help from guest artists and DJs to encapsulate the past six years – but there’s no innovation or originality.
  6. May 9, 2024
    The album is a frustrating, calculated mishmash of pop powerhouses, balladry and dance music, but are either underdeveloped, overdeveloped, or just plain bad.
  7. May 3, 2024
    There are plenty of tracks on Reasonable Woman that are so broad, so simplistic that they feel like first drafts. .... Slightly more successful is the single Fame Won’t Love You. With a breathy feature from Paris Hilton, the track deals with the hollow rewards of celebrity; it skews sophomoric, but it’s certainly more interesting than the motivational posterisms elsewhere on the album.