Spektor, Regina

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Spektor, Regina - Begin To Hope Begin To Hope
Pop New - LP 517761 Sire
Sealed 2006 2LP Gatefold Vinyl. Second LP Includes A Five-Track EP And Four Bonus Tracks Previously Unavailable On Vinyl.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - What We Saw From The Cheap Seats What We Saw From The Cheap Seats
Pop New - LP 530373 Sire
Sealed 2012 Original.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Soviet Kitsch Soviet Kitsch
Pop Used - LP 48953 Sire
Rare 2005 Original With The Custom Color Insert. Tiny saw Notch. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Maybe It's Just The Preponderance Of Piano In Her Music, But Regina Spektor Sounds More Like A Traditional Singer/Songwriter (In The Best Sense Of That Phrase) Than Her Anti-Folk Contemporaries. On Soviet Kitsch, Her Third Album -- And Major-Label Debut -- Her Sound Is More Refined Than Ever Before, But There Are Still Plenty Of Rough Edges And Unexpected Twists And Turns. Quirky Character Sketches Such As "Ghost Of Corporate Future" And "Ode To Divorce," And Flights Of Fancy Like The Charming "Us" Are Quintessentially Spektor; Though Her Songs May Not Be Diary Entries Set To Music, She Imbues Them With Lots Of Personality And Intimate Details. Nowhere Is This More Apparent Than On "Chemo Limo," A Strangely Uplifting Song About A Woman Living With (Not Dying From) Cancer That Ends Up Being One Of Soviet Kitsch's Standout Moments. "Flowers," Which Begins With A Section Inspired By Her Classical Training And Then Moves To A Part Based On Her Russian Jewish Heritage, Also Shows How Easily Spektor Can Incorporate Different Sounds And Ideas Into Her Own Music. She Does A 180 On The Raw "Sailor Song," On Which She Gleefully Yells, "Marianne's A Bitch." A Few Of Soviet Kitsch's Songs, Like "Poor Little Rich Boy," Concentrate On The Childlike, Mischievous Side Of Spektor's Sound That Puts Her In The Love-It-Or-Hate-It Category For Some Listeners. Still, Spektor Is An Engaging Performer Throughout The Album, And Despite Her Arty Quirks, She's Never Pretentious.“ Heather Phares, AMG.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Live In London Live In London
Pop New - LP 525513 Sire
Sealed 2010 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Spektor's First Live Album Which Includes 3 Previously Unreleased Songs.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Far Far
Pop New - LP 519396 Sire
Sealed 2009 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Mastered At Bernie Grundman. Includes Bonus CD Of Album.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Far / Four From Far Far / Four From Far
Pop New - LP 51936 Sire
Sealed 2009 Original With Bonus Sealed 2009 Four Song 7 Inch EP Made Exclusively For Record Store Day.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Begin To Hope Begin To Hope
Pop New - LP 44112 Sire
Sealed 2016 LP. First Time On One LP.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Soviet Kitsch Soviet Kitsch
Pop New - LP 549811 Sire
Sealed 2016 LP. “Maybe It's Just The Preponderance Of Piano In Her Music, But Regina Spektor Sounds More Like A Traditional Singer/Songwriter (In The Best Sense Of That Phrase) Than Her Anti-Folk Contemporaries. On Soviet Kitsch, Her Third Album -- And Major-Label Debut -- Her Sound Is More Refined Than Ever Before, But There Are Still Plenty Of Rough Edges And Unexpected Twists And Turns. Quirky Character Sketches Such As "Ghost Of Corporate Future" And "Ode To Divorce," And Flights Of Fancy Like The Charming "Us" Are Quintessentially Spektor; Though Her Songs May Not Be Diary Entries Set To Music, She Imbues Them With Lots Of Personality And Intimate Details. Nowhere Is This More Apparent Than On "Chemo Limo," A Strangely Uplifting Song About A Woman Living With (Not Dying From) Cancer That Ends Up Being One Of Soviet Kitsch's Standout Moments. "Flowers," Which Begins With A Section Inspired By Her Classical Training And Then Moves To A Part Based On Her Russian Jewish Heritage, Also Shows How Easily Spektor Can Incorporate Different Sounds And Ideas Into Her Own Music. She Does A 180 On The Raw "Sailor Song," On Which She Gleefully Yells, Sealed 2016 Reissue. "Marianne's A Bitch." A Few Of Soviet Kitsch's Songs, Like "Poor Little Rich Boy," Concentrate On The Childlike, Mischievous Side Of Spektor's Sound That Puts Her In The Love-It-Or-Hate-It Category For Some Listeners. Still, Spektor Is An Engaging Performer Throughout The Album, And Despite Her Arty Quirks, She's Never Pretentious.“ Heather Phares, AMG.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Remember Us To Life Remember Us To Life
Pop New - LP 556794 Sire
Sealed 2016 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Includes Three Bonus Tracks: "New Year," "The One Who Stayed And The One Who Left" And "End Of Thought." "Spektor's Skill At Storytelling Compression Remains Stunning. "Grand Hotel" Hilariously Re-imagines Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest As A W-Franchised Portal To Hell, And "Bleeding Heart" Seems Like An Amiably Boilerplate Wallflower Shout-Out Until It Becomes Multiple Stories About Outsider Mindsets. On The Beatlesque "Older And Taller," Spektor Addresses Aging With As Much Melodic Wistfulness As "She's Leaving Home," An Effect Highlighted By String Arrangements And Spiked With Curveball Bons Mots, Such As, "All The Lies On Your Résumé/ Have Become The Truth By Now." There Are Moments Like That All Over The Album, Each Delivered Wryly But Lovingly, Sanctifying Its World Of Underdogs And Dreamers." Will Hermes, Rolling Stone.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Soviet Kitsch Soviet Kitsch
Pop Colored Vinyl 1-549811 (K1) Sire
Sealed 2016 Record Day Exclusive, Limited Edition Red Vinyl With Bonus 7 Inch Featuring 3 Bonus Tracks. Two Hype Stickers On The Shrink Wrap. Promo Score Through Bar Code On Back Cover. “Maybe It's Just The Preponderance Of Piano In Her Music, But Regina Spektor Sounds More Like A Traditional Singer/Songwriter (In The Best Sense Of That Phrase) Than Her Anti-Folk Contemporaries. On Soviet Kitsch, Her Third Album -- And Major-Label Debut -- Her Sound Is More Refined Than Ever Before, But There Are Still Plenty Of Rough Edges And Unexpected Twists And Turns. Quirky Character Sketches Such As "Ghost Of Corporate Future" And "Ode To Divorce," And Flights Of Fancy Like The Charming "Us" Are Quintessentially Spektor; Though Her Songs May Not Be Diary Entries Set To Music, She Imbues Them With Lots Of Personality And Intimate Details. Nowhere Is This More Apparent Than On "Chemo Limo," A Strangely Uplifting Song About A Woman Living With (Not Dying From) Cancer That Ends Up Being One Of Soviet Kitsch's Standout Moments. "Flowers," Which Begins With A Section Inspired By Her Classical Training And Then Moves To A Part Based On Her Russian Jewish Heritage, Also Shows How Easily Spektor Can Incorporate Different Sounds And Ideas Into Her Own Music. She Does A 180 On The Raw "Sailor Song," On Which She Gleefully Yells, "Marianne's A Bitch." A Few Of Soviet Kitsch's Songs, Like "Poor Little Rich Boy," Concentrate On The Childlike, Mischievous Side Of Spektor's Sound That Puts Her In The Love-It-Or-Hate-It Category For Some Listeners. Still, Spektor Is An Engaging Performer Throughout The Album, And Despite Her Arty Quirks, She's Never Pretentious.“ Heather Phares, AMG.... more details
 
Spektor, Regina - Sings Bulat Okudzhava Sings Bulat Okudzhava
Pop Colored Vinyl 7-530662 Sire
Sealed 2012 Record Store Day Exclusive White Vinyl 7" Housed In A Plastic Wallet With Custom Hype Sticker.... more details
 

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