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Regina Spektor

Home, Before And After

    ‘Home, before and after’ is Spektor at her most inspired and opens with the recently released ‘Becoming All Alone’, a surrealist ballad with a majestically swelling arrangement that comes alive. The album possesses her most palpable New York atmosphere in years, which is fitting as it was recorded in upstate New York, where it was produced by John Congleton and co-produced by Spektor.

    The Russian-Jewish-American singer, songwriter and pianist first achieved commercial success with the RIAA Gold-certified breakthrough ‘Begin To Hope’, which included the singles ‘Fidelity’, ‘On The Radio’, ‘Better’ and ‘Samson’. Spektor’s fifth and sixth albums ‘Far’ (2009) and ‘What We Saw From The Cheap Seats’ (2012) both debuted at #3 on the Billboard album chart. She has performed at The White House as well as on Broadway and Saturday Night Live, and has contributed to many projects spanning film, television, and music including ‘The Hamilton Mixtape’.


    01 Becoming All Alone
    02 Up The Mountain
    03 One Man’s Prayer
    04 Raindrops
    05 SugarMan
    06 What Might Have Been
    07 Spacetime Fairytale
    08 Coin
    09 Loveology
    10. Through A Door

    Regina Spektor returns with her seventh album Remember Us To Life.

    The new LP marks Spektor’s first outing since 2012’s What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Album Chart and her Grammy-nominated theme song “You’ve Got Time” for the hit Netflix show Orange Is The New Black. Recently it was announced that Spektor has recorded George Harrison’s classic “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” for the animated film Kubo and The Two Strings, to be released on August 19th.

    Remember Us To Life is composed entirely of all new songs recently written by Spektor. Regina gave birth to her first child in 2014 and she spent considerable time writing during and after her pregnancy. Says Spektor “I made more art and felt more inspired than I had in a long time.”

    Spektor recorded with producer Leo Abrahams (David Byrne/Brian Eno, Frightened Rabbit, Paolo Nutini) in Los Angeles at The Village Studios


    1) Bleeding Heart
    2) Older And Taller
    3) Grand Hotel
    4) Small Bill$
    5) Black And White
    6) The Light
    7) The Trapper And The Furrier
    8) Tornadoland
    9) Obsolete
    10) Sellers Of Flowers
    11) The Visit
    12) New Year (Vinyl & Deluxe CD Only)
    13) The One Who Stayed And The One Who Left (Vinyl & Deluxe CD Only)
    14) End Of Thoughts (Vinyl & Deluxe CD Only)

    "Far" continues to reveal new layers in Spektor's songwriting as she pursues the next level in her inimitable musical style. With her uninhibited imagination and her hands on approach in the studio, "Far" not only succeeds with thirteen impressive and accessible tracks, but it spotlights Spektor's remarkable gift to craft intelligent and refreshingly honest odes to life. Four exceptional producers collaborated with Spektor on this album: Jeff Lynne (ELO, The Traveling Wilburys), Mike Elizondo (Dr Dre, Eminem), David Kahne (Paul McCartney, The Strokes) and Jacknife Lee (Weezer, REM).

    Regina Spektor

    Soviet Kitsch

      Songs about sleeping, kissing bloody lips, books, love, sailors, mothers, carbon monoxide... Featuring piano, strings, a drum stick and a punk band, as well as a couple of glasses being smashed next to really expensive microphones... Regina Spektor - a Bronx girl via Russia. Made downtown, on the Lower East Side of New York City and in London, "Soviet Kitsch" was made with the help of Gordon Raphael, producer of The Strokes. It was a short time being born, and a long time being put out...

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