Soviet Kitsch

Regina SpektorAugust 17, 2004
Indie℗ 2004 Regina Spektor, under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. for the world excluding the United Kingdom.
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Soviet Kitsch is the major label debut and third album by American singer/songwriter Regina Spektor. It was originally self-released in May, 2003 but was reissued in August, 2004 when Spektor signed with Sire Records. The title is drawn from Milan Kundera's expression for the vacuous aesthetics of Stalinist-style communism, a theme in his book The Unbearable Lightness of Being. One version of the album was released with a bonus DVD, which included a short promotional film titled The Survival Guide to Soviet Kitsch and the music video for the song "Us".

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Songs
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Ode to Divorce3:43
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Poor Little Rich Boy2:27
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Carbon Monoxide (Alt Mix)4:59
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The Flowers3:54
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Us4:52
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Sailor Song3:15
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Whisper0:44
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Your Honor (feat. Kill Kenada)2:10
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Ghost of Corporate Future3:21
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Chemo Limo6:04
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Somedays3:21
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Tracks
11
Released
August 17, 2004
Label
℗ 2004 Regina Spektor, under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. for the world excluding the United Kingdom.
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
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