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I Can Spin a Rainbow
I Can Spin a Rainbow is a collaborative studio album by American singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer and English singer-songwriter Edward Ka-Spel of The Legendary Pink Dots. In a blog post on her official website, Palmer explained the backstory of how she was obsessed with the Pink Dots as a teenager, and even wrote and directed an experimental dialogue-free play inspired by their album Asylum when she was seventeen. When she was nineteen, the band needed a place to stay while on tour in Boston, Massachusetts and Palmer offered up her house. The Legendary Pink Dots also served as an opening act for Palmer's band the Dresden Dolls in the early 2000s. The two of them spent years trying to find a time to record an album together, but due to struggles in Palmer's personal life, plans always fell through. Most of the album was recorded in the house of English musician Imogen Heap.
On May 19, 2017, Ka-Spel released a four-track studio album called High on Station Yellow Moon that features Palmer on three of the tracks.
Somewhere Under the Rainbow
The Jane Austen Argument
The Sky Is Calling
A Brief Case of Madness
Tom Dickins & the Punintentionals
Footnotes for the Spring
No, Virginia [Special Edition]
The Dresden Dolls
No, Virginia... is the first compilation album by American dark cabaret band The Dresden Dolls. It was released in Europe on May 19, 2008 and North America on May 20, 2008. A special edition was released in the U.S. via the iTunes Store and Amazon.com's MP3 service on June 10, 2008. The compilation is a companion piece to the band's second studio album, 2006's Yes, Virginia..., and contains tracks left over from recording sessions dating back to 2003, along with b-sides and tracks released on compilations. Singer Amanda Palmer has emphasized that the unreleased tracks from Yes, Virginia... were left off the album due to issues with the flow of the album, and not with the tracks themselves. Five tracks from No, Virginia... were recorded with Sean Slade in January 2008 at Mad Oak Studios. The songs themselves were written years ago but had not been recorded until the session with Slade. One song from the album, "The Kill", has been made available for streaming on the band's MySpace profile.
On April 4, 2008, the band began taking pre-orders for the album.
Journey Through the Land of Shadows
Mikelangelo and The Black Sea Gentlemen
1952 Vincent Black Lightning
Here She Comes-a-Tumblin'
Perplexions is an album by Rasputina frontwoman Melora Creager which was released on December 4, 2006, by the Filthy Bonnet Recording Company.
Songs About Teeth
Cake Bake Betty
The Evelyn Evelyn LP is the debut album by Evelyn Evelyn. Like their debut EP 7" vinyl, Elephant Elephant, it is produced and presented by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. It was released on March 30, 2010.
The artwork as well as a brand-new song were debuted on the band's MySpace on December 8, 2009, shortly before the twins began using their Twitter and Facebook.
A worldwide tour/stage presentation in support of the album was planned for the spring and summer of 2010, including stops in New York City and London.
One of the tracks from the album, "My Space", includes guest vocals from Kim and Zoe Boekbinder, Margaret Cho, Corn Mo, Morningwood vocalist Chantal Claret, Frances Bean Cobain, Neil Gaiman, Ethan Gold, Ari Gold, Eugene Mirman, Franz Nicolay, Reverend Peyton, Tegan and Sara, Soko, Mindless Self Indulgence songwriter/vocalist Jimmy Urine, Kirsten Vangsness, Andrew W.K., My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way, and "Weird Al" Yankovic. In a recent blog post, Palmer had this to say of the guest vocalists:
We got a slew of guest vocalists to join in on a song called "My Space".
The Cost of Living
Oh Perilous World
Oh Perilous World, the fifth full-length studio album from cello rock trio Rasputina, was performed by the band's creator cellist/lead singer Melora Creager and drummer Jonathon TeBeest with second chair Sarah Bowman contributing additional vocals. It is a concept album and was released by the Filthy Bonnet Recording Co. with distribution through Rykodisc.
A Particularly Vicious Rumor
Black Hole Heart
Soft Time Traveler
Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys
Diabolical Streak is the second studio album by American Neo-Cabaret artist Jill Tracy, released in 1999.
Someday We'll Linger in the Sun
Waking The Mystics
Gravity & Grace
Pop Does Not Mean Popular: A Polite Introduction to Hussalonia (2004-2014)
Sonic New York
This Is My Hand
My Brightest Diamond
Back Pocket Tunes
Mirrors Break Back
The Zeitgeist Beckons
The Bad Beginning
Until the Horror Goes
John Congleton and the Nighty Nite
An Easy Escape
Life On Mars?
Sophia Anne Caruso
Into the Land of Phantoms
Jill Tracy and The Malcontent Orchestra
Seventh & Trade
Clare Fader & The Vaudevillains
The One Who Wanted More
Cheese On Bread
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