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Natasha Bedingfield?

Sorry but I have to disagree with the TV Ads being trashed at the moment, claiming the "most talented female artist around". I'm not saying she is bad, but I don't feel it is a must buy album, or deserves to have Fidelity as the No 1 on iTunes at the moment.

querky single album average

Great querky single("Fidelity")-put it on your ipod (maybe along with Carla Bruni)-these days if it makes it (as it has ) onto"Greys Anatomy" it's got to have something going for it but as the previous reviewer suggests the artist is far from the hype surrounding her at present and the album is only average but worth a listen to make up your own mind

An excellent album.

Regina Spektor's album isn't exactly mainstream and although Fidelity is very popular, the rest of the album is somewhat dissimiar (with the exception of On the Radio). However the album is excellent and she mixes classical piano elements really well into her songs. The bonus songs are the ones that she generally plays in her lives shows and are an entertaining addition to the Bonus track version. Fidelity, Better, Samson, Hotel Song and On the Radio are probably the best songs on the album and for those that like this kind of music, it really is a good album.


Born: 19 February 1980 in Moscow, Russia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A veteran of New York's anti-folk scene, songwriter Regina Spektor makes quirky, highly eclectic, but always personal music. Born and raised in Moscow until age nine, Spektor listened to her father's bootleg tapes of Western pop and rock as a young child and also learned to play piano. She and her family moved from Russia to the Bronx, where she was immersed in American culture (at the time, hers was the first Russian family in the borough in 20 years). Eventually, Spektor and her family became part...
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