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Customer Reviews

moving backwards in time

Every time I get another album of Regina's I love her more and more. I started with Soviet Kitch and moved back to Songs, and then finally 11:11. The farther back I go, the more I love her music. Regina's songwriting is weird and original and she uses her voice brilliantly. Her Jazz and Classical training come out in this album more than they do in any others, and her ability to stretch and come up with so many different sounds outside of the normal stream of what musicians will do with their voices separates her from the bulk of other female recording artists who focus solely on sounding pretty and witty. Regina's voice is both pretty and witty, but at the same time completely untamed; running all over the page and expressing a wide range of human emotion. If you're new to Regina's style I suggest getting one of her later albums (Begin to Hope, or Soviet Kitch) before buying 11:11, as she is definately an aquired taste, and this album is Regina in her purest form. If you're already a fan of her work, I definately recommend it!

made me pause

i was listening to NPR "the next big thing" on a long trip home. I was floored by Regina's sound. I was even more surprised by how simple she spoke in the interview. She sounded as if she was a child....and then when she sang i was blown away. She sang a song that she wrote the night before. She never writes the songs down she just memorizes them. If you like Fiona Apple you will love Regina. I a very impressed

"hey how much for that back of a head man?"

This album is great . . . in fact, Regina in general is great. My favorite album of hers is probably Songs, which (as luck would have it) they don't have on iTunes, but literally anything she's ever done is worth checking out. She plays piano beautifully, but her voice is her greatest instrument (and she does use it like one, stretching out syllables and scatting and doing all sorts of crazy things). Besides that, her lyrics are brilliant and mysterious. My favorite tracks on this particular album are 2.99 Cent Blues and Pavlov's Daughter, but they're all great. Hope you enjoy it . . .

Biography

Born: February 19, 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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