What We Saw From the Cheap Seats by Regina Spektor

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Playful quirkiness, precisely detailed songcraft, and lyrics that you want to listen to are the hallmarks of this New York "anti-folk" singer-songwriter.  Upon first listen, I loved the quality of Spektor's voice but was slightly put off by some of her characteristic vocal mannerisms and doodads.  Listeners will probably either love her or hate her, but I found that after the second time through this album, I was won over. I knew for sure when I found musical phrases from both the ballads and the more up-tempo numbers running through my head all day long.  Check Our Catalog

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