Major label debut from New York's Regina Spektor. Soviet Kitsch was originally self released by Spektor in 2003 before Sire released the album in 2004. Spektor initially came out of New York's anti-folk scene, but had refined her sound by this album. Includes the songs: "Us," "Carbon Monoxide," and "Somedays." Eleven tracks in all. Released by Sire on black vinyl.
- music label: Sire 2004 / 2016
reviewed by Le Haim 07/2016
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