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Regina Spektor Re-pressing 'Soviet Kitsch' in Celebration of 20th Anniversary


In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Regina Spektor will be repressing her beloved major label debut album Soviet Kitsch (out November 3) to vinyl. Pre-order the limited edition record HERE, pressed on translucent yellow vinyl.

Her third studio album overall, Spektor independently released the LP in mid-2003 before signing with Sire Records who re-released the album in 2004. Often referred to as her breakthrough album, Soviet Kitsch features beloved songs "Us", "Carbon Monoxide", "The Flowers", and "Poor Little Rich Boy." NME called the album one of the best of the decade in 2009.

Spektor is currently in the midst of a summer tour, with remaining dates at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (August 10), SummerStage in NYC's Central Park (August 24), and more. More info and remaining dates HERE. Her latest studio album Home, before and after, was released last year to critical praise from New York Times, NPR Music and more. Bob Boilen at NPR Music called her song “Up The Mountain” his favorite song of 2022.

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