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    YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS NEW SONG IS AWESOME. "Someday you'll grow up And then you'll forget All of the pain you endured Until you walk by a sad pair of eyes And up will come back all the hurt And you'll see their pain as they look away And you want to help But there's just no way 'Cause you won the war so it's not your turn But everything inside still burns" very mainstream sounding yet it still has regina-esque vibes alll onn itt. omg, all new songs on this album!!! I CANNOT. I legit,. cant. THIS JUST DOES NOT HAPPEN. preordering! Can you tell I am excited?
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    Post theories here. New website looks awesome! Love the animation. I am guessing new album and eventually new tour. Omgsh I wonder what will be on this album!!! SO exciting!
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    So I went to the show 6 days ago and wanted to share the story, some pics and videos WOT ahead. I was so happy when they added a show in Sweden. As you all can imagine... I dragged my now husband along. He has come with me once before for a Reggie concert, but the long wait was kinder then because it was summer. We arrived super early. Super. Ridiculously. But hey. If you're going to another city to see the best artist, musician and one of the top people in the world you might as well go all in. So we did. We were there at one. The doors would open at five. We thought. Turned out that it was seven. As we waited it got colder and colder. We actually went to buy some blankets to wrap around us. The people who walked by us thought we were homeless. But that's an interesting experience in its own. The next people who came and stayed in line with us arrived at four. They were four first-timers. Really fun to be able to tell them all about her concerts and songs and stuff! A very nice security guard let us in at like 5:30 and promised us we'd be first in line and would be able to hang our coats without falling back. So from then on everything was great She was a bit late out on stage, and I think she played like 90 minutes. People were so slow at filling their seats... They dropped in like 40 minutes after it was supposed to start. We had fun watching the stage crew set up reggie's water bottles and mugs and towels. They must've been out like 3-4 times each fixing the placing of things a cm at a time. I saw a guitar amplifier and realised we would be hearing You've Got Time (Jack wasn't there, it was someone else playing). She finally came out on stage and she was dressed up as a cat! Can you imagine? You haven't seen her in 3 years and expect a certain thing and out comes a cat-Regina. It was awesome though. The whole show was filled with jokes about her tail and ears. She was so talkative! And she had her eyes open more than she used to. Especially during the Trapper verses. It was so cool. I've known all of her little gestures and faces and sounds when playing the old songs. But I didn't have that information with the new songs. It was like watching someone totally new at some points. She looked up at the cieling, looked down with a thoughtful face at the keys (have a photo of that), did things with her feet and so on... So it was a very special show. I spent most of it just listening and watching. Didn't photograph that much either. It was a real treat hearing old songs like SECG and Sailor Song too. Like visiting old friends. She has kept the moves for SECG. And Better was a nice surprise. The audience clapped really well too. We kept the tempo for a very long time. I have never heard the ending that long. She really dragged it out, improvising singing while we clapped. So much fun... The highlights for me were Small Bill$, Sellers of Flowers, The Trapper and the Furrier, Obsolete (which was SO beautiful. I think it might be the song where she sings the prettiest. Not pretty as in boring. Pretty as in long clean notes and a lot of feeling)... And Après Moi. I had somehow forgotten about the song. It didn't occur to me that she might play it. It was marvellous. It was perfect. Some people I talked to afterwards said the same thing. Oh, how I would have liked to have it recorded...but maybe it's better that I don't. I wanna remember the feeling of that performance as it was. It was obvious he was having so much fun during this show! She was more vibrant than I have ever seen her. At one point I told her (I was right in front of her, and the audience was quiet) that we were having such a great time and she responded that she was too and I feel like she really connected to the audience. She was so open and honest and we all just loved being there. She also seemed very connected to her band. She and Yoed looked into eachothers' eyes during both the NMQP interludes. She seemed to joke with Brad when he forgot to start the same song. Laughed with Mattias when they didn't manage to start at the exact same beat... As you might have already seen on the brümstix facebook group she had some things to say about Karlsson på taket - a fictional character by Astrid Lindgren. That she - like all Russians - loved him and that she always tried to get some Karlson stuff when she was in Sweden, but that she couldn't find it anywhere. And she was asking us if anyone had any connections so that we could lift the copyright. It was very funny. But I actually don't think that there's something going on with the copyright. I just think he isn't that popular so that it's too expensive for the stores to get stuff in stock. I read someone had told her it was expensive in an interview I will be posting in that thread. It also says she wanted to buy the stuff for her son, which I had already guessed Some anecdotes: When she stood up to go to the mic for SB she was like "Aaah, she walks", because everyone clapped. "She's not just over there... Oh, and she's got a tail. Life is so much harder with a tail. Or well... I guess if you have a tail you're used to it and it isn't that hard...". When talking about Karlsson she asked to dim the lights and was like "Let's always play shows in the dark. I'm a cat anyway. You know what a cat looks like." She forgot the words for Us. She made the second line "and later say it's all our fault" and got lost. So we helped her quote the correct line and she was like "okok, then what?" and we ended up quoting the whole verse. She asked us to sing along, and when we did she shouted smiling "That helps a lot!" (Ah, she was so FUNNY!) After playing the intro to Samson (the last song) shew said: "Maybe I should take my ears of for this one..." Like this was the only serious song and then: "Without them I think I look like a mouse..." Afterwards only my husband and I waited by the back door. We still had to stand behind a security fence. The guards didn't want to answer if she had left, and I understood they weren't allowed. The bus was still there. And then she came out after we had only waited for 10 minutes! I had been so relaxed until then. Like it was just Regina. I have met her three times before. I had some irrational feeling of wanting to tell her how I had been, that I got married and is studying medicine now. But then I realised we hadn't met in 6 years, that she had no idea who I was and that I hadn't thought about what to say. I went all Poussey meets Judy King. She was walking towards us and all I could do was wave. And when she came up to us I rambled something about what a great show. The first thing she did was offer us fruit. Said they had plenty. So I had some Regina tour-fruit while my husband dug out the playlist we had gotten for her to sign. We got two pictures with a horrible flash. She joked about us being in jail like Karlsson because you could see the fence in the picture. I told her we had met before, and that the first time was in the same spot after the "polite Swedish psychic"-thing. And she remembered. That made me feel cool. At least she knows she's got a Swedish fan that's been with her since then. Then she said she needed to get back to the bus because of the cold. Probably didn't want to get ill. I asked her for a hug, she said of course, and then she was gone. And we alked off. Me questioning everything I had said, wishing I would have let her known how much her music has meant to me and how much it has shaped me. And congratulated her on the baby. --- The setlist is listed below. Links to youtube videos. The thing is they had told us that we absolutely were not allowed to tape. And to my face since I was in the front. They were really on about it. Like "If you take a photo - make it quick and then bring the camera down. Otherwise it might look like you're filming". So most of it is recorded from between me and my husbands elbows and sometimes I point the camera at different directions. And I didn't record much. Small Bill$ and The Trapper and the Furrier are really worth watching though. Cut the very low and very high frequiencies on your speakers...I will need to buy a new camera with a better mic for next time. On the Radio Grand Hotel Older and Taller Bleeding Heart Tornadoland Sailor Song Small Bill$ Sellers of Flowers Black and White You've Got Time Après Moi Silly Eye Color Generalizations Trapper and the Furrier Obsolete Blue Lips Better Ne Me Quitte Pas Us *encore* The Visit Fidelity Hotel Song Samson
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    It's true! Regina said this in an interview recently and I feel like it captures how a lot of people digest her music, and music in general, perfectly: “To me it’s a very breathing, living thing that someone invites into their house, kind of like a pet, and they can interact with the record when they’re in different moods, or different times of their lives. Maybe for months they can skip over one song as soon as it starts – something about it just annoys them – and then one day, when the time is right, that song just becomes the exact thing they need, and all of a sudden they’re like, ‘Wow, I never used to like this and now I love it.’ Another song they used to really like, maybe they never ever want to hear it again, you know; ‘I’ve taken all the nutrients from it and it’s got nothing left for me.’ I like that. That’s what music is to me, it’s almost like food – like a supplement or something. ”
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    I love the new song. Check out my reaction here! Will def post a video of me reacting to all the songs
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    I just love how she plopped all new songs on us. she's basically like, "brumstix people, not even you guys are gonna see this coming." its so surprising! How crazy is this? How do yall feel about this?
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    (Autographed CD/DVD is back up for sale! Get it here before it runs out of stock!) Hello, fellow Respektors! I am pleased to announce you can now order Regina's latest live album "Live On Soundstage" (In either CD/DVD or Standalone Blu-ray format)! The tracklisting includes: 1. On The Radio 2. Better3. Bleeding Heart 4. Older And Taller 5. Grand Hotel 6. Small Bill$ 7. Black and White 8. Hotel Song 9. The Trapper and the Furrier10. Sellers Of Flowers 11. Obsolete 12. Tornadoland (DVD only)13. You’ve Got The Time 14. New Year 15. Us 16. The Visit 17. The Light 18. Fidelity 19. Samson (All songs were taped on July 29, 2016 at WTTW's Grainger Studio in Chicago, IL) It is now avaliable on Amazon and other major retailers! Buy Blu-ray here. Buy CD + DVD here. Until next time! Noah
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    Streaming here: http://www.pbs.org/video/2365898003
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    Dude, this made me laugh so freakin' hard! I love it! Thing is, you don't get to choose your Regina. Your Regina chooses you.
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    Used to be active on Brümstix several years ago. Came to here to say that, first, I love the album. And second..."The Light" is heart-wrenchingly beautiful. Ugly tears coming out of me in public when I first heard it. <3 her.
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    Just finished my first listen! Love it so so much! I needed this so much right now The Trapper and the Furrier is my favorite for now. Followed by Tornadoland....so many cool sounds in that one!
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    Regina is the musical guest tonite on the Late Late Show with James Corden. CBS 12:37 AM EST
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    It is very hard to pick one song from each album (I think it would be easier to pick 1 song to cut from each album) but here it goes: 11:11 - Buildings Songs - Ne me quitte pas Soviet Kitsch - Ode to Divorce Begin to Hope - On the Radio (this one is sooo hard, it is a 12 way tie for first!) Far - Folding Chair (another almost impossible choice.) Live in London - Silly Eye Color Generalizations (had to add this one in because I love it so much) Cheap Seats - Firewood (also not easy.) Remember Us to Life - Older and Taller (so far, can't wait to hear more...)
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    PBS Soundstage, Channel Thirteen, New York: October 3, 2016, 12:00AM Midnight (night October 2 / October 3). Also, Regina will be a musical guest on September 27 on CBS Late night show with Stephen Colbert.
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    I really like Older and Taller Is anyone else getting a bit of an 'Only Son' vibe from this one? Hard for me to explain why but for example when she sings "and that's all you need to know", that's something I can imagine Jack singing as well with that melody.
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    Glad this is bumped up.. 11:11 Braille Soviet Kitsch - The Flowers Begin to Hope - Apres Moi Far - Calculation (or One More Time with Feeling) Cheap Seats - All the Rowboats
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    Regi is scheduled to be on the BBC next Saturday; not sure of the time zone, but they usually have audio available afterwards...
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    Wow! I just listened to it for the first time. Kind of has this Bjork/M.I.A/Regina feel haha
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    The 'official' video for the song. The animation is also quite lovely, and Regi's big smile at the beginning is alone worth watching.. R
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    I know people have posted about the show here on the Stix and on Facebook groups, but I wanted to type up my thoughts about the new material as well... The show itself was capital "I" incredible. It was like 3 hours long because Regina was nervous as shit and kept messing up -- which was awesome for us because, like, then we could hear the stuff again...and sometimes again and again -- but I felt awful for her! She was real freaked out, but powered through was characteristically badass. I can't wait to watch it again! Pretty sure she played the whole album, and at least one song from the deluxe version. Some Begin to Hope songs were played as well, and Us. This is the setlist as far as I can remember. It's sort of in chronological order, but don't take it for gospel. I think she followed the tracklisting of the CD for the most part. On the Radio Better (after Better and before Bleeding Heart, Regina hilariously issued "Not a warning...and not a disclaimer...but this is the first time we've ever played these new songs...") Bleeding Heart Older and Taller Grand Hotel Small Bill$ Black and White Hotel Song The Light The Trapper and the Furrier Tornadoland (maaaybe...) Us Obsolete Sellers of Flowers The Visit New Year You've Got Time Fidelity On the Radio (again) Trapper and the Furrier (again) Bleeding Heart (again) Samson! The new stuff is so good. These are my rambly thoughts about each new song: Bleeding Heart: Sound much more "classically" Regina live, with a string section. Go figure. The song has grown on me a whole lot since it came out, so hearing it live was, like, triply joyous. The second time she played it she forgot the words to the final part "How long must I cry...till you know that you really tried..." The whole evening she was talking about how things seemed so surreal and looked weird, so I hope she felt all right! Eventually Jack told her the words through her headset, prompting a "Thank God for Jack Dishel" from Regina and copious cheers from the audience. Older and Taller: IS SO GOOD. "I remember you older and taller, but you're really younger and smaller..." (Not exact lyrics, but gisty.) It's real fun and beautiful. Grand Hotel: One of my standouts for the evening. All about a hotel with an "elevator to hell" underneath. Small Bill$: This song was craaazy. It's Regina at the mic with a very sinister sounding string part (I think, in that video of Regina dancing while her orchestra practiced, they were rehearsing Small Bill$.) She does this cool "La la la la..." part, and exaggerates the pronunciation of "Coca Coooooola." I loved it! Black and White: This was a pretty song, but I don't remember it very well, unfortunately. (I guess my memory can only fit in so much awesome shit for one night. ) Kind of How-y. I'm excited to hear it again! The Light: Oh my God, guys. This song is so, so beautiful... Lines I remember: "I know that the morning is wiser than the evening..." "You and your daddy look like poets..." and an incredible chorus of "The light is shining in my eyes, the light is shining in my eyes..." with Regina going real high. The Trapper and the Furrier: HOLY SHIT DUDES. THIS SONG. BALLS TO THE WALL. Song starts with Regina standing at the mic, singing about a trapper and a furrier taking a walk through paradise and collecting the pelts of "clawless and toothless" animals. The chorus/bridge thing is Regina balladry, ending with her yelling "More, more, more, MORE!" before the song EXPLODED into this incredible drum/cello driven part...I've had this song stuck in my head. There's a line about PowerPoint presentations, which Regina calls "power presentations" and reminds me of that line in The Clocks Were Asleep ("The gentleman giving the power presentation felt a bayonet scar on his shoulder reopen...") Tornadoland: The song I think is Tornadoland may or may not be Tornadoland. The lyrics of the song in question dealt with storms. Another song I don't remember very well, but not because it wasn't incredible! Again, my memory, I guess, has an awesome quota. Obsolete: Man, this was heartwrenching. All about feeling useless. It reminded me of how I felt when I was struggling with depression. Pretty sure Regina was crying by the end...could have been my mind playing tricks, though. She also played it after she fucked "Us" up and had to take a couple-minute breather, so I think she was feeling kind of shitty, too. Regardless, she knocked this song out of the park. Fuck, it was good. Sellers of Flowers: Very pretty! About roses surviving winter in street lights. That's all I really remember, along with some stuff about fathers and daughters... The Visit: Another pretty ballad! Don't remember a lot -- the narrator is glad someone came to visit because "You always make me smile." New Year: A knockout song. "She sets her alarm for five minutes to midnight" so she can wake up and greet the New Year. The narrator is reflective and glad to be alive, to see another spring "come to this town." Kind of love-lettery to New York City. Very, very pretty. In general, the new stuff seems really concerned with light, specifically light shining in your eyes. Lots of songs have lines about opening eyes and seeing light...I'm sensing a theme? Neither Stay nor Party Upstairs made an appearance. I was hopeful when Jack came onstage and grabbed his guitar, but it ended up being You've Got Time. I talked to Jack after the show, and mentioned Party Upstairs and he said they haven't even recorded it yet! Regina did say they're thinking about playing it later in the tour, though. Phillipa Soo (of Hamilton fame) was present, and we (the group of 9 who waited to meet Reg at the end of the show) saw her leave the parking lot. None of us knew her name at the time, though, and we weren't totally confidant it was her, prompting us to joke about calling "the Hamilton girl" over for a picture. Regina came out about 2 hours after the show, and she was so damn awesome. She totally used my Sharpie to sign everyone's shit...I got a pic with her and a funny one with Jack (I asked him to look bored, because hey, funny!). I hung out with a fellow Stixer (Czenia! Did I spell that right? Probably not. ) who was wearing a bomb "Never never mind" shirt (the one from the Bleeding Heart single cover) that Regina and Jack loved. I think Jack pointed it out to Regina first, who went "WHAT! You made it real!" Everyone was so awesome and the show was awesome and awesomeawesomeawesome. This was real rambly, but I'm tired and wired and was temporarily homeless in Chicago after getting locked out after the show but...man. What. An. Experience.
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    She played what felt like the entire album at the Chicago show. The songs are absolutely stellar. I mean, I knew I was going to be taken with new Spektor, but these songs really floored me, to the point of tears at some points. Also, one of the major highlights was a song that featured her beat-boxing. I can't wait to be able to hear it again. I had certain lyrics stuck in my head all day.
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    I preordered that clear vinyl so fast lol. She wasn't kidding about all new songs on the album. Not even Stay or Party Upstairs. Is this the first time that's happened for a new Regi album since songs?
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    I'm so excited! It's been far too long... Stay and Party Upstairs would be neat. I have a feeling this one will have mostly new stuff...I remember Regina saying she felt like she'd done her older catalogue proud with WWSFTCS, that she mo longer felt as beholden to them. Best day ever!
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    I turn 36 in 48 minutes...I believe I might ask for plane tickets to Germany for my birthday.
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    Welcome. Lately i have been thinking about Jessica, and how Regina has a knack of mixing sad lyrics with pleasant or jaunty melodies; an effective mix. It has been quiet here recently; you may also want to check out the FaceBook group which is pretty active. https://www.facebook.com/groups/2243935849/?ref=bookmarks
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    Hello all, I'm new. I thought this may be a good place to introduce myself and pop my comment cherry. Today I'm mostly listening to 'Songs', enjoying "Reading Time With Pickle" - which makes me laugh. Also I have listened to 'How' a decent amount of times over the last few days, this doesn't make me laugh, it does that other thing, you know… I doubt I need to explain why. She has a way of endearing herself to my brain which I feel powerless to control. I love it when an artist does that. Stop by and say Hi sometime x
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    http://www.reginaspektor.nicewebsite.info/music/2002-05-04/2002-05-04_02_%27in_the_studio%27_%28Sidewalk_Cafe,_aborted%29.mp3 from http://reginaspektor.net/blog/2005/10/hey-remember-that-time-when-i-would.html
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    Omg, just recently i had a Regi dream! It was a concert, of course lol and she played a new song. I actually was able to remember it when i woke up! I was able to sing it and i swear i wrote down some lyrics. It was a duet with Jack. But who am i to say anything my brain would dream up would be worthy of the title of Regina? No chance in hell i could write something on her level, that's part of the magic of her work, and why we are all so eager for the next release!
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    So I bought this 11:11 off of eBay for an offer price of $85! It is a limited edition promo CD from 2001 that Regina made for her family and friends. The CD is painted and varnished. Only 50 copies were made!
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    Hello everyone, I'm a long time follower of the forum, but only just decided to register because tomorrow for the first time ever, I will be seeing Regina live at her show in London and I'm beyond excited. I've been a fan for almost a decade now, but I never had the chance to see her live in he past. As I will be taking my wife and daughter with me and we'll be driving down to London after work, I was wondering if anyone attending tonight's concert could post some informaion about the show afterwards. I'd really like to know what time you were able to get in the venue, and what time Regina gets onstage as I'm not really sure If we'll make it on time. Also if you could tell em roughly what time the show finishes, so at least we know what time we're meant to be driving back, so I can deal with parking. Thanks in advance! Hopefully I'll have a nice story to share after that as well!
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    Hi - I just heard Regina is coming to Boston in March! I'm really excited, never have been able to see her before. I saw tickets go on pre sale, but have been searching my email and her website for the pre sale code, but don't think I ever got it? Does anyone know if it was already sent out (or what the code was?) or if I'm out of luck? Thanks!!
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    Hey all! I downloaded and organized ALL of the files from the yahoo group into a neat little collection. Take a look! I'm continually updating it by adding new files (check readme.txt for the change log). Feel free to share this link or download the entire collection (58.6 MB). Keep in mind that if you download you may not know when I add new files. Enjoy! :-)
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    I bought a pair of tickets for friends who cannot attend this show, so I'm selling them. Ticketmaster charged me: $162.90 (including fees). Bring $160.00 in cash & they are yours. These are hard-copy, physical paper tickets located next to each other in the center section of the Balcony, Row G. I will be going to the show as well (sitting elsewhere), so we can meet up outside Town Hall before the show around 7:30pm, which is when the doors open. At the New Haven, CT show on Saturday, Regina came on stage just after 8:15pm and there was no opening act, so you'll be there in plenty of time. Anyone interested can notify me privately with a message through this board. Don't forget to give me your contact info! Thanks Edit: It really would be too bad for these tickets to go to waste. I'm flexible on the price. So if anyone is interested, make me an offer.
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    I really like the fan interviews! Rolling Stone 'Talks Colorful New LP' 9/30/16 Late Show with James Corden 'Small Bill$' 9/30/16 NPR "I see my family in everybody" 10/3/16 Chicago Sun Times Article 10/5/16 Reddit AMA 10/5/16 KCSN Live Session 9/30/16 (I'm pretty sure she played most of if not the whole album here) Kyle Meredith https://m.soundcloud.com/wfpk/kyle-meredith-with-regina-spektor?in=wfpk/sets/kyle-meredith-with#t=1:19
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    This is likely my favorite Regina review of all time... It captures the poetry and beauty of her work like no other I have seen... http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/71830/Regina-Spektor-Remember-Us-To-Life/
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    I love reading all of your posts on this thread: it is nice to know there are other people like me who are in love with Regina's music. This new album is truly breath-taking. When I first heard "The Light" I couldn't believe how she perfectly captured my inner thoughts and emotions. It was like she was reading my mind and then expressing things in a way that was more beautiful than I had imagined possible. I have to be careful where I listen to that song because "ugly tears in public" are sure to follow! And then "Obsolete": I can't express it with words, but what a perfect song that is. Simply stunning. Right now I usually listen to those 2 first because I am just drawn to them magnetically. Sometimes I will replay them several times in a row before I jump back to "Older and Taller". It also moves me but in a less gut-wrenching way. Then I let it play through "Grand Hotel", "Small Bill$" and "Black and White" (all great songs). Before "The Light" starts again (I have to be quick or I could sucked back in...) I skip ahead to "Tornadoland" (fantastic!) and then skip ahead (again, careful to avoid getting pulled into "Obsolete"...) to "Sellers of Flowers" and "The Visit". I still haven't gotten fully into "The Trapper and The Furrier" or the extras but I have no doubt it is only a matter of time. I like "Bleeding Heart" for an occasional listen, but at this point I don't see that one moving onto my full-time Regina playlist.
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    BBC 'White Lies and Sad Songs' 9/20/16 Telegraph 'On Trump, Brexit, and Motherhood' 9/25/16 COS 'How to Make a Heart Explode' 9/26/16 Noisey Interview 9/28/16 Alcaline "Black and White" 9/27/16 Late Show with Stephen Colbert "Bleeding Heart" 9/27/16
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    What kind of fan supports leaks? Lol ill wait for the album i paid for when its supposed to come out...
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    This is such a beautiful song. The strings are gorgeous. So hummable, too!
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    if someone could get 8th floor BYOS/Bring Your Own Shovel Belt AB Making Records A Cannon I'd die of happiness. Ive been looking for 8th floor for so long...
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    *Purchasing tickets for the Rough Trade NYC show in Brooklyn will only be possible via a lottery system, due to the limited number of tickets available. This is so that everyone has a fair chance to purchase tickets. Also, please note the Rough Trade show is 21+. For all the details on the Rough Trade show, click here!
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    Yeah I was just reading comments on her fb and some people seem to think it's really different than her past songs but it's totally still Regina lol I can't wait to see her play this live
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    Thank you, bum³! Regina is always so awesome and thoughtful in interviews -- I'm just excited for her to do some as I am the new music!
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    I'm still not convinced Stay won't make an appearance as either "The Visit" or "The One Who Stayed and the One Who Left!"
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    Those lucky Regi fans in the Chicago area have a chance to see her next week! (from her instagram) Hi everyone! I'm doing the wonderful SoundStage @PBS show in Chicago. Tix go on sale at 12pm CST on Thursday 21st http://wttw.com/soundstage
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    Hey! Brand new here. So is this finally happening?! "I Cut Off My Hair"; and "Musicbox" are bangers! From forever ago but I hope they make it to some sort of LP/EP one day. Also, I think a remake of "Blue Lips" would be dope...similar to what she did for "Nemme Quitte Pas/"Don't Leave Me" on WWSFTCS
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    I hope it's a quintuple LP with 45 songs! But really I'd be ecstatic for just one new song.
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    So something is definitely brewing..