lambchop

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  1. ... and I yank out my headphones to hear familiar voice floating over the PA. Madame Regina. But what's this? A song I don't recognise? A song I do not know?! Can it be?!! I didn't recognise it from her live shows or from songs that I've guiltily downloaded from reginaspektor.net. So I'm reckoning it's either some obscure piece that has only just seen the light of day and made it's way to Topshop, or they have a promo copy of the new album. It's all very exciting.
  2. So I'm in Topshop....

    ... and I yank out my headphones to hear familiar voice floating over the PA. Madame Regina. But what's this? A song I don't recognise? A song I do not know?! Can it be?!! I didn't recognise it from her live shows or from songs that I've guiltily downloaded from reginaspektor.net. So I'm reckoning it's either some obscure piece that has only just seen the light of day and made it's way to Topshop, or they have a promo copy of the new album. It's all very exciting.
  3. Edinburgh

    I was there..... dear Miss Spektor was quite hypnotic as usual. I thoroughly enjoyed the new songs, they were quite lush. What a great gig!!
  4. Regina in the UK this summer

    So it was the Cabaret Voltaire gig last night..... AMAZING!! Best show I've ever seen Regina do - her voice was in top form, she played lots of fantastic songs, including a couple of newbies that I'd never heard. And Samson, which led me to tears (how embarrassing) and Amanda from the Dresden Dolls joined her for UghMerica as well. Fan-bloody-tastic. And the crowd were superb as well. Yay!
  5. Regina in the UK this summer

    Oooh, only five days until the Cabaret Voltaire show! How exciting!! Could I use any more exclamation marks in one post?!!! Hope everyone that's going enjoys it!
  6. Glasgow Barfly

    quote: i was the guy standing against the left hand pillar, with the beard and wearing the black bandana. Oh, I remember seeing you, yeah. Have you seen Miss Reggie before? Swirly, I can't believe you didn't speak to her! She's lovely!! First time I saw her at Barfly she came up and asked me if I was Lambchop, ahaha!
  7. Glasgow Barfly

    No way!! Hmm, I don't remember seeing you. You've got red hair, right? I was the burd with the blonde curly hair, with the tall guy with longish black hair. I had a nosy at the merch stall afterwards, but they were out of buttons, and I've already got the albums. And I didn't fancy a t-shirt. I think I'll make my own! Did you buy anything? Did you get Songs? I can't believe you were there!! Any more Glasgow gigs coming up missus?
  8. Glasgow Barfly

    quote: lamchop is that you? It's swirly! The one and only!! Hiya doll, didn't I TELL you Regina was fab!!! Glad you enjoyed the gig me dear. I can't believe you were there! Where were you standing? I was beside the right pillar, on the left hand side of it. If that makes sense.
  9. Favorite song off of Soviet Kitsch?

    I would have to go with Us. I just loves it. My fave off Songs is Samson, I think. And Buildings, from Eleven Eleven kicks ass.
  10. Glasgow Barfly

    Oh. My. Goodness. Oh me oh my. Ooh, Miss Regina was FAB last night, she was so good!!! Her voice was just in top tune, and the songs were all brilliant. And the audience were just mesmerised the entire time!! So I can't realy remember the set list, but I know she started with Eight Mile High and finished another a cappella song, I think called My Man. That was right after Summer In The City. And she played Ode to Divorce and Carbon Monoxide and The Flowers and Ghost of Corporate Future and Sailor Song. And Prisoners. And That Time, and Bobbing For Apples. Ooh, and Uncle Bobby. And the one with bits of Russian in it, is it Apres Moi? And, wow. Go me. I know more songs than I thought!! Fab, fab, fab.
  11. Glasgow Barfly

    Oh. My. Goodness. Oh me oh my. Ooh, Miss Regina was FAB last night, she was so good!!! Her voice was just in top tune, and the songs were all brilliant. And the audience were just mesmerised the entire time!! So I can't realy remember the set list, but I know she started with Eight Mile High and finished another a cappella song, I think called My Man. That was right after Summer In The City. And she played Ode to Divorce and Carbon Monoxide and The Flowers and Ghost of Corporate Future and Sailor Song. And Prisoners. And That Time, and Bobbing For Apples. Ooh, and Uncle Bobby. And the one with bits of Russian in it, is it Apres Moi? And, wow. Go me. I know more songs than I thought!! Fab, fab, fab.
  12. Video for Ode to Divorce

    Hey kids, Drowned In Sound, the rather fantabulous online music magazine, has a whole bunch of stuff you can watch and listen to. Including the video for the next single from Soviet Kitsch, Ode to Divorce. Just go to http://www.drownedinsound.com/audio.php and you can see it. Tis marvellous!
  13. Hey kids, Drowned In Sound, the rather fantabulous online music magazine, has a whole bunch of stuff you can watch and listen to. Including the video for the next single from Soviet Kitsch, Ode to Divorce. Just go to http://www.drownedinsound.com/audio.php and you can see it. Tis marvellous!
  14. Foreign tour dates?

    Yay!! UK Mini Tour! Including Glasgow on May 8th! *jumps for joy* I am dashing off to buy tickets forthwith. It's been far too long since we had some Reginaness at the Barfly!
  15. Jeez, you go away for a while...

    Aah, it's just been mental busy in work for me and stuff, then I jetted off to Japan for a couple of weeks!! I trust everyone is well here? Jolly good. And spreading the Regina word, no doubt!!