"Maybe it's just the preponderance of piano in her music, but Regina Spektor sounds more like a traditional singer/songwriter (in the best sense of that phrase) than her anti-folk contemporaries. On Soviet Kitsch, her third album — and major label debut — her sound is more refined than ever before, but there are plenty of rough edges and unexpected twists and turns.
"The Fiona Apple and Cat Power comparisons that have been leveled at Spektor since her first album 11:11 are still valid, particularly on songs like 'Carbon Monoxide' and 'Somedays,' but Spektor is more theatrical and playful than either of those artists." — AllMusic
|Ode to Divorce|
|Poor Little Rich Boy|
|Your Honor – feat. Kill Kenada|
|Ghost of Corporate Future|