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Soviet Kitsch is the major label debut and third album by American singer/songwriter Regina Spektor. The title is drawn from Milan Kundera's expression for the vacuous aesthetics of Stalinist-style 'communism', a theme in his book The Unbearable Lightness of Being. One version of the album was released with a bonus DVD, which included a short promotional film titled The Survival Guide to Soviet Kitsch and the music video for the song "Us".



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  • Avatar for Kiyoshi_95
    This became one of my all time favourite albums.
  • Avatar for St8of_Emergency
    an album to be cherished
  • Avatar for rrrrrmmmmm
    Such a perfect album
  • Avatar for Scantily
    Her best!
  • Avatar for halfmike
    This album constantly amazes me with how good it is is from start to finish. Not a dull track here unless you count the "whispers" track but it ends up breaking up the album into A and B parts very nicely. I always come back to this album and play it through cause it's so bloody good. It flows amazingly from song to song. If only I could play it through entirely on piano.....
  • Avatar for Kleber01z
    My favorite
  • Avatar for edusocien
    Her best album although I have to listen her last album ^^ .
  • Avatar for OrpheusBathory
    This is one of the best albums in music history. Just saying.
  • Avatar for kungfulasers
    Still her best album, IMO.
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