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What We Saw from the Cheap Seats is the sixth studio album by Russian–American alternative singer-songwriter Regina Spektor. On November 21, 2011, Spektor posted on her Facebook page that the album had been recorded with Mike Elizondo in Los Angeles during the summer of 2011. It was released on May 29, 2012. The album is a collection of new material along with the very first studio recordings of several of Spektor's older live songs.

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  • How can I never see you again? How?!
  • What a stupid guy decided release gloomy "All the Rowboats" as a first single instead of catchy positive "Don't Leave Me (Ne me quitte pas)" ? Her dickhead managers must be shot.
  • This is officially her worst album. Although still good.
  • Fave lady and maybe new fave 2012 album
  • I'm relatively new to Regina's discography, but I'm enjoying this album better than all her previous ones. One of 2012's finest albums, definitely!
  • MUCH BETTER than previous FAR! [3]
  • Amazing album. Didn't take to it at first but after multiple listens it grew on me. Amazing album.
  • MUCH BETTER than previous FAR! [2]
  • need more listener
  • worst album. 0/10 Its not Regina Spektor.

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