"Regina is a musician who is never content to sit still. In part, that is why What We Saw From The Cheap Seats is a downright scary album. An artist who could already seemingly do no wrong went and became even more perfect.”
Presale starts 3/28 at 10am.
1. Small Town Moon
2. Oh Marcello
3. Don’t Leave Me (ne me quitte pas)
5. Patron Saint
7. All the Rowboats
8. Ballad of a Politician
10. The Party
Deluxe Version (iTunes) also contains “Call Them Brothers (feat. Only Son)”, “The Prayer of Francois Villon (Moltiva) [Cover Song in Russian]”, and “Old Jacket (stariy Pedjak) [Cover Song in Russian]
* A 1:29 second preview of “Don’t Leave Me (ne me quitte pas) can currently be listened to on iTunes and the song is available for purchase!
Wow!! Awesome news for Russian fans!!!
(source) Two recent interviews reveal details of the official tracklist for ‘What We Saw From The Cheap Seats‘. Three of the newly revealed songs are tracks that were previously performed live, while the fourth is a completely new composition.
An interview with Brazilian magazine folha.com, mentions ‘don’t let me be misunderstood’, which is a lyric from ‘Oh Marcello‘. Another interview with German radio station, Kingfm.net, mentions ‘Small Town Moon’ , “a playfully romantic ballad”; “the earnest” ‘How’; and the “economically instrumented, thoughtful” ‘Open’.
We heard that ‘Patron Saint’, ‘Ballad of a Politician’, ‘Firewood’, and two brand new tracks entitled ‘Jessica’ and ‘The Party’ are also expected to make the tracklist, but this is yet to be officially confirmed.
Official tracklist TBA. These tracks have been confirmed so far:
Her first single!
“Warner Music Group has initiated an original YouTube channel, ‘The Warner Sound,’ that will feature exclusive new content from the major label […] built around exclusive access to superstars, celebrities and breaking talent, ‘The Warner Sound’ will offer an eclectic mix of specially produced programs, all with music at their core[.] Also, airing will be ‘The Live Room,’ a series of intimate performances with scheduled appearances by B.o.B. and Regina Spektor…”
From Regi on Facebook: