Songs (Regina Spektor album)

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Studio album by Regina Spektor
Released 2002
Recorded December 25, 2001 at Antenna Studios, NYC
Genre Anti-folk
Length 49:26
Label self-released
Producer Joe Mendelson, Regina Spektor
Regina Spektor chronology
Soviet Kitsch

Songs is the second album by singer-songwriter Regina Spektor. The album was recorded in its entirety on Christmas Day of 2001; all songs were recorded in one take. Copies of the self-released album were sold at Spektor's early live shows. The album is still sold at shows, and is available for purchase periodically at the independent CD retailer

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Regina Spektor

No. Title Length
1. "Samson"   3:54
2. "Oedipus"   4:50
3. "Prisoners"   3:03
4. "Reading Time with Pickle"   5:33
5. "Consequence of Sounds"   5:09
6. "Daniel Cowman"   4:51
7. "Bon Idée"   4:10
8. "Aching to Pupate"   2:13
9. "Lounge"   3:34
10. "Lacrimosa"   5:14
11. "Lulliby"   2:27
12. "Ne Me Quitte Pas"   4:38



Songs, recorded on December 25, 2001. Times Square was cold, quiet, abandoned. Joe Mendelson and I were going to archive a list of songs. We recorded seventeen—here are twelve of them. When you are listening to this little disk, try to think that you are in on a secret...

Engineered, mastered, and made possible, by the talented and generous Joe Mendelson, Antenna Studios, NYC. Making this session into a CD inspired by David Poe. So many thanks to the above individuals, and also to everyone good... © Regina Spektor 2002[1]