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Foreign Land
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Foreign Land

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Track Listing: 1. Off Screen 2. 36 3. King Size 4. Dream Room 5. Submission 6. Lost in D 7. German Heart 8. As The Stranger Talks Spanish-Danish chanteuse Christina Rosenvinge's sophomore Smells Like Records release. Recorded in New York City at Sonic Youth's Echo Canyon Studio and the Magic Shop, Christina again enlisted the help of Steve Shelley and Lee Ranaldo, and Tim Foljahn (Two Dollar Guitar) and added the bass playing of Jeremy Wilms and guitar and voice of Smokey Hormel (Beck, Tom Waits). The album also benefits from a collaboration with the Soldier String Quartet. Soaked in sweet melancholy, "King Size" and "Submission" (equal parts Gainsbourg and the VU) should become classic cuts, as should conceptual experiments such as the claustrophobic "German Heart" (Neubauten fronted by Brigitte Fontaine), which stretches itself into a sharp lamento. For information on accessing download, click HERE.
 
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Track Listing: 1. Off Screen 2. 36 3. King Size 4. Dream Room 5. Submission 6. Lost in D 7. German Heart 8. As The Stranger Talks Spanish-Danish chanteuse Christina Rosenvinge's sophomore Smells Like Records release. Recorded in New York City at Sonic Youth's Echo Canyon Studio and the Magic Shop, Christina again enlisted the help of Steve Shelley and Lee Ranaldo, and Tim Foljahn (Two Dollar Guitar) and added the bass playing of Jeremy Wilms and guitar and voice of Smokey Hormel (Beck, Tom Waits). The album also benefits from a collaboration with the Soldier String Quartet. Soaked in sweet melancholy, "King Size" and "Submission" (equal parts Gainsbourg and the VU) should become classic cuts, as should conceptual experiments such as the claustrophobic "German Heart" (Neubauten fronted by Brigitte Fontaine), which stretches itself into a sharp lamento. For information on accessing download, click HERE.