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Twisted Cabaret, Vol. 1

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01
Start a Fire
Artist: The Tiger Lillies
2:17
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The Earlie King
Artist: Baby Dee
5:27
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Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn?
Artist: Evelyn Evelyn
2:13
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The Sweetest Songs
Artist: The Real Tuesday Weld
4:23
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Bank of Boston Beauty Queen
Artist: The Dresden Dolls
5:42
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Da Da Da Die
Artist: Budam
3:46
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J'aurais aimé
Artist: The Maxi Monster Music Show
3:37
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The Dying Oilman
Artist: The Residents
3:14
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Gekko renka
Artist: Kokusyoku Sumire
4:35
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Saylor Sandham's Sister
Artist: Katzenjammer Kabarett
4:19
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Bonnie and Clyde
Artist: Vermillion Lies
2:47
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Sit On Down
Artist: Little Annie
3:18
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Knoeck
Artist: De Kift
3:58
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Man or Mouse
Artist: The Legendary Pink Dots
5:48
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New Guitar
Artist: Aranos
4:15
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What Have You Done to Your Face?
Artist: Marcella and the Forget Me Nots
3:48
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Vapamou rire
Artist: El Tiger Comics Group, Joël Hubaut
5:06
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Balloon Animal Suicide (Big Blue Ribbons)
Artist: Little White Rabbits Still Bleed Red
4:35
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 73:08

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Amanda F Palmer baby!

thricecursed

I can't say anything about the vast majority of this collection, but track 2 and 5 are excellent. I love Amanda and these are both projects of hers. :) I think I might take track 7 though..it sounds pretty good.

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Twisted Cabaret, Vol. 1 collects 18 contemporary cabaret-style pop gems that run the gamut from deliciously wicked (Baby Dee’s “The Earlie King”) to flat-out nuts (Little White Rabbits Still Bleed Red’s “Balloon Animal Suicide [Big Blue Ribbons]”). It’s a novel idea for a mix, and one with a specific audience in mind. Whether it’s the Gypsy-fueled fury of Kokusyoku Sumire’s “Gekko Renka” or the classic electronic paranoia of the Residents (“The Dying Oilman”), Twisted Cabaret provides a nice soundtrack for whatever fetish needs tending to. – James Christopher Monger