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Tough Critics On Regina Spektor

Unvarnished reviews from three New York City fifth graders.

Monday, September 17, 2012 - 12:00 AM

This year, idiosyncratic singer-songwriter and pianist Regina Spektor released her sixth solo album, What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, to high praise. The Observer (UK) called Spektor " a pop maverick worth cherishing," NME said "this is classy stuff" and Sputnikmusic called it "her best effort yet." But that was before our Tough Critics got their hands on it.

Today, Elisabeth, Will and Onaje -- three fifth graders from the Little Red School House in Greenwich Village -- pick apart the song "All The Rowboats" from Regina Spektor.



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