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Act I - The Sea
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Girl In The Basement
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Without A Doubt
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Act II - The Ship
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Devils Dance
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Mantis Mantra
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Kinda Girl
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Act III - Festival
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Escape It All
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Somewhere Else
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Finale - Swan Song
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Comprised of acclaimed producer Stoupe and vocalist/pianist Lorrie Doriza. A classically inspired trip-pop plunge into a deranged storybook rabbit hole.

14 MP3 Songs in this album (50:07) !
Related styles: Pop: Baroque Pop, Electronic: Pop Crossover, Mood: Quirky

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Vespertina is a pop tour-de-force that combines catchy hooks with the drama and fantasy of opera. Comprised of critically
acclaimed producer Stoupe, of hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, and vocalist/pianist Lorrie Doriza, Vespertina is a classically inspired trip-pop plunge into a deranged storybook rabbit hole.

Nearly three years in the making, their groundbreaking debut LP album, "The Waiting Wolf," is a dark Odyssey that plays like a three act opera, following the trials of a girlâs tumultuous life. The fusion between Doriza's original compositions and Stoupe's trademark drums and production, with additional arrangements by up-and-coming Philadelphia producer, Z. Gillespie, give a wonderfully dramatic platform from which to weave her tale. Using a blend of both electronic and live instruments, along with a chorus of harmonies, Vespertina's sound is as big and theatrical as their live shows. Doriza's voice is at once powerful and coy, vengeful and sweet, but always a perfect complement to the music and always in character.

Doriza and Stoupe first worked together on the song "Find A Way" from Stoupe's 2009 solo album "Decalogue." For the past few years they have been hard at work on the record, sharing ideas between Philadelphia and New York, recording musicians in both cities, and now it's finally here.

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