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  • k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang’s Sing it Loud is lang's first record made entirely with a band of her own since the pair of albums with the Reclines that launched her career over 20 years ago. "The big, beautiful voice of k.d. lang swoops, purrs and soars" on the album, says the Los Angeles Times. USA Today says it "nods to lang's alt-country roots while reinforcing her reputation as a singer of genre-defying dexterity and beauty." The Ottawa Citizen calls it "a torch-and-twangtinged stunner."

  • k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang’s Sing it Loud is lang's first record made entirely with a band of her own since the pair of albums with the Reclines that launched her career over 20 years ago. "The big, beautiful voice of k.d. lang swoops, purrs and soars" on the album, says the Los Angeles Times. USA Today says it "nods to lang's alt-country roots while reinforcing her reputation as a singer of genre-defying dexterity and beauty." The Ottawa Citizen calls it "a torch-and-twangtinged stunner."

  • This two-disc k.d. lang retrospective—which includes favorites like "Constant Craving" and "Smoke Rings," as well as ten tracks that never appeared on lang albums; and interpretations of classic songs like Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and The Hollies "The Air That I Breathe"—illustrates how lang got to this significant point in her career, 25 years after her debut.

  • This four-disc deluxe k.d. lang retrospective—complete with a CD of favorites like "Constant Craving," "Smoke Rings," and k.d.'s take on Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"; one disc with tracks that never appeared on k.d. lang albums; one of previously unreleased tracks; and a DVD of music videos and TV appearances—illustrates how lang got to this significant point in her career, 25 years after her debut.

  • A special cloth-wrapped box contains the full album of 11 new, original songs by k.d. lang, plus a second bonus disc with four live recordings and a video interview with the artist, three portrait prints of k.d., and a full-color booklet.

  • The first self-produced album from k.d. lang, Watershed contains 11 new, original songs; The Times (UK) describes it as "a masterpiece that holds its place next to, maybe even slightly above, her 1992 hit, Ingénue."

  • For her Nonesuch debut, lang assembles a highly personal “Canadian Songbook” in this lushly orchestrated, gorgeously sung contemplation of work by Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Jane Siberry, and others. The Washington Post calls it “an album of triumphant Canadian soul music”; lang’s performance of Cohen’s “Hallelujah” has been called “downright transcendent” by the Boston Herald, “mesmerizing” by The Guardian.