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  • Audio CD (October 3, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The End Records
  • ASIN: B000I2JTHU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,443 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Spill!
2. Awful Fall
3. Filistata
4. A Year Of Judges
5. So Close
6. Tablescrap
7. Swint? Or Slude?
8. Mind Your Eyes
9. Lifeless
10. Tall Tales
11. Push Buttons
12. Gathering Fingers
13. The Button Has Been Pushed

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No drawing board music tendencies here but simply authentic tunes -- Virus - June 14 2006

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I have been listening to the CD constantly.
Joni H
Dominique Persi has an amazing set of pipes at the center of it all, be it a gorgeous singing voice to blowing her vocal cords.
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Very polished, excellent musicianship, interesting clever compositions, very original, artistically theatrical.
D. Garcia

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By K. Przybyla on June 8, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is not normally my type of music, but Stolen Babies have won me over with their original, fun sound. Their music is like a mix of goth metal, ska, and circus music. It's almost impossible to describe.

My daughter and I saw them perform a few days ago when we went to see Within Temptation (her favorite band, and going to the show was her 14th birthday present). Stolen Babies was the first act, and although at first we were a little shocked and scared by their sound, we ended up wishing that they'd been able to perform more than the 4 or 5 songs in their set. They are true entertainers.

We met them at the merchandise counter, and when Rani saw my daughter's autograph paper saying "Happy Birthday" written by Jeroen from Within Temptation, they all jumped up to wish her happy birthday, gave her some of their merchandise for free, and took a picture with her. They were very cool, so we checked out their CD when we got home. That's all we've been listening to ever since.

There are still a few screamy songs (Spill, Mind Your Eyes, Tall Tales) that we haven't been able to get used to, but we just might. I'm certain that this talented and unique band will be BIG soon, and that almost makes me sad for the inevitable end of their small-venue shows. If we have the opportunity, we'll go see them again, hopefully when they're more of a headliner and not just an opening act.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J.R.S. on November 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I first saw Stolen Babies about 3 years ago in '03 at the Galaxy in Santa Ana, CA. They were opening for Rasputina, and i thought they were cool. It was my friend's first show he ever went to as well, and we both actually started laughing when Dominique (the vocalist) started 'screaming'. I thought she was joking, but no, that's just the way she screams, probably not to tear her vocal chords because if she did she wouldn't be able to sing so beautifully. But we still dug them, and bought both of their E.P.s they had at the merch table after the show, and i was obsessed w/ their 4 track untitled one, the one w/ Civil Disguise. This, their debut album, is a GIANT leap ahead of that E.P. and i am COMPLETELY blown away! Her screaming got better, and the musicianship and the music is just mind blowing! This is definitely going to get them noticed. It's going to. Just watch. This will hopefully be the start of the ruin of what's on KROQ and all of that BS. Great album, Great music, Great lyrics, you will NOT be disappointed with this purchase!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Day on July 4, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Clearly one of the bands to watch out for in 2007. Their sound is unique and haunting. They grab you from the first chord and shake you until you are frazzled and weak at the knees. Their live performances are flabbergasting and mind-boggling. Like being on a rollercoaster with a candy apple in one hand and a bottle of Stoli in the other and you are gonna get sticky and soaked! I find the band members themselves to be somewhat aloof, but that just adds to their mystique. Whenever I see this group live, I think of Beetlejuice. They are a great show, making you laugh one minute and cry the next. Dominique wields the voice of a succubus - alluring yet dangerous if you get too close - keep on your toes. This year on the Hottest Chicks in Metal Tour, they were accompanied by 'guest' guitarist, George Earth, of former Switchblade Symphony, who adds an other-worldly presence to their ensemble. Known for their panache to rotate musicians, it is my hopes that they keep George on - he fits quite well with their direction and definitely attracts his own share of attention. Stolen Babies is a must-listen for the open-minded, adventurous spirits.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Solo Goodspeed on May 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Imagine early Oingo Boingo channeled through Nine Inch Nails, fronted by an accordion-playing harlequin (Dominique Pemquin, remember that name) who croons like Edith Piaf when she's not bleating like a goat or screaming like a banshee (that is NOT a criticism)... as a point of reference, that would start to describe this dark little band on their most impressive premiere effort. What with the Gothic Circus getup apparent in their live shows, they almost come off as a novelty act, but the songs and arrangements are solid and smack of greatness. From the punchy punkiness of "Tablescrap", through the epic drudge of "Push Button", the polyrhythmic sophistication of "Year of Judges", the campy cabaret of "Swint? Or Slude?" and even a sort of reflective ballad, "Lifeless", Stolen Babies knows their way around the musical palette without losing a distinctive unified sound in the course of these 13 tracks.

"Squabbles" is one of my favorite discoveries of the 21st Century, a monster debut, and I look forward to more from these folks, hoping they don't get trivialized as a mere novelty act, as there is some truly fine, enduring music here, worthy of exceptional exposure.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven Sly on April 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I picked up this album when I was going to see Lacuna Coil and The Gathering. Stolen Babies was the opening act. Unfortunately due to a mix up in show start times I completely missed their set. I kept the album around though and enjoy it a lot. These guys are certainly unique. I am not really even sure how to describe them. Their music is a mix of metal, Eastern European dirge, theatric cabaret, progressive rock and just plain weirdness. One of the band's main instruments is the accordion which combined with the traditional rock instrumentation makes a potent interesting mix. There are a lot of screaming vocals on this album, but when singer Dominique Lenore Persi decides to dump the screaming and just sing she has a beautiful powerful voice. There are parts of this album that I don't really care for, but some of it I think is brilliant. This band is not going to be for everyone, but there is certainly something different about them that separates them from the pack. I would think that fans of bands like Sleepytime Gorilla Museum would enjoy this release.
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