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Natalia Nazarova Releases Independent Dance-Electronica CD Fashion


Silver Spring, Maryland--September 18, 2006-- The dance-electronica scene is ready to embrace another rising star. Singer/actress Natalia Nazarova has a new album set for release October 2, 2006 titled Fashion that is poised to take its place on the international dance charts. Natalia’s voice is simply spellbinding throughout the recording.

Natalia’s many talents and diverse range of influences allows her to record in several genres. Previous releases featured her singing jazz tunes and clearly that strong background has helped her to transition over into the more upbeat energetic world of dance and electronica.

Fashion features the trademark alluring international vocal style that has forged a singular and distinctive path for the Natalia. Her sophisticated and sexy vocals permeate each track, making it a perfect fit for the music on the CD.

The haunting and powerful “No Excuse” opens the album up and each succeeding track offers various atmospheres with chill out grooves that spark rhythmic non-stop beats. Two versions of the title track are on the CD with the Global Domination Mix sure to wet the appetites of DJs and dancers everywhere. The track has a well-built electronica groove that never lets go. Other standout tracks include “Love and Loyalty,” a smooth, direct, alluring, and sexy invitation and “At the Matinee,” where Natalia sounds like Annie Lenox with a European accent, her delivery is powerful, like a cinematic soundtrack with emotive vocals.

Natalia Nazarova has an international appeal and reach that is undeniable and Fashion is certain to garner critical acclaim and new listeners from every corner of the globe.

Fashion samples are available by visiting the Natalia Nazarova website or CD Baby.

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