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  1. Tautaxe Reply
    Wicked Game by Emika was written by Chris Isaak and was first released by Chris Isaak in Emika released it on the album Dva in It was covered by Nine Lives [FIN], Hula Hi-Fi, Paul Koors, Peter Jöback and other artists.
  2. Kazikus Reply
    Jun 07,  · Album · · 16 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Browse Radio Sign In DVA (Bonus Track Version) Emika Electronic · Preview SONG TIME Hush (Interlude) 1. PREVIEW Young Minds. 2. Wicked Game.
  3. Gozshura Reply
    Dva (stylised form: DVA) is the second studio album by English musician dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.coinfo was released on 10 June by Ninja Tune Records. The album's title derives from the Czech word for "two".. Track listing. All tracks are written by Emika, except where noted.
  4. Dazshura Reply
    Emika has been remixed by Marcel Dettmann, Brand Brauer Frick, Pinch, Rebekah, and has made remixes herself for Len Faki, Amon Tobin and Fink. She has collaborated with Hank Shocklee from Public Enemy who executive produced her album ‘Dva’, and The Exaltics who co produced her album ‘Falling In Love With Sadness’.
  5. Shalrajas Reply
    Jun 10,  · Wicked Game Lyrics: No-one could save me / No-one could save me / No-one could save me / No-one could save me / No-one could save me / No-one could save me / No-one.
  6. Zulkibei Reply
    On her second full-length, DVA, Emika works from the same ice-blue palette, but pulls back on the wobbling dubstep bass frequencies and trendy production to let her plaintive female vocals take center stage. Although a more fragile release, DVA balances the Berlin (by way of Bristol) artist's pop and experimental sides, just as her self-titled debut did.7/
  7. JoJolabar Reply
    The album DVA -- named after the Czech word for "two" -- followed in Customers who pre-ordered the album from Ninja Tune received a free copy of the classical music-influenced EP Klavírní. The EP was released on its own in , the same year that Emika released her third proper album, Drei.
  8. Shakazil Reply
    Jun 10,  · Perhaps the album’s most surprising track is an understated version of Chris Isaak’s oft covered Wicked Game. Emika’s version keeps the foundation of the original while warping it ever so slightly and taking it to an altogether deeper and darker place. With her voice reduced to the slightest of whispers, the sense of desire is palpable.
  9. Samulkree Reply
    Her second full-length under the moniker Emika ("dva" being Czech for two) is a dense, sprawling affair. It's longer, more varied and more thoroughly composed than her eponymous debut, from the intro track with Czech soprano Michaela Šrůmová, through her delay-blanketed cover of "Wicked Game" by Chris Isaak, to the quietly epic, guitar-driven "Criminal Gift" conclusion.