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Dva (album)

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Length  60:30
Dva (2013)  Klavírní (2015)
Release date  10 June 2013
Label  Ninja Tune
Producer  Emika
Artist  Emika
Genre  Electronica
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Released  10 June 2013 (2013-06-10)
Recorded  Česká Televize Deafkid Studios EMusik Ljova Studio Wilding Sounds Studio
Electronic music albums  Emika, Black Sands, ISAM, Maniac Meat, Big Bang

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Dva (stylised form: DVA) is the second studio album by English musician Emika. It was released on 10 June 2013 by Ninja Tune Records. The album's title derives from the Czech word for "two".


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Track listing

All tracks written by Emika, except where noted.


Credits adapted from the liner notes of Dva.

  • Emika – vocals, engineering, mixing, production
  • Paul Batson – arrangement ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra – strings ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • Hue Jah Fink – mastering
  • James Fitzpatrick – orchestra conducting ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • Michael Hain – design, layout
  • Jan Holzner – engineering ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • B.M. Horska – translation ("Hush Interlude")
  • Ljova – viola, viola composition ("Primary Colours", "Mouth to Mouth")
  • Christopher Lockington (Deafkid) – guitar, guitar composition ("Criminal Gift ")
  • Madison – photography
  • Miriam Němcová – conducting ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • Jo-Ann Nina – executive production
  • Hank Shocklee – executive production
  • Simon Skevington – A&R
  • Michaela Šrůmová – soprano vocals ("Hush Interlude")
  • Stáňa Vomáčková – translation ("Hush Interlude", "Dem Worlds")
  • Tom Wilding – trumpet ("Young Minds")
  • Songs

    1Hush (interlude)1:51
    2Young Minds3:30
    3She Beats3:58


    Dva (album) Wikipedia

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