Camp is the debut studio album by American recording artist Donald Glover, under his stage name Childish Gambino. It was released by Glassnote Records on November 15, 2011. Upon Gambino's four mixtapes and three independent album releases, Gambino signed a deal to Glassnote, marking it as his first album on a major record label. The album was co-produced in its entirety by Gambino's longtime collaborator Ludwig Göransson.
A Camp is the self-titled debut album by A Camp, the side project of Nina Persson, vocalist for the popular Swedish indie/pop band The Cardigans. The album garnered critical acclaim from music critics. The album reached on the UK Album Chart.
Persson had been a long-time fan of Sparklehorse and has referred to them as "the best I've ever heard". When they met again during the recording of his most recent album, Persson mustered the courage to invite him to produce her project
Label: Stockholm Records – 014 324-2, Universal – 014 324-2.
A Camp – A Camp is the solo side project of Nina Persson, vocalist for the Swedish indie pop band The Cardigans. Persson formed A Camp when The Cardigans took a break after years of touring. A Camps debut album, also called A Camp, was recorded with Niclas Frisk of Atomic Swing. In doing so, he contributed some new songs to the album. The recording of a second A Camp album was confirmed by Persson in an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter in May 2007, girl-pop from the 60s, 80s punk, and David Bowie were said to be the main influences.
A Camp breathes new life into the career of the Cardigans' Nina Persson. Many of the songs have been reworked from original recordings Persson made with producer Niclas Frisk. They craft a bubbly, effortless sound that fits perfectly with Persson's tender vocals.
The album garnered significant critical acclaim from music critics. A Camp (album) history. A Camp (album) encyclopedia. A Camp (album) facts.