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Suzanne Vega (born July 11, 1959) is an American songwriter and singer known for her poetic lyrics and eclectic folk inspired music. Her self-titled debut album, Suzanne Vega, was released in 1985. It was well received by critics in the US and reached platium status in Britain. The songs featured Suzanne Vega's acoustic guitar in straightforward arrangements and opposed the "bigger is better" ethos of the mid-80s.

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Her sophomore album, Solitude Standing (1987), garnered critical and commercial success including two successful singles: "Tom's Diner", and "Luka". With this album, Suzanne Vega was heralded as part of a second generation of female singer-songwriters including Tracy Chapman, Michelle Shocked and Shawn Colvin.

Suzanne Vega's third album, Days of Open Hand (1990), signified a change in style: the music became more experimental and the lyrics expressed greater emotion. In 1992, she released the album 99.9F, which consisted of an eclectic mixture of folk music, dance beats and industrial music. This gives a sunny quality to the work in contrast to the previous album as the songs are short and the lyric style compressed.

Her fifth album, Nine Objects of Desire, was released in 1996. This album contains the single "Caramel", featured in the movie The Truth About Cats and Dogs and the trailer for the movie Closer.

In 2003, the 21-song greatest hits compilation Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega was released. In the same year she was invited by Grammy Award-winning jazz guitarist Bill Frisell to play at the Century of Song concerts at the famed RuhrTriennale in Germany. Suzanne Vega is planning to release an album of new work in late-2006.