I Feel Cream

May 5, 2009 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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  • Original Release Date: May 5, 2009
  • Label: XL
  • Copyright: 2009 XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Total Length: 41:01
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  • ASIN: B0026TJ6DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,777 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Everything is super catchy and awesome.
Ryan
The music is really fun, danceable, and sounds just plain good.
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There are even a couple of slower, calmer songs on this CD.
Ryan M. Stahl

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ƒůŽźŸ ωŬ≥ζŷ ♥☮♭♩♪♫♬♮☯☺♡✈ TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 12, 2009
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Fuzzy Wuzzy's Summary:
***** Highly recommended with warm fuzzies!

Three years, and one presidential election, after Peaches, aka Merrill Nisker, released her last Impeach My Bush, with its clever double entendre mixing body parts and political office, the queen of electroraunch is back for more creamy-tongue-in-cheek songs about sex, accompanied by buzzy fuzzbox sounds and her trademark in-your-face lyrics combined with kick-you-in-the-nuts percussion.

Compared to her previous albums, both the production and singing are becoming more polished and refined. The production on this album is shared by a host of electronic masters. This is not necessarily better or worse since I love the rawness of her previous releases like "Diddle My Skittle" on Teaches of Peaches (Bonus CD), and the simpler arrangements of songs like "Operate" on her "Fatherf-cker" album.

The "Talk To Me" song is my least favorite track. To my ears, it sounds too much like unpeachy mainstream pop. After "Talk To Me" comes the mushy sentimental "Lose You" sung with a soprano lilt. After having heard Peaches sing on the first track "Serpentine": "some call me trash, some call me nasty, call me crass, but you can't match me", it seems weird to hear her emotionally wounded voice singing "I don't want to lose you" two songs later. The title track, "I Feel Cream", has a 1980s Euro-disco feel to it, and every so often when I listen to this song, her vocals give me flashbacks to Donna Summer singing "I Feel Love".
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David W. Benham on May 6, 2009
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This is the closest thing to a commercial release by this brilliant artist to date - hardcore fans should not be put of by this comment however - she still delivers as only she can. The beats are great, lyrics are raunchy-funny, and vocals are better than ever. Good album to kick off summer.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ryan M. Stahl on June 8, 2009
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If you like Peaches, you need this CD. By the second listen, I was hooked. The lyrics are still clever and raunchy, and the music rocks. There are even a couple of slower, calmer songs on this CD. Most of the songs are great for dancing. FYI--she's INCREDIBLE in concert!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By zooni on July 16, 2009
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I got into the Peaches game late but at this point I will buy anything new she puts out. This cd is less raunchy than her previous work. Gone are the lines "slappin' those D***cks all over the place." Now we have a sentimental Peaches talkin' about "I don't wannna lose u". I read another reviewer dissing that song and ironically that's m' fave track on the cd. "Lose You" sounds like mystical early 80's grooves with a mysterious dark 80's new wave vibe. It conjurs up images of some tragic Dale Bozzio looking chick holed up in her dark bedroom with neon lights on the bedstand tripping over some guy who broke her heart. I love the energy this song creates. Most of the other songs are dance oriented with the infamous Peaches lyrics sung over top that only she can do. "2 much salt in your diet", who would write something like that in a song? Peaches. There's some other good lines in "Mud" and a host of others. "I Feel cream" is a good dance jam, maybe some good remixes will follow. "Talk 2 Me" is the only rock sounding track, reminds me a lil of Stevie Nicks. Billionaire sounds like a Gwen Stefani type jam but Gwen Stefani don't cuss like Peaches do. Peaches is one of a kind and as long as she sticks to just being Peaches, that is all she has to do. Whenever I play one of her cds, u r automatically transported into Peaches world and u just sit back enjoy the ride and trip out let Peaches teach ya how 2 b a pervert baby.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Guy on June 16, 2009
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I just got a copy of this album and I'm listening to it as I review it. I just listened to "More" on the headphones, which seems, to me, to be the sort of thing Peaches always promised to do, but never had enough technology to deliver (I love all her low-tech stuff!). The production standards are much higher than on her previous albums and by this, I mean that she uses more sounds and treats the sounds more care. Her rapping, as on "Billionaire", are less interesting to me, but she introduces enough interesting musical material to keep me listening, however ....

I've spent so much time listening to the operas of Rameau and Lully recently, Peaches makes a nice contrast. I enjoy her very "in your face" approach to Pop music and lyrics. Long may she reign! I only hope she does a cover of John Foxx's "Burning Car" one day! That would be awesome, especially if she gets John to do the music!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on May 14, 2009
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i have never really been a huge fan of peaches...but i have always liked f**ck the pain away. as for the rest of her stuff, i have been kinda indifferent.

anyway, i got this cd based on the clips i heard and i have to say this cd ROCKS. i love it.

don't buy this if you expect the tracks to be like "talk to me." in my opinion it's the worst song on the cd. i ripped every song except this one...the rest are dirty, electro, grinding, rocking, trashy, sexy, soaring, funny, and in your face, whatever.

her production is much slicker, but in a good way. she still comes across hard and raw...no compromise. i love it...thanks peaches.
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