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Moldy Peaches

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Frequently Bought Together

Moldy Peaches + Hidden Vagenda + Juno [Vinyl]
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1. Lucky Number Nine
2. Jorge Regula
3. What Went Wrong
4. Nothing Came Out
5. Downloading Porn With Dave
6. These Burgers
7. Steak for Chicken
8. On Top
9. Greyhound Bus
10. Anyone Else But You
11. Little Bunny Foo Foo
12. The Ballad of Helenkeller and Rip Van Winkle
13. Who's Got the Crack
14. Lucky Charms
15. D.2. Boyfriend
16. I Forgot
17. Lazy Confessions
18. NYC's Like a Graveyard
19. Goodbye Song

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 25, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rough Trade Us
  • ASIN: B000XJ5U6M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,588 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By wally gator on October 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The one song that many will be familiar with now is the one from Juno. ANYONE ELSE BUT YOU, I think it's called. The female half of the Peaches is Kimya Dawson, and she now does alot more solo work, that is in more of the realm of this one song. But I was first introduced to The Moldy Peaches via a song called WHO'S GOT THE CRACK. The song is pretty ridiculous. The lyrics are juvenile, and possibly somewhat offensive to some. Whooo-oooo-ooo's got the CRACK!?
Alot more of this CD follows suit with this song. Juvenile, pointless, offensive... but something about the drawl and mundane characteristics of the two members seems to work. It's very alterna-folk, with a couple of garage punk moments. Kimya Dawson has that flat, unemotional tone to her voice. But with the male half, they sound like a couple lost inside a world of grey, and they pull off some great harmonies. Completely lo-fi like sound. I think they did one more album after this one, and were pretty much a cult underground thing, until that movie came out.
I can see why some people may find this thing to be pointless, but if you dig it, you will realize that those people miss the point.

Or maybe you won't, I don't care.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Cooper on November 30, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love Kimya's voice, and am eternally sad that this is the only Moldy Peaches album ever. The lyrics are so simple yet full of meaning and sometimes funny, yet sometimes sad. Her voice is sweet in a way that listening to a little child sing is sweet.

That being said, if you are someone who is easily offended by colorful language and subject matter, maybe you and your delicate sensibilities should pass on this.

However, if you do love this and want more, I encourage you to look up some of Kimya's solo albums (there's one for kids that is great)
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Format: Audio CD
I first heard this act in the terrific movie "Juno". When the lead actress in that movie, Elaine Page, was asked by the creator what musical act Juno would listen to, Page responded "Moldy Peaches". And so it was the Moldy Peaches came to appear on the soundtrack for that movie. Bought the "Juno" soundtrack...didn't mind it...a bit lukewarm about it. However, I did really like the song "Vampire" by Antsy Pants, which is a band Kimya Dawson, from The Moldy Peaches, has been involved with.

Can't say that I like anything as much as "Vampire" on this album, but it is nonetheless a likeable collection of songs. Whilst the songs are mostly folk in style (accoustic guitar, gentle vocals), there are some aberrations, like rock/rap fusions, alt-rock and punk style adventures.

If you have a sound system which costs more than the average house, you won't like the production values of this album. It has a sound akin to scratchy vinyl records or those old cheap stereo cassette players. In fact, it seems you can hear the band members turning recording equipment on and off throughout the albums. I'm assuming also that the Peaches recorded their material in-house...literally. On one song, you can hear a telephone ringing, which makes Kimya laugh whilst performing (on "Nothing came out". Some songs don't even sound properly stereo ("Little Bunny Foo Foo"). Perhaps these variations in sound quality can be explained by them being taken at different points in time. So, be prepared for a lo-fi experience listening to this album, though some tracks do sound good, audio-wise. Perhaps the worst sounding song is "Lazy confessions".

Anyway, to the music: Kimya Dawson and Adam Green are the female and male vocalists in this act.
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By C. Sorenson on January 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
but the people who enjoy this album will probably REALLY enjoy it and will be glad they found it. I can't think of an album that's like this. The highlights to me are "Lucky Number Nine," "Jorge Regula," "Nothing Came Out," "Steak for Chicken," "Ballad of Hellenkeller..." and "Lazy Confessions." All the other songs are good too, but they kind of require listening to the rest of the album.

Oh, and just because you like the Juno soundtrack doesn't mean you will like this album. The Juno soundtrack sounds more polished and, well, listenable for everyone. This album is lo-fi, on purpose obviously, and has a completely different feel than the soundtrack.

This album is a good one to attatch a memory to. So if something is coming up, like a friend visiting, then you might want to listen to this album. Just a suggestion.
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By I. Harjo on November 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I saw the Moldy Peaches in concert five years ago when they opened for Tenacious D and I quickly went out and bought their CD. Yeah the songs were recorded in their apartment but they are simple, catchy, different and fun to sing along to. Listen to it with an open mind and enjoy.
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