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Remember That I Love You


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  • Audio CD (May 9, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: K. Records
  • ASIN: B000F3AJCQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,082 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Tire Swing
2. My Mom
3. Loose Lips
4. Caving In
5. Better Weather
6. Underground
7. The I Like Giants
8. The Competition
9. France
10. I Miss You
11. 12/26
12. My Rollercoaster

Editorial Reviews

Following up her critically acclaimed album Hidden Vagenda, with an album that continues her mission to reach out to those with ears to the ground looking for answers, Kimya Dawson will release Remember That I Love You, May 9th on K Records. Remember That I Love You is the latest chapter, and represents not only Kimya's continued personal adaptation to the tumultuous world around her, but also the growing relationship between the fans and friends she needs just as much as they need her. The 12 song CD, by the Moldy Peaches co-founder, was recorded on the home computers of friends of hers in Portland, OR. and New York City. This Album aims to show others they should love their bodies whatever shape or form they might come in. It gives hope to those who keep on fighting for their beliefs even when it seems nobody is listening.

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Kimya Dawson produces such amazing lyrics and music!
Susan Batel
MUST HERE THIS CD, some songs are available to preview on her website so check it out if you want to hear the awesomeness for yourself!!!!
K. Dunn
This cd will warm your heart and put a smile on your face.
Thomas W P Slatin

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Craig Clarke VINE VOICE on May 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Kimya Dawson's second album for K Records continues the legacy displayed to such great effect on its critically acclaimed predecessor, Hidden Vagenda. Two of its songs were previously released on a self-titled EP with Matty Pop Chart. With some of the most engaging and genuinely emotional songwriting available, Remember That I Love You is the kind of album that you listen to with a group of friends, or with people who will soon become your friends. When you listen to it alone, it will simply remind you that you, indeed, are loved.

"Tire Swing" begins Remember That I Love You with the kind of light-hearted reminiscence at which Dawson excels. She has an amazing ability to assemble a string of seemingly stream-of-consciousness phrases into a memorable narrative with a catchy hook. Lines like "I never met a Tobey that I didn't like" (one of them, Matt Tobey -- Matty Pop Chart himself -- appears on several songs) simply cannot be found on any other artist's albums. Paul Baribeau's sparse supporting vocals lend something special.

"Loose Lips" is a ditty full of terrific (often rude) rat-a-tat wordplay (you can occasionally hear Dawson gasp a breath) with a fun protestational chorus, "We won't stop until somebody calls the cops, and even then, we'll start again, and just pretend that nothing ever happened," the title of the album, and a good deal of politics. "I Like Giants" was inspired by a conversation with Genevieve Elverum (Woelv), and its narrative style includes a good portion of that talk, along with Dawson's response to it. Lines like "I am just a speck of dust inside a giant's eye" and "I like giants, especially girl giants," accompanied by Matt Tobey on ukulele and Erin Tobey on bells, result in a fairy-tale sound that could be its own nursery rhyme.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By byrner on August 17, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've discovered Kimya Dawson only a few months back, having heard "Caving In" and "I Like Giants" on a local station. I confess to being baffled at first by her sing-song delivery and her overly earnest themes, but I'm always on the lookout for someone with a different approach to music and her songs certainly catch the ear. After a few more chance encounters, I picked up the album and was quickly won over by her enthusiam and unique sound. The songs on 'Remember That I Love You' may at first remind you of the dorky girl you went to church camp with who played campfire guitar; but it would be misleading to say the charm of this album is only its unassuming sound. After a number of listens I have found myself filled with considerable admiration for Kimya's arrangements, in their colorfullness and spareness. They are perfect little origami songs with everything in place in just the right proportion. Folksy and idiosyncratic, but quite fun and sometimes quite moving (the song "12/26" is an example). I can think of a number of rather more famous bands who could benefit from listening to this album and dissecting what Kimya has done here. Who knows where her ideas come from, but she's on to something. No question about it.

Highly original.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By O'Neal on June 16, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I can assume that I am one of many that hadn't heard of Kimya Dawson until Juno, and "Remember That I Love You" features most of the songs she contributed to the soundtrack. I expected that these songs would all be the standouts, and though Loose Lips is possibly still the best song on the album with a catchy-as-hell chorus and cheery tune, the whole album is strong start to finish.

I'm usually one to go for punk, hardcore, metal and the like, but the fact that this is acoustic and more pop than the Moldy Peaches wasn't a factor - I enjoyed especially "My Mom", "Underground" and "I Like Giants", as well as Tire Swing, Loose Lips and the full version of My Rollercoaster, which even features a little Metallica reference.

This isn't music that I'd typically listen to, but I loved it. Definitely worth the purchase.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By K. Dunn on October 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is the best Kimya Dawson CD ever. Her self esteem is up and she is singing about political issues too, she still has the myriad references to dead babies, which is why I love her so, you just can't get that anywhere else! Great CD, and even if she did record it in her closet or basement it sounds like way better quality than the Moldy Peaches CD (which on one of the tracks has the phone ringing in the background). MUST HERE THIS CD, some songs are available to preview on her website so check it out if you want to hear the awesomeness for yourself!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By singer on February 13, 2012
Format: Audio CD
'Remember That I Love You' reminds me of childhood, it reminds me of being ten playing hop-scotch with my friends, picking flowers to turn into chains and yet its not for children at all, it speaks to the adult. Its whimsical and fun, warm heartening and sincere.

About the cost here at Amazon. The quoted price of $135 for a new CD, $99 for a very good used copy with the cheapest copy coming in at $18, is completely ridiculous. Unless Ms. Dawson is actually going to jump out of the CD and perform in the flesh in my living room there is no reason to pay $135 dollars for this CD. If you go directly to the website of K Records, who actually produced this CD then you can buy a copy for $10. Yes that's right, ten dollars. So remind these sellers that you are not so high on crack as to notice that you are being fleeced and force them to charge reasonable prices. The only way I would pay $135 for this CD is if it were one of the last three remaining in the world.
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