-portrait by wilhelm sasnal-

“suckin’ on my titties like you wanted me, calling me all the time like blondie, check out my chrissie b hynde, it’s fine all of the time. like sex on the beach is. what else is in the teaches of peaches?”

profound lyrics they are not. songs-to-play-to-your-parents they are not. but fun, dirty tunes, yes. this is what peaches does. songs to strip to, songs to fuck to, songs to dance around in your underwear to cos you want to feel sexy.

hailing from toronto, via berlin, peaches is notorious for her “i don’t give a fuck” attitude (for a taster, visit here), funky electroclash tunes and outlandish lyrics, often concerning sexual and gender identity.

“if we’re going to use motherfucker,

why don’t we use fatherfucker?
I’m just trying to be even.”

fuck the pain away
(teaches of peaches 2000)

(fatherfucker 2003)

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5 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Don’t get your hopes up. I love Peaches especially the songs you’ve chosen! I have an advance of “Impeach My Bush” and it’s really nothing to be excited about

  2. Squashed

    I’ve listen to Peaches latest album. It’s good. easily made into my top 20 album of the year.

  3. Anonymous

    Radiohead had “Fuck the Pain Away” lead off one of their set change tapes for their recent tour. Funny watching half the crowd strike a “WTF!?” look when those first lyrics kicked in.