Peaches

Peaches

Peaches

Impeach My Bush

XL

The provocateur known as Peaches has just put out her third release of highly sexualized electro-punk. Impeach My Bush is every bit as dirty as its predecessors, but instead of being created solely with the MC505 box, she’s brought some real gear into the studio. Moogs, drum machines and even a live guitar and drumset (“for the more ‘rock’ songs”) share the air with Peaches’ pulsing hip-hop-on-ecstasy vocals.

The out-of-the-box instrumentation and new harder rockin’ edge, give this party disc a Le Tigre sound. Steeped in her usual non-traditional sexual identities, Peaches is a sex icon for those on the fringe.

Sample lyrics: “The tent’s so big in your pants, baby/ Gonna bring my friends for a dance.” –from “Tent In Your Pants.”

“Bam bam/ You wanna ram the damn/ Pull back the curtains/ And feed the clam.” –from “Slippery Dick.”

“Once you boys get started you’ll be at it for hours/ Come on boys I know you’re not damn cowards/ Just remember an ass is an ass/ So roll over have yourself a blast.” –from “Two Guys (For Every Girl).”

“I’d rather fuck who I want than kill who I’m told to/ Let’s face it: we all want toosh/ If I’m wrong, impeach my bush.” –from “Fuck or Kill.”

Guest musicians on the album include Joan Jett, Josh Homme and a brand new spankin’ live band including drummer Samantha Maloney (Hole, Motley Crue, Eagles of Death Metal) and Le Tigre’s JD Samson on keytar and sequencing.

Peaches: www.peachesrocks.com

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