|3||Fuck the Pain||4:07|
|4||Suck & Let Go||6:27|
|TEEN 3017-2||Peaches||Peaches (CD, EP)||Teenage USA Recordings||TEEN 3017-2||Canada||2000|
Merrill Beth Nisker (born 11 November 1966), better known by her stage name Peaches, is a Canadian electronic musician and performance artist. Born in Ontario to a Jewish family, Peaches began her musical career in the 1990s as part of a folk trio, Mermaid Cafe. In 1995, she established a rock band, the Shit. That year she also released her first solo album, Fancypants Hoodlum.
The Moldy Peaches is the eponymous debut album by American indie rock band The Moldy Peaches. It was primarily recorded in a basement in Port Townsend, Washington and was released in 2001. The album has the dubious distinction of being released in the . on September 11, 2001, the date of the attacks on the World Trade Center, and coincidentally containing the song "NYC's Like a Graveyard".
Originally released by the German label Kitty-Yo in 2000, The Teaches of Peaches is a crash course in Peaches' (aka Merrill Nisker) punk-disco burlesque. Sucking on my titties like you wanna be callin' me all the time like Blondie/Check out my Chrissie be-Hynde it's fine all of the time" she sings on the opening manifesto "Fuck the Pain Away," which crystallizes her sound and approach - her music is equal parts sex, humor, rock, and dance, with her frank, and often frankly hilarious
The unfortunate thing about Peaches is that she's turned into a one-woman referendum on the worthiness of the genre we'll go ahead and call electroclash: the widespread misconception that this stuff is all hucksterism and schtick can be traced pretty directly back to her lyrics and Fischerspooner's stage wardrobe. So now that her album, The Teaches of Peaches, has been re-released to the . with a second disc of bonus material, and I've devised a brief questionnaire to help you sort out your feelings. 1. What is Peaches all about? Sex.
Millions of peaches, peaches for me. Reply. Peaches come from a can, They were put there by a man In a factory downtown If I had my little way, I'd eat peaches every day.