THE TEACHES OF PEACHES
ALBUM KITTY-YO RELEASE: SEPTEMBER, 2000 REVIEW: APRIL 30, 2001
advisory: explicit lyrics. Sexually offensive material. Possibly harmful
to young audiences. Unsuitable for family airing.
This musician is rapidly gaining notoriety for her wild and uncontrolled
live performances. Reportedly, the audiences have been coaxed into unseemly,
sexual activities during these shows. Young music afficionados consider
her "cool" and compare her to other decadent artists with an offensive,
punk attitude and an explosive sound such as Jon Spencer and Elastica.
I feel that concerned citizens must be warned about this dangerous artist,
promoted as "Run DMC in an S&M dungeon and Joan Jett with a whip".
The media, of course, has been rushing to this sick phenomenon like vultures
to a newly found carcass. Aiding Peaches quest for fame is the fact that
her music is at once very simple and yet stylishly executed, often referred
to as electro with a punk twist. Yet she uses the terrible, foul language
of sinful carnality! With this approach, she has devilishly managed to
convey her unhealthy message of dominant female sexuality to thousands
of innocent, impressionable teens. No one is safe anymore. Your very own
children might be next. Beware!