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Impeach My Bush [VINYL]

Peaches Vinyl
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You think you know Peaches? Perhaps you do. Whether you’ve been a fan since before her groundbreaking 2000 debut, The Teaches of Peaches, or just met for the first time, prepare to get to know her much, much better.

Peaches has always trafficked in subversion. On her fourth full-length, I Feel Cream, what she subverts—time and again—are preconceived notions of who ... Read more in Amazon's Peaches Store

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  • Vinyl (10 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Xl
  • ASIN: B000FMHBA0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 606,241 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Fret not, fans of filth, who worry Impeach My Bush will see saucy Canadian electro-punk Merrill Nisker shelving the politics of the bedroom and embracing political activism--a quick spin of self-explanatory tracks like "Two Guys (For Every Girl)" should quickly confirm the third Peaches full-length is just as foul-mouthed, depraved, and all-round sluttish as its predecessors. Further good news, however, comes with the realisation this is by some length the best Peaches album to date. The beats, in particular, are noticeably improved without losing that all-important gritty quality, particularly "Tent In Your Pants" and "Downtown" - a pair of tracks written with one Greg Kurstin, perhaps better known for his work with No Doubt pop queen Gwen Stefani. But there"s further collaborations, too. "Give 'er"--roughly speaking, the sound of PJ Harvey brawling with New York synth punks Suicide in a New York alleyway--features choppy riffing courtesy of Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme, while album stand-out "You Love It" boasts backing vocals and guitar from punk queen Joan Jett. Midway through "Slippery Dick" ("Toss freaker/Floss tweaker/Sauce leaker/Moss shrieker") you can't help but wonder how much mileage there is in talking dirty. Taken as a whole, though, Impeach My Bush is proof Peaches is still far from spent. --Louis Pattison

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An album of the year! 13 Sep 2006
By SfromL
Format:Audio CD
My wife really, really hates Peaches. She thinks that she is just an extremely foul mouthed "woman" who has nothing constructive to say. This is very true and is actually one of the reasons that i think she (Peaches, not my wife!) is a great artist. And, she (Peaches again!) DOES have lots to say. Ok, so some of the content is not the kind of stuff that you will want your kids to be singing, but "Impeach my Bush" is a great, great album. Much more polished than her last album, which was also great. However, her latest release has tight funky beats, sleazy bass and some dirty geetar!! On top of this, I think that Peaches actually has a great voice!! Make sure that you get hold of this album. I don't often do reviews on Amazon, but whith Impeach my Bush, I couldn't resist!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cuz I Wanna Take You Downtown...! 21 July 2006
Format:Audio CD
Be afraid, be very afraid... peaches' new album is perfect and as filthy as ever, and then some...!

although her last album was great, this is where she has really hit the nail on the head.

FF was a bit all over the place with its relentless genre-hoping, but with 'impeach my bush' shes managed to maintain a balance with no song sounding out of place...

well... if you disregard the albums first stand-out track 'Tent in your Pants' (which is very similar in style to Ciara and/or Missy Elliot syle hip hop), the tracks gel well together with a sound not to distant from the electropunk offerings of fellow electro-feminists Le Tirge!

Other standout tracks include the goldfrapp-esque first single 'Downtown', 'Hit it Hard', 'Two Guys (For Every Girl)' and 'Do Ya'

Perfect for hardcore fans and beginners alike!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dirty girl! 10 Mar 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Don't think much of her music but I like her attitude! The decadence of pre-WW2 Berlin just in time for WW3.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album. Love it! 18 May 2010
Impeach My Bush [VINYL]

This album is really great. I recommend it to all who like this style of music.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Peaches' most exciting, ambitious, eclectic album yet 22 July 2006
By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Peaches (real name Merrill Beth Nisker) came out of left field with her debut album "The Teaches of Peaches" (2000). Songs almost dealing exclusively with sexual and/or gender themes, over monotonous dance beats; one might think Peaches is a one-trick-pony. While her debut album was refreshing and exciting, the novelty was starting to dewind with the release of her second album "Fatherf.cker" (2003). Fortunately, Peaches new album, the hilariously titled "Impeach my Bush," (2006) sees Peaches get back on track, with her best album yet.

"Impeach my Bush" is not a 180 degree turn from her previous albums. "Impeach my Bush" uses the same electronic/dance formula as her previous albums, but this time around the songs are more varied and ambitious. "Impeach my Bush" encompasses elements of punk rock, occasional live drumming and retro-new wave into the formula. While the title of "Impeach my Bush" would suggest that it is something of an anti-war, political protest album, that's not really the case. Peaches familiar themes of sex are still front and center.

The album immediately goes straight for the jugular with the opening "F.ck or Kill," in which Peaches declares "I rather f.ck who I want than kill who I am told to," which can be seen as both a feministic rallying call and a stinging indictment against the Bush regime. It's not hard to decipher "Tent in your pants," which is more club/hip-hop leaning and would be a good contender to use as a single. "Hit it hard," with its unpredictable assault of beats and synths is utterly engrossing. Its lush chorus adds much color and melody. The hard-rocking "Boys Wanna be her," with its engrossing rhymes over a Sabbath-like riff, works very nicely and comes as an unexpected but satisfying surprise. The not-so-subtle "Downtown," and "Two Guys (for every girl)" with their danceable synths, have an almost Kraftwerk/new-wave feel, but their modern rap delivery prevents them from sounding retro. The okay, but not great "Rock the Shocker" is another dance/club sounding track that keeps the album's momentum going. The punkish riot-grrrl rock of "You Love it" would make Courtney Love proud and gives the album a shot in the arm full of adrenalin. The fee-flowing rhymes, infectious beats and cool synths make "Slippery Dick" another memorable number. "Get it," another more punk-rock leaning song, comes as another unexpected change-of-pace, keeping the listener attentive. "Give `er" is another dance/club meets New-Wave hybrid that works well. "Do ya" is a more laid-back rocker, but no less exhilarating. The closing "Stick it to the pimp" is pretty much old-school, familiar Peaches, and wouldn't have sounded that much out of place on the first two albums, and makes for a good closer.

Not only is "Impeach my Bush" Peaches most infectious collection of songs to date, but what makes "Impeach my Bush" really work is its exciting and unpredictable mix of hip-hop/club beats, punk, new-wave trimmings, and rock. You never really know where the album is going so it's always exciting. It's obvious that Peaches didn't just throw this album together with scraps left over from the first two albums and that a lot of time and effort was put into creating "Impeach my Bush." While Peaches may not be for everyone, if you liked the first two albums, you won't be disappointed here. "Impeach my Bush" is a very, very cool album.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sexxy 22 July 2006
By Shawn ML - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
A polished Peach; Impeach My Bush is certainly my favorite PEACHES album to date. Remaining true to her tenacious rough quality, while having attained a smoother production, Peaches has cultivated Electro-Trash perfection. Making gleefully perverse sexual lyrics elegant and sophisticated is an art the virtuoso, Ms. Peach, has definitely flawlessly mastered, as can be seen in this politically satirical titled record. Definitely check out You Love It Ft. Joan Jett, Downtown, Boys Wanna Be Her, and my personal favorite Two Guys (For Every Girl) cause every girl loves a lil guy on guy action. ;-)
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Peaches is still the shiznit! 14 Aug 2006
By G. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Peaches has scored another amazing album, looking back and movingn forward, she melds the best bits of electroclash, Miami booty bass, punk rock, and 80s retro to create, yet once, a sound and sensibility that's uniquely her own. No one else sounds like Peaches, or has the "balls" to - from inspired, no-BS title track opener (Impeach my bush/Impeach...Bush!), Peaches just keeps the hits cummin, hittin' it hard with: Tent In Your Pants, Giv'er, You Love It, Slippery Dick, and many more, climaxing with the rather menacing Stick It to the Pimp. What makes Peaches so cool is her deceptively simple, accessible electro-rock-dance ditties that, upon closer inspection, reveal subversion and a willingness, unlike many contemporary artists, to truly challenge social/political/sexual mores, i.e. Two Guys For Every Girl. Whether she's joking or not, all jokes have a kernel of truth. Another winner, Peaches, you deserve to have a big phat hit on TRL!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars dirty dirty dirty! 24 July 2006
By Sean808080 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
peaches is back and she's more polished than before. teaming with joan jett and josh homme of queens of the stone age on this release, peaches lets forth with a fanstastic cutting edge medley of electro, funk, pop, and gritty balls to the walls rock.

something for everyone is to be found on this record. the song downtown is sure to be a summer pick for many of us. deceptively sweet and accessible, the track bears repeated listening and attention to the subversive lyric.

the only drawback to this record is that it is sooo polished and perfect, a live performance will be hard to sync up to this excellent effort. we shall see.

pump up the peaches!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I Love This Woman, She Is Amazing!!!!!!! 26 Nov 2006
By c - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I'm gonna keep this short and sweet. Peaches is in my opinion, larger than life. I own all her albums, after my best friend got me into her. Impeach My Bush is just as great.

If you ever get a chance to see her live in concert, Please do so.

Peaches and the Herm's will blow you away. No great big light show, no screens, no special effects. Just her, and her band, rocking your box.

I say it with all honesty, She is for Real!!!!

I know she has alot of haters out there, and thats fine. True Playa's never worry about sucka's like that.

Buy Impeach My Bush if you haven't already. Or buy it for a friend that you care deeply for. Trust me Its definitely well worth it.


Carlito from the Bronx
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