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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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Product details

  • Vinyl (11 Nov. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Xl
  • ASIN: B00006SFE4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,496,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fuck the pain away
2. AA XXX
3. Rock show
4. Set it off
5. Cum undun
6. Diddle my skittle
7. Hot rod
8. Lovertits
9. Suck and let go
10. Sucker
11. Felix partz
12. Kleine Melodien
13. Sex (I’m a)
14. Casanova (Feat. Mignon)
15. Felix Partz remake
16. Fuck the pain away (acapella)
17. AA XXX (acapella)
18. Lovertits (acapella)
19. Rock show (acapella)

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Jan. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The only real tragedy of this fabulous record is that the listener cannot appreciate the Earth-shattering experience of being confronted by a man-eating, voracious Canadian with a partiality for mullet topiary and sex-toy fashion. The album is not for the faint of heart. Searing, uninhibited vocals pierce through an intricate trellis of acidic rock, techno and demented disco beats on the tracks "Rock Show","AAXXX" and "Hot Rod", while "Lovertits", the clear master-offering of the track list, is a ball-busting monument erected in the name of female prowess and the very core of male indimidation. Supposedly "minimalist" in terms of musical construction, this is far from minimalist in impact. Peaches and her "jackass" collaborators think nothing of metaphorically waving their vinyl-moulded, replicated sex organs of sound directly at your eardrums and then penetrating them with the precision of a Tokyo cyber-porn star. In a world where food is a known aphrodisiac, "Teaches" is no 24 hour convenience-store plastic pot cheesecake and Peaches is no baggy-eyed shop assistant. This creation is her gargantuous melba and she is Heidi Fleiss masquerading as Sara Lee, wielding the icing bag on the top. And only an opener like "Fuck the pain away" can be construed as a calling for music consumers to drink the juices from the Bacchiaun statue that is ground-breaking, trashy rhythms, wayward vocals and x-rated atmospherics. Diddle her Skittle if you dare!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
At first listen to The Teaches of Peaches I am instantly intrigued. From the opening track you instantly feel like you have opened the diary of an extraordinarily honest XX chromosome. The fact that Peaches is not only the voice but the beat alone makes this album a truly "guilty" pleasure. Very few women out there have the ability to be honest with their lyrics and music, especially about sexual freedoms and desires. Tracks like "AAXXX" are perfect soundtracks for a snotty trip through a strip mall or a twirl on a strip pole. Check out honesty, check out Peaches.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Nell on 19 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Incredibly sexy. First heard F*** The Pain Away on Soulwax's Too Many DJs as part of a 45 song mash-up. You have to hear the original to truly appreciate the tongue-in-cheek, incredibly sexy vocals and the stunning preoduction value. Pink eat your heart out.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Nov. 2000
Format: Audio CD
The Teaches of Peaches is an album made for fucking to. It rocks. Almost every song contains frenetic sexual energy. I have never been so turned on by a CD. At first I was unsure about the musical merits of the album, but I think that was just because I was a little embarrassed by the fact that it turned me on. After several listens I am now convinced that as well as being a very eccentric and sexy album, The Teaches of Peaches contains some real musical gems. Let's face it, rock music, or in this case electronica, is often about sex, though usually not as explicitly; The Teaches of Peaches is a wonderful marriage between form and content, it's about sex, and it sounds god damn sexy. See for yourself...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Nell on 30 Sept. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Hot! First heard F*** The Pain Away on Soulwax's Too Many DJs as part of a 45 song mash-up. You have to hear the original to truly appreciate the tongue-in-cheek, dirty vocals and the stunning preoduction value. Pink eat your heart out.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mr. SCM Bell VINE VOICE on 25 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Having heard F**k the Pain Away on recent flick My Little Eye, I immediately sourced and bought this album. Fitting so perfectly into the scratchy, voyeuristic, home-made nature of the movie I was anticipating an album of beats, dark synth bass and dirty lyrics. And The Teaches of Peaches does fit those criteria. At least to a point.
On giving the album a proper spin I can see why the makers of My Little Eye chose it. Like the film it's a real piece of lo-fi. Not that that's a bad thing. Opener F**ck the Pain Away not only is recorded in home spun fashion but is draped in a tape noise effect which makes it sound even more raw and basic. As you progress you discover that the album basically consists of Peach's voice, sparse sequenced drums and synth, and some (very) crudely sampled and looped guitars, all performed and arranged by the lady herself.
Despite the obvious drawbacks of home-made production jobs and what basically amounts to a one woman band there are some gems on TTOP. The likes of AA XXX and Set it Off are irresistibly catchy and showcase Peaches talent for taking very simple sets of lyrics and weaving them into quite a compelling mantra. Although the sampling, programming and production are at best limited in scope it often works extremely well. Diddle My Skittle is a remarkably dark homage to the genitalia of the artist which contains some inspired use of sampled white noise. Lovely.
Overall the album works but there is no doubt that Peaches is at full throttle whispering dark rhymes into the mic over hip hop tinged beats as opposed to her would be punk stylings on Rock Show and Suck and Let Go. While the former is catchy and absorbing the latter is atonal and basically an affront to the dark art of guitar sampling. That aside there are a good half dozen excellent tunes adorning this album, and more than that I feel that we are just scratching the surface of Peaches abilities. I can't wait to hear what she'd be like with a better production.
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