This album reads like a manifesto; albeit an uncompromising, unapologetic, stridant manifesto. Peaches is throwing her arms back, being herself, and declaring herself a woman. She is a woman who can be aggressive, sexual and controversial, but always proud. The beats and chords drive you with a deliciously heavy-hand, through song after song. Perhaps she only has one message, but its a message that needs to be broadcast. Although it is difficult to tell (on a recorded album) the strength of any singers voice, Peaches' musicianship certainly supports her voice and its message perfectly. Her singing swings from brimming with rage, to becoming teasingly nonchalant. She rocks!