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Album Review

This is the kind of record that could only have appeared on an independent label like Righteous Babe. And while there's some excellent stuff on here, there's also far too much that could have used judicious editing. At points there are poetry slam lyrics ("Dog Grab Dog"), sophomoric political tracts disguised as entertainment ("Feminist Housewives" and "Search Light"), and the just plain stupid "Areola Prayer." But it's far from being an entire waste of space. When they nail things right, there's power in what this pair do, as on "Secret Candy," a searing piece of hip hop, or the wonderfully goofy "Croquet." The intent of being very political and pro-gay is all extremely worthy. But you have to think that in ten years they'll listen to this and cringe with the simplicity of the political positions they put forth — life just isn't black and white any more. But there are plenty of smart beats, and some good violin (and viola) playing from Bitch. Former Fanny member June Millington produces sympathetically. But it's a shame she didn't show more of an iron fist inside her velvet glove and make the duo work a bit harder. There's talent here, but they'll need someone firm to stop the self-indulgence and bring it out properly.


Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The funky-folk duo Bitch & Animal came together in the late '90s. Bitch hails from Detroit and Animal was born and raised in Queens, NY and the two met after play rehearsal at a theater school in Chicago. For the next few years, Bitch & Animal honed their signature sexually-charged musical style; What's That Smell marked their debut in 1999. Ani DiFranco signed them to her Righteous Babe label that same year, and touring throughout North America and Europe followed. Eternally Hard marked Bitch...
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