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Part of the mid-'90s "anti-folk" scene unfolding on New York City's Lower East Side, the Moldy Peaches (Adam Green and Kimya Dawson) were signed by Rough Trade in 2001 and released this lo-fi effort before splitting off to do solo projects. The songs are simple, three-chord pounders that embody the naïveté of both childhood and punk rock. The duo's contribution to the highly successful Juno soundtrack in 2007 created a renewed interest in them and in this understated debut.

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Moldy peaches rock

Awesome I loved it go moldy peaches!!! I love you!!'


So simple song yet so awesome!

Awesome album

I loved it


Formed: Mount Kisco, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The self-proclaimed anti folk outfit, Moldy Peaches, is comprised of two main members, Adam Green and Kimya Dawson, but on stage, are joined by others (bassist Steve Mertens, drummer Strictly Beats, plus guitarists Jack Dishel and Toby Goodshank). Green and Dawson originally met at Exile on Main Street Records in Mount Kisco, New York, and began collaborating together soonafter. The Moldy Peaches created a buzz in the New York City underground scene during the late '90s, with a live show that saw...
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