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Album Review

After a five-year hiatus, Jane Wiedlin returned with Kissproof World on her own label, producing the record as well. There's real chemistry among her backing band, which includes guitarists Luke Tierney (of Silverjet) and Frank Agnew (of the Adolescents) and Wiedlin's little-girl voice reveals more maturity, noticeably on ballads like "The Good Wife" and "He's Not Talking." The latter song is a moody, dreamy duet with Matthew Sweet. Kissproof World draws on Wiedlin's past with the unbridled "Die Now! Pay Later!" and the punchy, singalong title track. There are also a few inspired touches like the use of the Bulgarian Women's Choir during the bridge of "Icicle" and the Middle Eastern-flavored "Feeling Like Flying." Lyrically, Kissproof World has a very personal feel: sometimes amusing ("Fallen"), sometimes somber ("The Good Wife"). Kissproof World is some of Wiedlin's best and most engaging work.

Customer Reviews

Her best solo album to date! Buy it NOW!

Still waiting for a new one though. Any time now, Jane! She has matured greatly as a songwriter and these tunes are full of worldy experience and not just the cute, little Go-Go. All the ones cited in the iTunes review are stellar, but the whole album is great and still one of my favorites.


Born: May 20, 1958 in Oconomowoc, WI

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born on May 20, 1958 in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, Jane Wiedlin had her first success as the guitarist in the Go-Go’s, playing on classic iconic singles like “We Got the Beat” and “Our Lips Are Sealed” that helped make them the most popular female group to emerge from the punk/new wave boom of the late '70s and early '80s. Creatively restless, Wiedlin left the band in 1984, releasing a charting solo single, “Blue Kiss,” and a self-titled solo debut, Jane Wiedlin, a year later in 1985. She also pursued...
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