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Jane Austen For the Downtown Set

Before there was a "Carrie Bradshaw" - and certainly before the East Village was gentrified, there was Cristina: the ultimate "Cosmo girl!" Catchy tunes combined with razor-sharp lyrics and brilliant insights into the the socio-sexual games we all play - what else would you expect from a Harvard girl? Also included are bonus tracks including "Things Fall Apart" - one of the most bombastically blase Christmas songs you'll ever hear. I've waited 23 years for this - and it was more than worth it!

Best in genre

Absolutely required. Best in genre (early 80's alternative pop). 25 years ahead of its time. Purchase now. Period.

One of my All-Time favorite albums

And that's saying something, competing with about 2,000 others. This is from 1984, the 2004 date is the re-release. But why this re-release mixes up the LP's track order is beyond me...I suppose I can rearrange them the way they should be. Get this album, and get "Is That All There Is?" off Doll Box. You won't be sorry.


Born: January 2, 1959

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Combining Bertolt Brecht, Leiber & Stoller, punk, and disco into a distinctive brew that parodied and questioned '80s excess, Cristina's acerbic wit made her a revered cult figure even though she only released two albums. Born to an American writer and illustrator and a French neo-Freudian psychoanalyst, Cristina Monet Palaci had a culturally literate childhood that led to studies at Harvard and a stint as a theater writer for The Village Voice. While writing for the alt-weekly in 1978, she met and...
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