The Moldy Peaches

£ 19.99


The Moldy Peaches is the eponymous debut album by anti-folk band The Moldy Peaches. It was primarily recorded in a basement in Port Townsend, Washington and was originally released in 2001. The album is base level, lo-fi, couldn't give a fuck trashy white boy indie rock. like old royal trux in southpark. pure attitude and charming lyrics. The record absent-mindedly skips genres the way children click TV channels, from fragile acoustic folk and savant hip hop to amplified garage punk sing-a-longs.

LP - First vinyl pressing in 15 years. Red vinyl that includes bonus 7” single of County Fair / Rainbows.

Lucky Number Nine
Jorge Regula
What Went Wrong
Nothing Came Out
Downloading Porn With Dave
These Burgers
Steak For Chicken
On Top
Greyhound Bus
Anyone Else But You
Little Bunny Foo-Foo
The Ballad Of Helen Keller & Rip Van Winkle
Who's Got The Crack
Lucky Charms
D.2. Boyfriend
I Forgot
Lazy Confessions
NYC's Like A Graveyard
Goodbye Song
Country Fair
Format: LP
Label: Rough Trade
Catalogue numbers: RT0015LP


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Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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