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Let it Die


Feist
Let it Die
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On her solo debut, Leslie Feist creates the ultimate indie kid makeout album (Air’s Talkie Walkie well considered). With her vibrant voice ringing out over sparsely arranged tracks, things flow in a simple but accomplished manner. Though most of the album is covers, it is her own “Mushaboom” that’s the real highlight. About a verse into the song, Feist sing-ing about the simple pleasures of settling down with children, one was willing to pawn a kidney to be the one doing it with her.
—Matt Charlton
categories: Canadian artist,Juno nominee (2006)

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