Published September 25, 2003.PeachesFatherfucker(Kitty-Yo/XL)If someone were to take the punk grind of industrial pioneers Suicide and throw in some guitars and techno beats, they would have Peaches. Pushing the sexual politics laid out by Wayne/Jayne County in the ’70s/’80s NYC punk scene, Peaches twists androgyny into a vulgar camp ideal. Fatherfucker features a duet with Iggy Pop and a track produced by Joan Jett. Peaches is definitely not for everyone, but her street cred and true punk spirit make this disc a blast. —Trevor MacLaren

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