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Michael Jefferson
1.29.08, 1:44 PM
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The Soundtrack (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00104W8T6/w3pgcoffeeroomss)
1.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed for Coffeerooms by Mike Jefferson
Many weekends ago, when I slummed with the children of the night in Katonah, New York (I was, in fact, their King), I would often run into Kimya Dawson, a young artiste with more piercings than Moby Dick. She seemed sweet, innocent and entirely clueless to life’s harsh realities. She seldom said more than a word at a time, and when she did it was to ask if I’d buy her a drink. So I was floored when I was told she was an aspiring singer/songwriter who was the driving force behind a group called Moldy Peaches. When I finally got hold of a CD of their music I found it to be raw, unpolished and well…rotten. I was sure Kimya Dawson had as much chance of being a successful recording artist as the Boston Red Sox had of winning the World Series.
Well, we all know how the Red Sox have faired of late…Now Kimya Dawson is getting her chance to step up to the plate as featured artist for the movie soundtrack for “Juno,” which, was the #1 digital album and #1 album on itunes for two weeks in a row.

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