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Stuff Me Up - Peaches - Fatherfucker (CD, Album)

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  1. Stuff Me Up Lyrics: I see you sitting, stuffing your face, why don't you stuff me up? / I see you sitting, stuffing your face, why don't you stuff me up? / I see you sitting, stuffing your face, why.
  2. The acclaim and exposure Peaches received for her debut album, The Teaches of Peaches, definitely didn't inspire her to make her act more mainstream for her second trivsanjuletmauflatroatwisnasurgosan.xyzinfo anything, from its title on down, Fatherfucker is even more explicit and outre. That Peaches is still trying new things and pushing the envelope should be a good thing; sometimes it is, but there's a limit to just how far.
  3. She tours with everyone from Bjvrk to Queens of the Stone Age, and junior mints like Pink and Christina Aguilera hang on her every dirty word. She blew many a mind (and probably some other things) with The Teaches of Peaches album and Fatherfucker takes her dirty white girlisms to an even more profound yet still salacious place/5(30).
  4. Fatherfucker is the third studio album by Canadian singer Peaches, released on September 23, by XL Recordings. Cover versions of Electric Six 's " Gay Bar " and Berlin 's " Sex (I'm .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Fatherfucker on Discogs. Label: XL Recordings - XLCD,XL Recordings - XLCDD • Format: CD Album, Enhanced CD EP • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Electro/5(18).
  6. May 11,  · How I wish it was pressed 45rpm.. Nonetheless, bass is punchy and guitars sound gnarly and awesome (especially in Rock n Roll). As with other vinyl releases by Peaches, track listing is different from that of CD release. Vinyl colour is more of grayish pink. Not like the hot pink of teaches of peaches reissue/5().
  7. Lyrics to Stuff Me Up by Peaches from the Fatherfucker album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. Peaches' fourth album I Feel Cream, was released on 4 May in Europe, and 5 May in North America. The first single from the album is a double A-side of " Talk to Me " and "More". [29] Peaches enlisted some of her contemporaries to co-produce a number of tracks including Simian Mobile Disco, Soulwax, Digitalism and Shapemod.

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