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An excellent follow-up

15 years, 8 months ago at Oct 25 21:50
When I first listened to the album I didn't like it as much as their first, but after listening to it more and more I've come to love it just as much as the first. A lot of bands seem to be let down by their second (studio) album, but I find this to be a great album which has some tracks which I find so addictive. For me "Sex Changes" and "Sing" are perfectly placed to give a crashing introduction... read more

powerful stuff

15 years, 3 months ago at Mar 30 15:36
A piano and drums duo that rocks harder than most fully stacked bands today? Indeed. The songs are inventive and interesting lyrically and melodically without losing the strong hooks that make it so darn fun to hum/whistle/sing along with.

Having picked up this album and their self-titled debut at the same time, I think "Yes, Virginia" is a consistently stronger effort, though I'd... read more
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Description: J J 0 0 It's hard to resist a singer who fully indulges her sexual obsessions on CD, especially when they involve songs about transsexuals and--to paraphrase a bit--girls who leave out used condoms on their bedroom dressers to make their boyfriends jealous. And that's just Amanda Palmer in her tamer moments. As the mouthpiece for the carnival-like Dresden Dolls, she certainly knows how to scintillate. The Boston cabaret-punk duo's second album is a no-holds-barred affair that sees her singing about Nazi sympathizers ("Mrs. O") and bedroom antics ("First Orgasm") with equal zest, while the music she bangs ... (more)
Manufacturer: Roadrunner Records
Release date: 18 April 2006
EAN: 0016861808129 UPC: 016861808129
Tags: Piano (2), Indie (1), Rock (1), Alternative (1), Pop (1), Mp3 (1), Piano Rock (1), 2006 (1), Female Vocalist (1), Album (1), Punk Cabaret (1), Powerdox (1)
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