My Cute Fiend Sweet Princess
Download links and information about My Cute Fiend Sweet Princess by Kimya Dawson. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 33:05 minutes.
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|7.||Will You Be Me?||3:20|
Kimya Dawson can sing "I can spoon a guy and still be his friend" with no abashment. It's almost as if she was never taught what's indecent. Sometimes that's what makes her so unique. Although given a simultaneous release, this solo entry (the more pensive and respectable of the two) was recorded a year-and-a-half after Knock-Knock Who?. Unlike the lush arrangements on her counterpart Adam Green's Friends of Mine, Dawson is content with lo-fi anti-folk. She's cute and lewd, sometimes within the same song, making clever pop culture and New York City references within her quick-witted rhymes. Sesame Street meets Ani DiFranco and Bob Dylan on shy songs such as opener "Chemistry," while Dawson even has a little girl to sing backup vocals on "Everything's Alright." Rarely does she add anything else, aside from something such as a twinkling toy piano in "Will You Be Me?" Whether she's expressing suppressed memories or feelings about relationships, there's plenty of leftover childhood angst. And that makes for something unyieldingly genuine.