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Peaches' debut album, "The Teaches of Peaches," spawned an underground electroclash anthem in the single "Fuck the Pain Away." In the process, Peaches became a much-sought-after live act with a ferven

Peaches' debut album, "The Teaches of Peaches," spawned an underground electroclash anthem in the single "Fuck the Pain Away." In the process, Peaches became a much-sought-after live act with a fervent fan following. So, what does the Canadian gal do for a follow-up? She makes an album that is more consistent and enjoyable than its predecessor. The most immediate track on the self-produced set is, without question, the garage rock strutter "Kick It." Featuring Iggy Pop, this infectious track could win over modern rock radio. Alternative-leaning club kids will dig the demented dance rock of "Operate" and the call-and-response antics of "Shake Yer Dix."—KC