CD Hidden Vagenda (CD 1062609), Audio Other
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Hidden Vagenda

  • 1. It's Been Raining
    2. Fire
    3. Viva la Persistence
    4. Lullaby for the Taken
    5. I Will Never Forget
    6. Singing Machine
    7. Moving On
    8. Blue Like Nevermind
    9. My Heroes
    10. Parade
    11. 5 Years
    12. Anthrax (Powerballad Version) - (Power Ballad Version)
    13. You Love Me
    14. Angels and Seagulls
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 165

  • Credits
    ProducerArion Salazar; Jason Carmer; Kimya Dawson; Arion Salazar; Jason Carmer
    EngineerJason Carmer; Etienne Jaumet; Kimya Dawson; Major Matt Mason

    Personnel: Kimya Dawson (vocals, whistling, guitar, flute, percussion); Jason Carmer (vocals, whistling); Andr Herman Dne (vocals, guitar, clarinet); Toby Goodshank (vocals, guitar); David-Ivar Herman Dne (vocals, ukulele); Madigan Shive (vocals, cello); Regina Spektor (vocals, piano); Anders Griffen (vocals, drums); Angela Carlucci, Akida Dawson, Danny Kelly, Sam Jayne, Beatrice Mapsey Johnson, Clint Asay, Josh, Jon LaPierre, Jack Lewis, Jason Trachtenburg, Paleface, Arion Salazar, Stephan Jenkins, Major Matt Mason USA, Steven Mertens, Jim Andralis (vocals); Joe Gore (guitar, toy piano); Scott Loving (guitar); Luci Baines (saxophone); Brian "Brain" Mantia (drums, gong, chimes); Nman Herman Dune (drums).
    Audio Mixers: Arion Salazar; Jason Carmer; Kimya Dawson.
    Recording information: Audiology Centre, Moseley, England; Mains D'Oeuvres, St. Oven, France; Olive Juice Music, New York, NY.
    Arranger: Grandmaster Gareth.
    The playful, sweet, and unaffected songwriting style that Kimya Dawson has been displaying since her time in the Moldy Peaches is in evidence on this 2004 release, but some of the songs have taken a slightly more political turn. But the politics never weighs down the poignancy, and the catchy melodies flourish no matter what the subject matter.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (p.103) - 3 stars out of 5 - "Dawson's ditties are childlike and catchy..."
    Entertainment Weekly (p.114) - "Dawson's unaffected earnestness, firm sense of morality, and pretension-cutting playfulness are starting to seem like a miracle." - Grade: A-
    Magnet (p.92) - "Dawson has delivered one of 2004's more subversive pop delights."
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