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Girl Talk

by Kate Nash

Girl Talk by Kate Nash

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Girl Talk

by Kate Nash

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Label: Have 10p Records.
It would've been cheesy for Kate Nash to name this Grrrl Talk, but she could have. Her third album is an homage to bad-ass girl punkery, each era filtered through the Brit's brat-pop gaze. You get your surfy, vixenish girl group (the fierce "Death Proof"); your arty, screamy punk ("Cherry Pickin'"); your hipster-hop (the Blondie-via-Luscious Jackson "Rap for Rejection"); your ferocious garage rock ("All Talk," like a poppier Yeah Yeah Yeahs); and a whole lot of riot grrrl snarl (don't miss "Fri-end?" or the threatening "All Talk"). We don't know when Nash got so... nasty, but it sounds good.

About This Album

It would've been cheesy for Kate Nash to name this Grrrl Talk, but she could have. Her third album is an homage to bad-ass girl punkery, each era filtered through the Brit's brat-pop gaze. You get your surfy, vixenish girl group (the fierce "Death Proof"); your arty, screamy punk ("Cherry Pickin'"); your hipster-hop (the Blondie-via-Luscious Jackson "Rap for Rejection"); your ferocious garage rock ("All Talk," like a poppier Yeah Yeah Yeahs); and a whole lot of riot grrrl snarl (don't miss "Fri-end?" or the threatening "All Talk"). We don't know when Nash got so... nasty, but it sounds good.

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About This Album

It would've been cheesy for Kate Nash to name this Grrrl Talk, but she could have. Her third album is an homage to bad-ass girl punkery, each era filtered through the Brit's brat-pop gaze. You get your surfy, vixenish girl group (the fierce "Death Proof"); your arty, screamy punk ("Cherry Pickin'"); your hipster-hop (the Blondie-via-Luscious Jackson "Rap for Rejection"); your ferocious garage rock ("All Talk," like a poppier Yeah Yeah Yeahs); and a whole lot of riot grrrl snarl (don't miss "Fri-end?" or the threatening "All Talk"). We don't know when Nash got so... nasty, but it sounds good.