Debut studio album from anti-folk band The Moldy Peaches. Mostly know for their don't give an F attitude, Adam Green and Kimya Dawson's The Moldy Peaches were a fixture of New York's anit-folk scene, playing shows at the SideWalk Cafe. Their eponymous debut is made up of mostly of recordings from Port Townsend, Washington, along with a few singles that were previously released. You'll most likely be familiar with their music from movies like Juno, where Ellen Page and Michael Cera perform a rendition of "Anyone Else But You." The sound is about as lo-fi as one can get. There's plenty of humor and sloppiness, but the songwriting holds up for most of the album. One for the outsiders and misfits. Includes the songs: "Anyone Else But You," "Jorge Regula," and "Who's Got The Crack." Twenty-one tracks in all. Released by Rough Trade on red vinyl housed in a replica sleeve with a bonus 7".