Hidden Vagenda, Kimya Dawson's fourth post-Moldy Peaches solo album and her first for K Records, adopts a fuller, more polished sound than her earlier work, but her songwriting is just as innocent and heartfelt-sounding as ever.
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Hidden Vagenda by Kimya Dawson, released 05 October 2004 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) 13. You Love Me 1. It is the first album I didn't record on an analog cassette 4-track machine. Recorded at Mourningwood Studio, San Francisco and in Jason and Brain's living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, garages and yards. Additional tracks recorded by Major Matt Mason USA at Olive Juice Music, NYC and by Kimya in the Dawson familly kitchen. It's Been Raining and Blue Like Nevermind recorded at mains d'œvres, St. Ouen France. Parade was recorded at the Audiology Center, Moseley, England. Co-produced by Jason Carmer, Arion Salazar, and Kimya Dawson.
Kimya Dawson's move to K Records was perhaps inevitable. Her work with The Moldy Peaches has always been indebted to K cornerstone Beat Happening, and the withdrawn folk of her three previous solo albums would fit snugly beside the twee that has long clogged that label's roster. But Dawson has always channeled the confrontational energy of her work with Adam Green into her otherwise innocuous solo material, and tempers her wide-eyed sincerity with a deeply sardonic sensibility.
Folk Rock Kimya Dawson. Band Name Kimya Dawson. Album Name Hidden Vagenda. Released date 05 October 2004. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album0. It's Been Raining.
Hidden Vagenda is the fourth solo album by American singer-songwriter Kimya Dawson, and the first to be released by K Records. The album contains songs about her pain from the deaths of loved ones, the then-upcoming 2004 election, and a power ballad version of a song from a previous solo album featuring a recording of members of The Moldy Peaches as an intro.
by Kimya Dawson - 14 Tracks - 51:01. Release date 10/05/2004.