Kevin Blechdom, laptop whiz for Blectum From Blechdom and Adult Rodeo, brings an instinct for giddy pop to her solo debut. Hipsters can smirk knowingly at "Mr. Miguel," a dirty ode to one-time boyfriend Kid 606, and at the outrageously cheesy cover of "Private Dancer" (not to mention the group portrait with Nelson on the CD face). The real highlights, however, are the hopped-up carnival freylekhs of "Shelley Sho'nuff" and, especially, "Interspecies Love," a swoony, silly delight. Less self-important than Kid 606 and more fun than Peaches, this is electronic music for those who expect their cultural deconstruction to come with tunes and real human emotions.
AllMusic Review by Daniel Browne