Peep Show (album)

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Peep Show
Peep Show Goudie.jpg
Studio album by Goudie
Released July 11, 2000
Genre Rock
Label Elektra/Asylum/Wea/The Music Company
Producer Mike McCarthy, Dan McACarroll
Goudie chronology
Peep Show
(2000)
Effects of Madness
(2002)Effects of Madness2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
The Austin Chronicle 2/5 stars[2]
U.S. Music Vault 8/10 stars[3]
CMJ (favorable)[4]
Barnes & Noble (favorable)[5]
Houston Press (favorable)[6]
Texas Monthly (favorable)[7]
unearthed.com (favorable)[8]

Peep Show is the debut album by Goudie. It was recorded at Brooklyn Bridge Studio in Austin, Texas. The song "Julia" is the result of a collaboration between Johnny Goudie and Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go's. The song "When Will You Be Mine" features vocals by Aimee Mann. The album was recorded twice. The initial sessions took place in Los Angeles and featured Lars Ulrich playing drums on "When Will You Be Mine." The band was not satisfied with the result of the Los Angeles sessions, considering the album too glossy and not edgy enough. They returned to Austin, Texas, where they recorded the version of the album that would be released.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Baby Hello"
  2. "Sugar Daddy"
  3. "Tonight"
  4. "Valentine"
  5. "Julia"
  6. "Buy Me"
  7. "Shy"
  8. "Made"
  9. "Strange"
  10. "Terminal"
  11. "Drag City"
  12. "When Will You Be Mine?"

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