Fancypants Hoodlum

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Fancypants Hoodlum
Peaches Fancypants Hoodlum.jpeg
Studio album by
Genre Rock, punk
Label Accudub
Producer Jim English, John Gzowski
Merrill Nisker chronology
Fancypants Hoodlum
The Teaches of Peaches

Fancypants Hoodlum is the debut album by Canadian musician Merrill Nisker, [1] who later became famous under the name Peaches.


Track listing

1."Tic Toc" 1:54
2."Flexy Boy" 3:40
3."Throw My Name" 4:23
4."Skybag" 4:37
5."Radio" 3:47
6."Maniac" 4:08
7."I Give" 2:41
8."I Want Something" 3:12
9."Park Spot" 3:08
10."High School Confidential" Carole Pope, Kevan Staples5:06
11."Kung Fu Fighting" Carl Douglas 3:26
12."Stressed Out" 3:41
14."Solid Old" (hidden after 3:31 of silence) 2:33


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  1. "Fancypants Hoodlum". The Indie Music Archive. Retrieved 2011-12-07.