I first got the idea to put together a really simple, stripped-down, record-it-in-my-underwear-in-my-apartment-in-boston kinda thing.
I had a collection of solo songs that were defined, very clear by their lack of drums. Otherwise, they went straight into the pile of Dresden Dolls tunes.
In 1997, Ben Folds Five released the album “Whatever & Ever Amen,” featuring the hit single “Brick.” The song -- a somber, piano-heavy tune -- was widely interpreted to be about a man accompanying his lover while she got an abortion.
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Whether or not she means to be, singer Amanda Palmer is controversial.
In 2013, Buzzfeed handily summarized the outrage against her to date in a post entitled “7 Times Amanda Palmer Pissed People Off.” The antipathy toward her runs so deep that a concert reviewer in the U. once accused her of “gazing and cooing” too adoringly at her husband, bestselling fantasy author Neil Gaiman, in public, in a way that had the potential to dampen the feminist impulses of her fans.