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Every era has its signature rock stars: individuals who not only make the music that provides the soundtrack, but who physically and psychologically embody the ethos of their time. In the late '60s, Mick Jagger personified the iconoclasm, danger, and seething sexuality of a generation shaking off its uptight roots. Patti Smith was the shy suburban poetess turned wailing banshee thanks to exposure to the wilds of lawless '70s New York. And Kurt Cobain carried with him the rage and indignation of every teenager warped by Reagan-era plasticity and oppression. Rock fans who came of age in the early s were exuberantly represented and entertained by Yeah Yeah Yeahs' frontwoman Karen O. Born Karen Orzolek, she embodied the weirdo outsider artist's multi-channel, multicultural creative identity well ahead of descendants like Lady Gaga, M.
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EB Cover Star Karen O Reflects on the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Karen O – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
Karen Lee Orzolek AKA Karen O first caught the public eye as the charismatic and often outlandishly dressed frontwoman for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, a trio of art-rocking post-punks from New York who emerged to much acclaim in the early noughties. All of that has culminated in her first solo LP, Crush Songs , with compositions as fleeting and lovestruck as the crushes they extol. Karen, obviously your new album is about crushes, which I like. A crush is one of the best parts of either not falling in love or falling in love. Anything more?
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THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 5-25-03: QUESTIONS FOR KAREN O; Rock-Show Girl
I get nervous before we go on stage. For a while, I'd drink tequila. If I put even a drop of tequila on my tongue, I want to karate-chop boards. Now I drink Champagne. My incentive onstage is to smash that supercool attitude that you see at rock concerts.
Motherhood kicked my ass so hard. But having my son Django showed me how hard bringing a life into this world is. The early days of Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs were a self-destructive period of my life. I did some ridiculous, masochistic stuff up on stage, like rolling around on broken glass and getting blind drunk. But it was highly cathartic, too.