Adam Green rode the anti-folk wave from The Moldy Peaches all the way to his quirky solo career. On 2003's "Jessica," he offers up vintage, slapstick Adam Green: It's a faux-ode to pop starlet Jessica Simpson. "I was reading a lot of magazines on tour--I don't know their names but they have glossy pictures of the pop stars," Green said. "Why her? I don't know, maybe she just had the silliest picture in the magazine." In the song, Green chastises Simpson for her "fraudulent smile" and asks her to take his food order.
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