Simon Vozick-Levinson
March 14, 2008 AT 04:00 AM EDT

Just in case, amid all the Juno-related plaudits for Kimya Dawson, you’ve forgotten that the semiretired Moldy Peaches had more than one member, her principal bandmate is back with a new solo effort, Sixes & Sevens. Green spends his fifth album trying out a goofy, Elvis-esque croon and stringing together meaningless rhymes (”Sold the kids to science/Baby, cancel my compliance”) over arrangements that evoke 1950s schmaltz and digital-age tinniness. He hits a campy sweet spot from time to time, but at a seemingly endless 20-track length, this is one tiresome gag. C+
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