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Record collectors tend to be men; so do record-collector musicians, the kind who own original pressings of the rarities they cover. London's Holly Golightly is that kind of rare bird, a whiskey sour-voiced ex-Headcoatee who likes tempos that drag and guitars that do the same. Formally, a lot of the songs on this 2001 collection are blues, and she's got the right kind of "oh yeah?" temperament to sing 'em; ditto her rambunctious take on Pavement's "Box Elder." Pick to click: "Believe Me #2," where the guitars snarl even harder than the singer.