Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci It may have been Hollywood blockbuster “The Addams Family” that catapulted Christina Ricci to stardom, but she soon let the world know she had slightly more adventurous tastes. Ricci dabbled outside the mainstream with a string of indie-minded films, including “Buffalo ’66,” “The Opposite of Sex,” “Pecker,” “Prozac Nation” and “Pumpkin.” So it’s no surprise that she made her recording debut with Beck, an artist who also walks the line between the indie and mainstream worlds. Ricci didn’t exactly sing on the relaxed, electro-folk of “Hell Yes,” where she played the role of a Japanese waitress. But she did provide the vocal hook with the coolly polite refrain of “please enjoy.”
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