[TypicalGirls] 15 must-haves for the beginning girl rocker (part 3)

Smurf ziggysmurfdust at pandora.be
Sat Jun 2 13:05:36 EDT 2007


I'd go for the 2002 Best Of CD (or 2xCD)
Revamped in 2004 with a DVD : http://www.discogs.com/release/437378

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Op Sat, 02 Jun 2007 18:46:30 +0200 schreef Dina Hornreich  
<dina.hornreich at gmail.com>:

> I'm ambivalent about the Siouxsie dilemma. We need some more people to  
> chime in!
>
> OK, here's the list so far.
>
> Au Pairs:  "Stepping Out of Line" 2 CD anthology (Castle)
> Bush Tetras: "Boom in the Night" collection of demos and EPs 1980-83  
> (ROIR)
> Delta 5: "Singles and Sessions 1979-81" (Kill Rock Stars)
> Essential Logic: "Fanfare in the Garden" 2 CD retrospective (Kill Rock  
> Stars)
> ESG: "A South Bronx Story" retrospective (Universal Sound)
> LiLiPUT: (formerly Kleenex) self-titled 2 CD complete collection (Kill  
> Rock Stars)
> Lene Lovich: "Stateless" 1978 album reissue (Rhino)
> Maximum Joy: "Unlimited 1979-1983" (Crippled Dick Hot Wax)
> OH-OK: "The Complete Recordings" (Collectors' Choice)
> The Raincoats: self-titled 1979 album reissue (Rough Trade) <--- IS THIS  
> OUT OF PRINT or IMPORT ONLY (FOR AMERICANS)?
> Siouxsie and the Banshees: "The Scream" 1978 2 CD album reissue (Polydor)
> or
> Siouxsie and the Banshees: "Once Upon a Time: The Singles" collection  
> (Ume)
> The Slits: "Cut" 1979 album reissue (Island)
> X-Ray Spex: "Germ-Free Adolescents" 1978 album reissue (Castle)
> Y Pants: 1980 self-titled EP + 1982 "Beat it Down" album reissue  
> (Periodic Document)
> Young Marble Giants: "Colossal Youth and Collected Works" 3CDs  
> containing 1979 album reissue with bonus material (Domino)
>
> ***Now, I need short blurbs from YOU dear listmembers.***
>
> Here are some examples (from Bobby Moore) to help you get started:
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Singles and Sessions- 1979-1981- Delta 5
>
> Hailing from the Leeds art school scene that also produced Gang of Four
> and The Mekons, Delta 5 was a funky, feminist-minded group that
> features more males than females. With two bass players and songs like
> the often-covered "Mind Your Own Business" and "You", Delta 5 stand out
> as one of the best from a scene that featured several female-friendly
> bands.
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Germ Free Adolescents- Xray Spex
>
> While I think of The Slits as being the best from the punk era, The
> Xray Spex were the first as far as getting media attention and
> releasing a single.
>
> Germ Free Adolescents might be a bit repetitive with its constant theme
> of consumerism, but it is to this day one of the most unique sounding
> albums ever released.
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> The Raincoats s/t
>
> This one might not be as easy to find as the other albums on this list,
> but if all else fails check the Rough Trade Store online.
>
> If I had to pick a favorite band, it would be The Raincoats. Their
> self-titled debut is a great introduction to a band that was among the
> best, most clever, artsiest, and at times weirdest of the post-punk
> bands.
>
>> From a memorable cover of "Lola" to "The Void", which was later covered
> by Hole, this is one of the best "girls that rock" albums you are going
> to find.
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Also, I enjoy recommendations that say things like "Here are the records  
> I wish someone recommended to me when I was 13" (from Theresa Meire).
>
> If I have to nominate people, I will!
>
> -Dina
>
>



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