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Riot In My Mind - Poison Girls - Statement (CD)

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  1. May 24,  · Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  2. Poison Girls ‎– Songs Of Praise Label: Xntrix ‎– XN Format: Vinyl Riot In My Mind Bass – Max Volume* Drums, Percussion – Agent Orange (8) A4: Feeling The Pinch Bass – Max Volume* A5: Desperate Days: B1: CD Poison Girls.
  3. Shop Statement Box Set, The Complete Recordings: Four CD Set and Book. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  4. Nov 18,  · I decided to include the album cover of the amazing compilation album, "Wargasm," since that was/is the record that first introduced me to the Poison Girls as far as I can remember. And.
  5. Tracklist with lyrics of the album STATEMENT [] of Poison Girls: Revenge - Cat's Eye - Piano Lessons - Closed Shop [Live] - The Moon (I Wanted) [Live] -.
  6. This is not to say that Poison Girls didn’t lob their share of spit in the direction of those in power, take “Statement,” where Subversa vehemently spouts “I curse the system that makes machines of my children." Curiously, Poison Girls are frequently omitted from discussions of punk’s history; hopefully this is redressed by this vital 5/5(4).
  7. Within the anarcho-punk tradition, the Poison Girls had evolved significantly musically over the years, as shown in Songs Of Praise, starting with "Real Woman", that mixed post-punk and a kind of lounge-music-hall, a recipe that clearly pointed towards The bouncy funk-disco "Hot For Love" added some Gang Of Four and Bush Tetras into the mix.
  8. Poison Girls - Poison Girls / Songs of Praise: Original Master Tape!!! - Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in .
  9. Poison Girls - Statement: The Complete Recordings The Poison Girls are a great Anarcho-Punk band that have been around for some time now. More diverse musically than the basic template of the late 70s/early 80s, this band is one of the pillars of the scene (in my humble opinion, anyways).

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