Category: Alternative

A - The Gits (2) - Frenching The Bully (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. It is a reminder of how good this band was and a call to the listener to track down out-of-print copies of "Frenching the Bully", "Enter: The Conquering Chicken" and the tribute album "Evil Stig" (gits live) featuring a rockin' Joan Jett filling in for the murdered Mia Zapata. Listening to this album reminded me of the first time I heard the Gits/5(13).
  2. Looking for psych records, punk singles, rock'n'roll LP's and pic sleeve 45's, funk LP's, etc. Not interested in buying modern repos (except for rare circumstances). I have a wants list that's embarrassingly long (trimmed it from 10k to 8k) so if you hit me with something it might be on the list!
  3. Apr 27,  · Label: Broken Rekids - SKIP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered gram • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Punk The Gits - Frenching The Bully (, gram, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(36).
  4. THE GITS debut studio album “Frenching The Bully” on Rathouse Records. – – Spring THE GITS headline a sold out a St Patricks Day show at Seattle club the Weathered Wall.
  5. A Seattle-based band steeped in punk, blues, and hard rock, tragically silenced by the murder of lead singer Mia Zapata in Read Full Biography.
  6. Since I had sold my copy of Frenching the Chicken years ago, I found a copy of the re-release version that was re-titled Frenching the Bully. I admit that I thought the live tracks were pretty useless to me but the first half of the album makes it all the well worth the money spent on it/5(34).
  7. The Gits - Frenching The Bully Album Lyrics; 1. A: 2. Absynthe: 3. Absynthe - Recorded Live @ X-Ray Cafe, Portland Oregon in June of 4. Here's To Your Fuck: 5. Insecurities - Recorded Live @ X-Ray Cafe, Portland Oregon in June of 6. It All Dies Anyway: 7. Second Skin - Recorded Live @ X-Ray Cafe, Portland Oregon in June of
  8. Like the reissue of the band's debut, Frenching the Bully, this record includes a seven-song live show, and from the sweltering version of "Crab" on, the live material seems to capture an intensity at the heart of the Gits' identity that was never quite achieved in the studio material. ~ Charles Spano, Rovi/5(21).

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