THE GITS- Frenching the Bully is the first full length studio album put out by The Gits. It was first released in 1992 and followed by months of touring. It was received famously in music press on both sides of the Atlantic and had the music industry buzzing about this "new" Seattle upstart punk band.
This album is raw, intense, angry, tender and passionate.
It has been out of print since 1994 and after a ten year fight with the record label that put it out, The Gits have reclaimed rights to the album and their murdered singer, Mia Zapata's musical legacy. The album has been remixed and re-mastered by producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Therapy?, Mudhoney, Supersuckers, Blue Cheer etc.) and 10 bonus live tracks have been added.
This was the album that started it all. Viva Zapata!