My So-Called Band | The Punk Girl Next Door

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The Punk Girl Next Door

by My So-Called Band

Equal parts late 70's punk (Clash, Buzzcocks) with early 80's punk (Husker Du, Black Flag, TSOL) with personal, literate non-sloganeering lyrics.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Anyone But Me
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2. The Punk Girl Next Door
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3. I'm Your Groupie
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4. The Weakness That Made Me Strong
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5. It Might Be June
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6. The Party Stage
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7. Homeless You
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8. Pregnant Pause
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9. Beauty Pageant Judge For Life
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10. Parents With Cooler Clothes
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11. Two Arms
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12. Tonight
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Album Notes
My So-Called Band combines the energy and enthusiasm of the best American and British punk groups from the late '70s and the early '80s.

The Charlotte, NC band formed in 1995 disgusted with the watered-down, commercial dross that "alternative rock" had become.

Deciding that the vibrant punk music of their youth was still a fresh source of inspiration they chose to carry on this music and update it with their own vision.


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Biff Jones

Killer post-punk record with tips of the hat to classic punk
Wow. what a surprise this was. A friend recommended it and it's been bopping in my CD player ever since. Buzzcocks meet the ghost of clash with social lyrics grazing the three-chord attack. Cool. Very cool.