L7 (1992) --> Grunge


After two well-received albums for revered indie
labels (Epitaph and Sub Pop), the all-female rock
group L7 signed with Reprise Records amidst the
grunge boom of the early 1990s. The band's major-label
debut, BRICKS ARE HEAVY, finds the Los Angeles-based
quartet running with its newfound opportunity,
and enlisting Nirvana producer Butch Vig
later of Garbage) to shape its punk-influenced
"riot grrl" aesthetic into a bigger, more formidable sound.

L7 - Bricks Are Heavy (1992)

1. Wargasm
2. Scrap
3. Pretend We're Dead ----> YouTube Video
4. Diet Pill
5. Everglade
6. Slide
7. One More Thing
8. Mr. Integrity
9. Monster
10. Shitlist
11. This Ain't Pleasure

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1 comentários:

Anônimo disse...

thanks for that HS !!
grunge not dead !!

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