Music Recommendation: “Wanque Off Song” by Frightwig

BRUCE’S RECOMMENDATION OF BANDCAMP MUSIC YOU WILL PROBABLY NEVER HEAR ON THE RADIO

Music: “Wanque Off Song” from the album WILD WOMEN NEVER DIE​.​.​.​THEY JUST DYE THEIR HAIR

Artist: Frightwig

Artist Location: San Francisco, California

Info: Frightwig formed as an all-female American feminist punk band by Deanna Ashley and Mia Levin in San Francisco, California in 1982. After many line-up changes, Frightwig retired in 1994 to raise children and focus on other career paths. …

“When they first formed in 1982, Frightwig received a certain amount of attention for being female, including catcalls that made them feel it necessary to defend their “right” to be on stage with the men. On ‘A Man’s Gotta Do, What A Man’s Gotta Do’, Frightwig invited men onto the stage to strip as ‘a sexist turnaround.’ …

“Bands and performers who list Frightwig as influential include Hole, L7, Bikini Kill, and Faith No More.”

— From Wikipedia

Price: $1 (USA) for song; $7 (USA) for album

If you are OK with paying for it, you can use PAYPAL or CREDIT CARD

Genre: Punk

Wanque Off Song

Wild Women Never Die

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