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Violent Femmes is the debut album by Violent Femmes. Mostly recorded in July 1982, the album was released by Slash Records on vinyl and on cassette in April 13, 1983, and on CD in 1987 with two extra tracks "Ugly" and "Gimme the Car".
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Violent Femmes : American Music,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Band Name Violent Femmes. Album Name American Music. Type EP. Data de aparición 1991. Labels Slash Records. Estilo MusicalFolk Punk. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Saber más. Other productions from Violent Femmes.
American Music:Violent Femmes. Artist: Violent Femmes. Album: Why Do Birds Sing? Appears On (Mixes): De Revrum's Crash Course In De Muzikum Educatchum. Song Notes: It's funny, because I like the Violent Femmes quite a bit, but I rarely listen to the records anymore. I remember that this one was a pretty good record, even though I think it's one a lot of folks tend to slag off a bit. Ah well, though.
This is the discography of Violent Femmes, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based alternative rock group, which consists of eight studio albums, nineteen singles, four live albums and four compilation albums, in addition to a number of miscellaneous appearances on soundtracks and compilations featuring various artists. This list does not include solo material by any of the bands' members.
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Violent Femmes. The Violent Femmes are an alternative rock band, formed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States in 1980. The band originally consisted of Gordon Gano (vocals, guitar), Brian Ritchie (bass), and Victor DeLorenzo (drums), with Guy Hoffman replacing DeLorenzo following his departure starting in 1993 and up until his return in 2002.
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Engineer – Susan RogersMixed By – Eric "E.T." Thorngren*Producer – Michael BeinhornProducer [Additional] – Violent Femmes
|B||Good Feeling (Live, 2002)||4:35|
- Art Direction, Design – Jean Krikorian
- Written-By – Gordon Gano
NotesLimited edition of 3,000.
Sides listed as 'Side V' and 'Side F.'
'American Music' from 'Why Do Birds Sing?'
'Good Feeling (live 2002)' recorded live at Rhino, Los Angeles, CA, 6/14/02, around 2:30PM, first issued as a hidden track on 'Permanent Record: The Best Of Violent Femmes.'
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- Barcode: 0 8122 73162 7 3
|LASH 29, 869 414-7||Violent Femmes||American Music (7", Single)||Slash, London Records||LASH 29, 869 414-7||UK||1991|
|K10415||Violent Femmes||American Music (7", Single)||Slash, Liberation Records||K10415||Australia||1991|
|869 414-7||Violent Femmes||American Music (7", Single)||London Records||869 414-7||Germany||1991|
|LASCD 29, 869 415-2||Violent Femmes||American Music (CD, Single)||Slash, London Records||LASCD 29, 869 415-2||UK||1991|
|LASHX 29, 869 415-1||Violent Femmes||American Music (12", Maxi)||Slash, London Records||LASHX 29, 869 415-1||UK||1991|