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The Unforgiving Sounds of...
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Vancouver s meanest, toughest, sexiest bad-girls stomping — out a raunchy, angst-fueled mix of rockabilly, rock n roll, — and even a warped, rootsy touch of country. Check out Neko — Case (she played drums and also sang on th... more »
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Vancouver s meanest, toughest, sexiest bad-girls stomping
out a raunchy, angst-fueled mix of rockabilly, rock n roll,
and even a warped, rootsy touch of country. Check out Neko
Case (she played drums and also sang on this album) before
she went off to make pop history with Her Boyfriends and
The New Pornographers!
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Fun stuff from the young Neko Case
Joe Sixpack -- Slipcue.com | ...in Middle America | 12/06/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Twangcore diva Neko Case's first band cranked out loud, cowpunky grrrly pop-punk which ain't quite as raspy as you might imagine. Pretty bouncy and melodic, as a matter of fact. The songs are all pretty short and to the point - and the point usually has something to do with casual sex with someone who needs to be ditched ASAP... This fits into a long line of brash, punkier-than-thou chick rockers, from the Pleasure Seekers on down to L7, the Raunchettes, Bratmobile and the like. The band wears its sneery distain on its sleeves, and even though the songs are catchy, after a while the subject matter seems a bit same-y. Neko's country leanings are clear fron the word go, what with a gnarly cover of Wanda Jackson's "Mean Mean Man", and various other twang-ish numbers. Cool record... it's the kind of thing you might outgrow pretty quickly, but if you're in the mood, this totally rocks."
Neco Case and her girlfriends...
Joe Sixpack -- Slipcue.com | 01/13/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is Neco Case's (Neco Case and her boyfriends, The New Pornographers) first band from canada. A little Rockabily, a little Country, a little punk, a little amazing! Angry girl sort of stuff, mix the runaways, patsy cline, and the stray cats..."
Joe Sixpack -- Slipcue.com | 06/25/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I was expecting this to lean more toward rockabilly than punk. Even for punk it's pretty amateurish musically. Neko has the best voice of the 3 Maow-ers but her singing has vastly improved since this came out. Skip this and get her more recent stuff."