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The Violent Femmes: The Violent Femmes

Review by Bill Holdship, Creem, October 1983

ROMANTIC AND SEXUAL frustration have long been central themes in rock, and Gordon Gano – the Violent Femmes' 20-year-old singer, songwriter and guitarist – seems ...

Violent Femmes: Hallowed Ground (Slash/London)

Review by Mat Snow, NME, August 1984

MILWAUKEE IS Dullsville by any other name, so little wonder that the three superbuskers who comprise The Violent Femmes munch upon the tastiest feast Americana ...

Violent Femmes: Femme-Inism

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, March 1986

It seems that the Violent Femmes, American outer-limits oddballs of note, are getting heavily into fish and wah-wah pedals. Sandy Robertson went along to find ...

Violent Femmes: Dangerous Visions

Interview by Andy Gill, NME, March 1986

The VIOLENT FEMMES are, in deed, weird fish. Bagpipers, Bolan and Wild Billy Burroughs all seem to stagger blindly into their orbit. ANDY GILL herein ...

Violent Femmes: The Blind Leading The Naked

Review by Ira Robbins, Creem, June 1986

TWO LINES ON Violent Femmes' wrenchingly raw, largely acoustic debut album stand unequalled in the rock 'n' roll hall of fame for forthright candor in ...

Violent Femmes: Why Do Birds Sing? (Slash/Reprise)

Review by Jon Young, Spin, July 1991

VIOLENT FEMMES have long carried on the proud tradition of rockin' cool jerks without inspiring the respect accorded fellow geeks David Byrne and Jonathan Richman. ...

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