8/10 Clinton Staff review, 11 January 2013
From what I can gather this is/was a French all women band from the turn of the 2000s (was it really so long ago?). Presumably this is some kind of reissue thing and as such sits between curio and historical document. They have a churning sound with alternately shouted/squealed vocals that is one part Kleenex and one part Huggy Bear.
The lead track could really have come out some time in 1979, its rudimentary, spindly production is exactly of the era. All the tracks, though, are shot through with a punk energy - a snarling whirling aggression that negates the need for any particularly musical progressions. It’s all there in the raw power of the performances.
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