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Thank Heaven For Little Girls reins in the disgust of Blood Guts & Pussy, as the Dwarves kick back for a celebration of pure evil. "Satan was a friend of mine," screams Blag Jesus in "Satan." This record is more musically adept, as the Dwarves add some guitar solos and '50s rockabilly swagger, but again, the band is most enjoyable when recklessly delving into their favorite subject — sex — on ditties like "F**k 'Em All," "Dairy Queen," and "Lucky Tonight."


Formed: 1983 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Short of G.G. Allin, it would be hard to name a punk rock band that went further to establish a bad reputation than the Dwarves. Playing deliberately crude, high-speed punk rock dripping with bad attitude, the Dwarves -- led by vocalist Blag Dahlia and guitarist He Who Cannot Be Named -- matched their music with lyrics that celebrated all sorts of bad behavior, and their album covers almost invariably featured full frontal nudity. Add in the band's live shows, which often lasted less than 20 minutes...
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