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Album Review

More Lovin' From Our Oven, the second compilation of singles and rarities from homocore punks Pansy Division, proves once again that their non-album efforts are just as vital and exciting as their full-lengths. This collection features more alternative versions of album songs than the first compilation, (^Pile Up), but the Pansies make it worthwhile by choosing unique renditions — "Fem in a Black Leather Jacket" and "The Story So Far" are pulled from frontman Jon Ginoli's pre-Pansy cassette demo, while "The Summer You Let Your Hair Grow Out" and "Negative Queen" are creatively reworked without the predictable jangle of Ginoli's electric guitar. There's no shortage of eclectic cover tunes this time around, as the band tinkers with songs by '70s anthem rockers Kiss ("Sweet Pain") and Judas Priest ("Breaking the Law"), as well as indie rock girl trio Maow and new wave singer Josie Cotton. As with Pile Up, the collection is impressively cohesive as Pansy Division toys with a larger variety of styles and tempos, maintaining a firm grip on the endearing and energetic pop-rock-punk sound that has always set the band apart from its Lookout counterparts.


Formed: 1991 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Fashioning themselves as the first openly gay rock band, San Francisco's Pansy Division formed in 1991 around the music of singer/guitarist Jon Ginoli and bassist Chris Freeman. Seeking a musical outlet that reflected their own subcultures and views of gay life, the bandmembers drew influences from '60s pop and '70s punk, producing a heavy, but infectious pop-punk sound and establishing themselves at the forefront of the emerging queercore movement. After signing with Lookout! Records in 1993, Pansy...
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