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Going by their name, one would have the impression that The Shitbirds are a straight up, punked out, drunken obnoxious garage band that aspiring to be the next GG Allin and the Murder Junkies. On the contrary, Famous Recording Artists is a handy collection of snotty, female fronted punk that has an element of early 80's influence as well as hints of melodic pop — but only a little for the later. On top of their array of the aforementioned, there are a number of covers that range from "Not of This Earth" (Angry Samoans) "Beef Bologna"(Fear) and "There Was a Time"(The Hard-Ons) that showcases where The Shitbirds got their sound from. Nice for anyone who appreciates a band that keeps in touch with their punk rock roots as this is also convenient for the avid Shitbird fans who had a hard time keeping up with their vinyl collection.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

The charmingly named Shitbirds didn't last long, but the Los Angeles-based trio are important to fans of French pop chanteuse April March; these early '90s pop-punkers featured the delectable March as their lead singer under her real name, Elinor Blake. Blake's first recordings were made in New York in the late '80s as part of the girl-group pastiche the Pussywillows, but the Shitbirds started in 1991 after Blake moved to Los Angeles to work as an animator for Spumco, the company that produced the...
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