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The sophomore release from the queens of scuzz rock, the Red Aunts, is a dirty affair, and it has every right to be. The quartet stumbles its way through 11 sludgy songs, of which the last two are worth the short wait. Using the Black Flag and Circle Jerks song "Wasted" as a warm-up, the Aunts blast through "Smoke," a 20-second song of punk rock bliss. The album ends with "Monsterfucker-Mothertrucker," a breakneck-slow bobbin'-head song so guilty with simplicity that it appropriately borrows Johnny Cash's "hello" from the Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison album. Their punk rock ethic often results in slight material (like "Batman a-Go-Go"), but this album reveals a group growing into a great, immature outfit.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in California

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Female punk rockers the Red Aunts were a rough, raw, raunchy combo that arose during the California punk revival of the '90s. Both praised and dismissed for their garage-band amateurishness early on, the band crafted a grimy, scuzzy sound inflected with subtle strains of blues, country, and pre-Beatles rock & roll. That sound matched well with their lyrics -- the Red Aunts weren't really political or explicitly feminist; they just wanted to rock out, and many of their songs had a trashy sense of...
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