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After the murder of singer Mia Zapata in 1993, the remaining Gits decided to make a change and formed Evil Stig ("Gits Live" backward) with Joan Jett to record an album and perform a benefit concert in 1995 to the memory of Zapata. Seafish Louisville acts as a fine example of another sort of memorial for Zapata, as it highlights her rousing, powerful voice. The album is primarily a collection of live recordings of this Seattle band, with outtakes and such sprinkled in. The music is pulsing, driving, and at times will take on a grungy, metallic taste. The final track is an instrumental, almost as if the band demonstrates the massive loss they feel personally, as well as how central Zapata was to the sound of the Gits.


Formed: 1986 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

While the Gits were a band who made a strong impression with their music during their all too brief run, it was how the group suddenly ended that would come to dominate their story. Playing a unique and passionate fusion of first-era punk, hard rock, and streetwise blues, the Gits had a sound that set them apart from their peers in Seattle in the late '80s and early '90s, when the city was hip deep in the grunge explosion. The Gits also had a fearless and charismatic frontwoman in lead singer Mia...
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