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What's not to like about snappy tunes titled "Kill Someone You Hate," "I Hate Music," and "Can't Get Arrested"? Former Gories mastermind Mick Collins returns to lead yet another riotous punk R&B band, with the role of vocal and guitar foil going to Terri Wahl of the Red Aunts. If the Screws aren't always as inspired in their racket as earlier Collins projects, at least the band demonstrates unique tastes in their cover song selections, from the Mad (auteurs of the aforementioned "I Hate Music") to relatively obscure Frank Zappa.


Formed: 1999

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Screws are perhaps the punkest of all the Mick Collins projects. While retaining the blues/garage/soul/R&B influences he's known for, the Screws have a harsher and more aggressive sound. Back in 1997, the Red Aunts (then on Epitaph) went to Detroit to record Ghetto Blaster with Mick Collins as their producer. As a lark, the Aunts decided to have Collins record a duet with vocalist/guitarist Terri Wahl, planting the idea for the Screws into their respective heads. Collins and Wahl called upon...
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