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This was Klymaxx's second and final Solar album, and they got even louder and more assertive and confrontational than on their debut. The title track was a clever outing, although it got a little too cute in spots. But "Meeting In The Ladies Room" was a huge hit, and the group seemed on its way as a viable alternative to standard women's vocal groups. None of them were exactly great instrumentalists, but they got mileage out of being guitarists, keyboardists, and drummers as well as singers.

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Pretty Good

Klymaxx released 2 albums on the same year, their debut album should be released in 1980 instead of 1981 (just to avoid any confusion what so ever). Anywhoo, this album is pretty good, not bad at all.

Just to be clear

This album was the FIRST album recorded on the SOLAR label

An example of R&B/Funk at it's best....

I've always thought this was Klymaxx's best album. It had that early 80's 'organic' Solar Records sound that was hot, and the vocal and musical arrangements are top-notch. This album wasn't a commercial smash, but musically, I think it and "Girls Will Be Girls" are both far superior to their later recordings on MCA.


Formed: 1979 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s

All-female band formed in 1979 by producer/drummer Bernadette Cooper, guitarist Cheryl Cooley and keyboard player Lynn Malsby. The original lead vocalists were Lorena Porter Shelby and Joyce "Fenderella" Irby, who later left for a solo career. In 1990, the group became a trio, with Shelby, guitarist Cheryl...
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