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The Only Reason I Came To Itunes

Was to buy this ep. I wouldn't have if not for this. For all the "kiddies" out there bashing this band I must wonder what grade you are in. Coz for a vet of the old school punk scene (meaning the late 70s into the mid 80s) bands like Radio Berlin and PGMG along with a few others are a nice refreshing splash on an otherwise dried up, spent, redundent ripoff scene That most would refer to as "punk" or whatnot. Let's look at the ripoff 90s revival "hardcore" scene for a nice "for-instance". Whats nice about bands like PGMG to the future senior citizen class is that while they have (what is so sadly refered to as) the "post punk" sound, they bring about their own vision, fitting into a type of genre yet not ripping off anyones sound in the process. It's sad to see so many people who probably really think that blink 182 & green day are "punk" bands rip on PGMG, it just shows a sever lack of knowledge on what was the punk scene and ethic in the 1st place. Makes me happy I'm older.

Best Band Name Ever!!!

This band has one of my favorite band names, and it only gets better the more you listen to the music!

Oh, Those Girls...

Pretty Girls.. 1) Kick @$s 2)Sing Pretty 3) RAWK 4)Make Graves 5)And make you want to buy their music ... SO DO IT!


Formed: 2001 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Named for either the Smiths song or a line from Kerouac's The Dharma Bums, Seattle, WA's Pretty Girls Make Graves began touring the country only months after the Murder City Devils, which Derek Fudesco also played bass in, called it quits. During the summer of 2001, Fudesco started writing songs with friends Andrea Zollo (whom he played with in Death Wish Kids), ex-Bee Hive Vaults members Nathen Johnson and Nick DeWitt, plus Kill Sadie's Jason Clark. Their first release, a self-titled, four-song...
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