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An integral part of the Lower East Side scene that also spawned Swans and Unsane, Pussy Galore emerged in the mid-'80s and built up a loyal cult following with a potent blend of noise rock, raw blues, freeform punk, and hard drugs. Pussy Galore released one cassette (a cover of The Stones' Exile on Main Street), various seven-inches, three EPs, and three albums before disbanding to embark on projects like Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Boss Hog, and Royal Trux. Right Now! was originally released in 1987 and showcases Pussy Galore's explosive, take-no-prisoners style, with 19 songs (most of them less than two minutes) overflowing with savage, treble-heavy riffs, minimalist percussion, and yelled vocals. Hugely influential if commercially overlooked, the band's super-rough, no-b.s. sound still impresses 25 years later. Check out "Biker Rock Loser," "White People," "Punch Out," and "Really Suck."

Biography

Formed: 1985 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Pussy Galore didn't invent noise rock, but they did change the way many musicians approached the notion of transforming chaotic noise into music. Early on, most bands that embraced noise as an aesthetic either had an arty world-view, a philosophical axe to grind, or some combination of the two. Pussy Galore, on the other hand, simply embraced godawful racket for the hell of it, laying out willfully primitive and technically ragged music drawn from '60s garage punk, gutbucket blues, and several generations...
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