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After spending a few months touring with The Pixies, Kim Shattuck was dismissed for having too much stage presence. Back with her own band, The Muffs, Shattuck is in the driver’s seat where she belonged all along. The bump-up in public profile hasn’t changed her a bit, and Whoop Dee Doo—the first new Muffs studio album in 10 years—features exactly the hard guitar-sweet pop that’s always been her forte. Bassist Ronnie Barnett and drummer Roy McDonald are a solid, unassuming rhythm section that provide home base for Shattuck’s emotionally gripping songs. Her screams in “Take a Take a Me” are as passionate as her lead vocals are raw and real, offering up an unmitigated joy that’s been at the core of great rock ’n’ roll since the days of Little Richard. Songs such as “Weird Boy Next Door,” “Like You Don’t See Me,” “Cheezy,” and “I Get It” feature classic pop-rock moves with Shattuck providing a female perspective that’s honest, smart, and playful. The melodies are strong, and the guitar riffs are ready to make air guitarists out of the average listener. 

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10 years, worth the wait!

It's been 10 years since The Muffs last record "Really Really Happy" which was also really really good. Time machines don't exist, but there is such a nostalgic feeling with this record I feel transported to a simpler time of 3 or 4 chords, melodic, catchy, raw and real songs. Thank you Kim, Ronnie and Roy!!!

Big Welcome Back

So good to hear new material from The Muffs. If you're a long time fan, you won't be disappointed. If not, check it out. Many years back, I saw 'em on a tiny stage, in a tiny bar, in Va. Beach. They played like they in The Garden. Great attitude and friendly to all fans afterwards.


Nearly 20 years after their debut album the Muffs can still punch you in the ear with excellent tunes! Kim scream like a chainsaw and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The new album is fantastic. “It makes me Happy."


Formed: 1991 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Fusing big guitar riffs, pop hooks, fast tempos, and an attitude that sways between sweet and snarky, the Muffs are a pop-punk band from Los Angeles led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Kim Shattuck. The Muffs' story begins in the late '80s, when Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen were members of the Los Angeles garage band the Pandoras; under the direction of group founder Paula Pierce, the Pandoras began to evolve from garage rock revivalists into a metal-influenced hard rock act. Shattuck left...
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