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Album Review

The first song, "All Women Are Bitches," opens up 36C with an angry roar about the frustrations of getting screwed over by a husband. The music is upbeat and falls into the comparison of L7 and early Hole, but it doesn't fully represent this band even if it was their most well-known song. The rest of this CD has more of a laid-back feel to it without crossing over into cutesy indie-pop territory. Some tracks on here stand out like the ultracatchy "Don't" and "Donna," but unfortunately, a lot of this falls into the "heard it all before" category.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

This Canadian rock group formed around 1980, first performing under the name Second Unit, then later switching to Fifth Column. Members were all female and preferred not to use their last names when it came to the press, using only an initial instead. The reason was listed as something like female power and not using a name that was passed down to daughters from fathers. During the group's lifetime, the lineup for Fifth Column went through some changes, like most groups. Along the way, members included...
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