|Artist:||Death Valley Girls||Added:||Jan 2019|
|Label:||Suicide Squeeze Records|
|Add Date:||2019-01-22||Pull Date:||2019-03-26|
|Week Ending:||Mar 24||Mar 17||Mar 10||Feb 24||Feb 17||Feb 10||Feb 3||Jan 27|
|1.||Sep 22, 2022:||Down in the Basement
|4.||Sep 02, 2021:||Magnetized Toner (rebroadcast from Jul 29, 2021)
|2.||Sep 15, 2022:||Down in the Basement
Born Again And Again
|5.||Jul 29, 2021:||Magnetized Toner (rebroadcast from Mar 12, 2019)
|3.||Apr 28, 2022:||Magnetized Toner (rebroadcast from Mar 12, 2019)
|6.||Jul 14, 2021:||Totally A (rebroadcast from Feb 1, 2019)
Disaster (Is What We're After)
Like: The Coathangers, L.A. Witch, Ty Segall, Bully, Priests, Swearin'
Play: 2, 3, 8
1.More Dead (2:35) - Memorable guitar riff clicks in with a tom-heavy drumbeat.
2.(One Less Thing) Before I Die (1:36) - Song for the adrenaline junkies - high in volume, and bass.
3.Disaster (Is What We're After) (3:37) - Vocal distinct vibrato along with sax backed singalong chorus.
4.Unzip Your Forehead (3:44) - Plenty of psychedelic swirls.
5.Wear Black (3:02) - Excellent garage rock rush.
6.Abre Camino (4:42) - Slower tempo which draws attention to a haunting, repetitive melody.
7.Born Again and Again (3:47) - A moodier tone to the upbeat and raw punk sound.
8.Street Justice (2:40) - Straight forward rocker with some excellent axe-work.
9.Occupation: Ghost Writer (3:20) - Cymbal heavy, riff loaded, and saturated in a sweaty glamour.
10.TV in Jail On Mars (5:47) - Breathy and dreamlike vocals are repeated along a comforting bass line.
|1.||More Dead||6.||Abre Camino|
|2.||(One Less Thing) Before I Die||7.||Born Again And Again|
|3.||Disaster (Is What We're After)||8.||Street Justice|
|4.||Unzip Your Forehead||9.||Occupation: Ghost Writer|
|5.||Wear Black||10.||Tv In Jail On Mars|