Various Artists / Grlz
Album: Grlz   Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists   Added:Sep 2005
Label:Crippled Dick Hot Wax!  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2005-10-02 Pull Date: 2005-12-04
Week Ending: Dec 4 Nov 20 Nov 13 Nov 6 Oct 30 Oct 23 Oct 16 Oct 9
Airplays: 1 1 2 1 3 4 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 30, 2019: deep storage
I Heard It Through The Grapevine
4. Oct 04, 2015: Breakaway Bluff
Mind Your Own Business
2. Dec 06, 2015: Breakaway Bluff
Fade Away, Mind Your Own Business
5. Jul 06, 2013: Fried Egg
Mind Your Own Business, Softness
3. Oct 11, 2015: Breakaway Bluff
Katz Rap
6. Apr 21, 2013: Hot Air Balloon Lane
Mind Your Own Business

Album Review
Sadie McFarlane
Reviewed 2005-09-26
(coll) – GRLZ (Crippled Dick Hot Wax)
Reviewed by Sadie O., 9/26/05
Wild girls of the 70’s and early 80’s; punk, aggro. Not always great vocals, but generally cool beats and definitely bad attitudes. Let’s hear it for the grlz! Everything under 4 minutes, mostly pretty minimalist production, but great for shaking your ass or pogoing to.
I couldn’t hear any FCC, but the singing goes by so fast! (10 might be construed to be iffy subject matter by boring normal people.)
I like 5 and 9, but them’s my girls, yo! It’s all great stuff, and it’s really all up to individual taste –everyone will find something to like.
1. 3:50 *instruments come in one by one, upbeat funk with screams. Great bass and horns, very basic production. Punk was great, cause you didn’t need to be able to sing!
2. 3:09 electronic whistles, tunes and bloops (sound like real drums, though, midtempo), sexy spoken and whispered vocals
3. 3:49 **trumpet intro, midtempo loping, cool bass, very “Beat” jazzy feel, cool man, cool!
4. 3:10 **midtempo slinky syncopation, pretty vocals (sounds a bit like Sade, to be honest), interesting male harmonies
5. 3:59 ***Slits Slits Slits! Crazy insane cover, what do you expect? Pure punk – don’t expect totally on-key singing
6. 3:49 *dubby as hell reggae cover, reverb and really stoned vocals
7. 3:12 *rubber band guitar, straight-ahead midtempo beat, angry monotonal vocals sometimes in unison and sometimes a “round”, jangly Gang of Four-esque guitar solo
8. 2:51 **funky rubber band guitar, fast beat, crazy jazz, cool finger-snapping chick talk, long fade at end
9. 3:02 ***great fast drums, inimitable Anabella vocals, guitars don’t come in until 45 seconds, but you don’t miss em cause the drums and Anabella are so fucking hot. GO!!!!
10. 2:46 hey, she can actually sing – no fair! Uptempo, thick production, kinda swingy. Spoken break exhorting us to gay and multi-partner sex
11. 2:56 *low key piano/high-hat groove, until you get to the whinnying. Other than that, cool vocals. Kinda jazzy, kinda disjointed
12. 3:37 *quiet intro, pretty vocals, no beat until a minute in, then rather punkish with lots of bass. Full horn section comes in around 2 minutes, song builds until long fade at end

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1. Maximum Joy Stretch
2. Dorothy Softness
3. Rip, Rig And Panic Storm The Reality Asylum
4. Anna Domino Zanna
5. Slits I Heard It Through The Grapevine
6. New Age Steppers Fade Away
7. Delta 5 Mind Your Own Business
8. Jajaja Katz Rap
9. Bow Wow Wow C-30 C-60 C-90 Anda!
10. Ludus Breaking The Rules
11. Rip, Rig And Panic Sunken Love
12. Nicolle Meyer Nowhere By Mir