L7 Wargasm: The Slash Years 1992 - 1997
CD Jewel case

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CD 1:
1. Wargasm
2. Scrap
3. Pretend We're Dead
4. Diet Pill
5. Everglade
6. Slide
7. One More Thing
8. Mr. Integrity
9. Monster
10. Shitlist
11. This Ain't Pleasure

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Bonus Tracks:
12. Pretend We're Dead (Edit)
13. Lopsided Head (B-Side)
14. Used To Love Him (B-Side)
15. Freak Magnet (B-Side)

CD 2:
1. Andres
2. Baggage
3. Can I Run
4. The Bomb
5. Questioning My Sanity
6. Riding With A Movie Star
7. Stuck Here Again
8. Fuel My Fire
9. Freak Magnet
10. She Has Eyes
11. Shirley
12. Talk Box
Bonus Tracks:
13. Baggage (Live)
14. Punk Broke (My Heart) (B-Side)
15. Stuck Here Again (Edit)
16. Interview (B-Side)

CD 3:
1. The Beauty Process
2. Drama
3. Off The Wagon
4. I Need
5. Moonshine
6. Bitter Wine
7. The Masses Are Asses
8. Bad Things
9. Must Have More
10. Non-Existent Patricia
11. Me, Myself & I
12. Lorenza, Giada, Alessandra
Bonus Tracks:
13. Guera (B-Side)
14. Worn Out (B-Side)
15. Drama (Piss Off Version)


L7 originally formed in Los Angeles in 1985 when Suzi Gardner (guitar, vocals) and Donita Sparks (guitar, vocals) joined forces with Jennifer Finch (bass, vocals). An all female band in a traditionally male-dominated, often sexist rock arena, L7 were happy to court controversy through spirited, occasionally infamous live performances, whilst playing songs often infused with humour as much as bite and bile. Through Read more [...] Rock For Choice they proved to be a band with a sociopolitical conscience too. Having emerged from LAs art punk scene, their music was a mixture of hard rock, alternative rock and punk rock, but they are arguably most synonymous with the grunge movement of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Releasing their self-titled debut on Epitaph Records (home of The Offspring and Bad Religion), their grunge credentials were cemented by the release of second record "Smell The Magic" on Seattles Sub Pop, some-time home for many grunge lynchpins, including Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney, among many others.


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