The Period Pains has to be the best name ever for any all female band, no matter what genre. If there was ever a genre called "tantrum punk," these four women could definitely lead the way.
Just 17. Artist: Period Pains. Album: Period Pains: BBC Sessions - EP, 1998. Has been played on. Canada 1.
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Therefore we also love everything about Period Pains. They are four teenage girls and therefore unquestionably punk rock, despite being called Felicity, Chloe, Laura. and Magda and coming from Reading. Without even hearing these records, journalists and media figures in their 30s are jumping up and down in excitement. Youth! Energy! Excitement!
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Period Pains were a British all-female indie punk band formed in 1996. They achieved notoriety in 1997 after releasing the single "Spice Girls (Who Do You Think You Are?)", a play on the Spice Girls single title.
BBC Sessions (Cocteau Twins album). BBC Sessions is an album of BBC studio recordings by the band Cocteau Twins released in 1999 by Bella Union in the UK and Rykodisc in the US. The album spanned the band's career from the early 1980s through the 1990s. Much of the first disk was taken from a series of early 1980s Peel sessions.
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