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    from Spin.com:

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    Remastered 1986 release arrives on April 20

    Record Store Day 2013 (April 20) is a day to appreciate many things: vinyl LPsdrum machinesindependent record shops, and Pussy Galore.

    The late-'80s slop-rock outfit is reissuing 1986's charmingly titled Groovy Hate **************** EP as anRSD exclusive. The upcoming 12-inch vinyl was remastered from the original recording session tapes under the supervision of Pussy Galore frontman (and future Blues Explosion leader) Jon Spencer. Groovy Hate **************** was first self-released by the band on their Shove Records label, just before they migrated from Washington, D.C. to New York City. As per the reissue's official announcement, the EP finds Pussy Galore "at their most noisy, most bratty, most screaming, most guitar feedbacking, most metal crashing, and most extreme."

    Pussy Galore previously reissued their debut EP, 1985's Feel Good About Your Body, as a 7-inch vinyl for Record Store Day 2012.

    Groovy Hate **************** EP track list:

    1. "Teen Pussy Power"
    2. "You Look Like a Jew"
    3. "**************** Tease"
    4. "Just Wanna Die"
    5. "Dead Meat"
    6. "Kill Yourself"
    7. "****************************"

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    • Malcolm Ramone
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      Brutal record! My copy has the fist single tracks on it too. I wish there was a cd version, haven't even seen my turntable in a few years! -Adam












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