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Heartbreak 101

by The Catholic Girls

One of the most unusual songs the band has created; powerful, hypnotic, nearly orchestral in parts and hard to stop playing again and again, this piece epitomizes what the CGs are all about. Its intense, emotional, different and definitely 2010.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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The Catholic Girls were born in the 1980s when schoolgirls Gail Petersen and Roxy Andersen put their guitars together to form the first all-female band from New Jersey that would be signed to a major label. With the addition of Doreen Holmes on drums, The Catholic Girls released an album on MCA both in the USA and Australia. They embarked on 2 national tours, received widespread commercial airplay and debuted on MTV to the music of their new wave anthem Boys Can Cry.
The Catholic Girls of today, some four albums later are still spreading the gospel of rock’n roll from The Vatican to Your Garage! Recently, Little Steven’s Underground Garage featured the song Rock’nAmerica on The Coolest Songs in the World. The band’s latest CD, Airplay/Broken Record, released on Cinema Records, and recorded at Roxy’s Room Studios in Zuma Beach, is being played on radio, internet, and in clubs around the world. Along with the new single release, Grounded, the two songs are available through CDBaby, ITunes, and Amazon.
The sound of the band is powerful rock with a new wave/punk influence, strong melodies, intense lyrics, driving guitars, pounding drums, and great female vocals. Maybe there was a time when The Catholic Girls set out to prove they could play with the boys. But in 2010 The Catholic Girls prove again and again that they can break all the rules and rock the pants off anyone, anytime, anywhere!



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Another new track from this versatile band. This tune is sort of a cross between Split Enz and Jefferson Airplane (and I'm over-simplifying) , with a great arrangement. The bass is used to a more prominent extent than I've heard from them before, in tandem, at times, with the lead guitar. Great vocals, especially just before the break. The 30--second preview here doesn't even begin to do the song justice. I think that, once burned to a CD, this will result in a lot of "Repeat" loops. One of their best (and that's saying a lot!)