Damsel Trash | Wasted $ Broke

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Wasted $ Broke

by Damsel Trash

All-frenetic punk energy with a twist of trash funk, deeply feminist, tongue-in-cheek, freak flaggery and snacks.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Queercore
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1. All Girl Band
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2. Bad Dates, Cute Dogs
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3. You're Fucking Awesome
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4. Men's Rights
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5. Viking Princess
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6. Dance Tantrum
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7. Kirsten Dunst
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8. All I Think About Is Sex (But Not with You)
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9. Scott Walker You're a Piece of Shit
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10. Can't Be in Our Band
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11. Wasted $ Broke
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12. Is Cyborg (feat. Caustic)
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Project Famous review of 'Soup for Sluts' (Damsel Trash's first record)
"Damsel Trash quickly earned a reputation for their live shows, featuring eccentric outfits and food being flung from the stage (wedding cake, oatmeal crème pies), but more importantly, their reputation speaks of highly proficient musicianship and infectiously catchy songs. Mills reveals her chops as one of Madison’s best drummers, tackling complex beats while singing lyrical tirades, all at the pace demanded by the genre. Rose effortlessly alternates between guitar and bass, meeting the needs of each song. Whichever she plays, there is no loss for the other, using bass as effectively as guitar as a lead instrument. She takes turns on lead vocals with Mills, her screechy vocals a perfect complement to her distortion-filled instrumentation.
Their live shows are full of their characteristic banter, belying the years of friendship and co-creation these women have shared. The elements that made their live shows famous translate to their recorded album, which is like having pocket-sized Damsel Trash with you everywhere you go."

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