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Today is Tomorrow's Yesterday

by The Friggs

Trashy pop garage girl bands
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come Now
3:00 $0.99
2. Dance of Love
2:38 $0.99
3. Shake
2:55 $0.99
4. Wild Love
2:31 $0.99
5. Bad Word for a Good Thing
2:49 $0.99
6. Friggs Theme
2:08 $0.99
7. Born 2 Make U Cry
3:13 $0.99
8. You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It)
2:52 $0.99
9. Conestoga Nova
3:14 $0.99
10. Mama Look At Me Now
2:40 $0.99
11. Juiced Up
3:34 $0.99
12. Mama Blew A Hoody
2:22 $0.99
13. Cheatin' Song
3:21 $0.99
14. Drag Around
3:04 $0.99
15. Girl Power
2:31 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Troggs + the Fugs + the Shaggs = THE FRIGGS

Collected singles from one of the 90’s fave rockin’girl bands!

The Friggs, a trashy, smashy and ultimately charming female mod-rock collective, play rock & roll the way Russ Meyer intended it to be. Over the course of the early '90s, the band released several singles including the classics "Bad Word for a Good Thing", "Juiced Up", “Shake” (recently featured in the movie “Superbad”) and the 10” EP “America's Only Rock & Roll Magazine Parody," with a perfect mockup of an old Creem magazine cover. All these are included here on “Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday” along with a few unreleased basement demos!

Hear what the kids are saying:

“I like the beat!”, Anita Smoke (15, Philly, PA)

“You can frug to it”, Patti O’Furniture (16, Brooklyn, NY)

“Makes me wanna F@*&!”, Phil McCrackin (17, Collingsweird, NJ)

“You will be pleasantly amused.” Rick O’Shea (45, mom’s basement, FL)



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Today is tomorrow's yesterday
AWESOME CD!!!!!!!!! All their amazing singles compiled on one disc. I had their Rock Candy CD already and this is just as good!

Ken Lawrence

What girl power and wild love sounds like
one of the great undiscovered NY rock bands is found here. if you like Palmyra in Santamarias your fall in wild love with the Friggs. Yeah you'll be rolling on the floor screaming for more so get this new goodies bag Today!

Henry R. Kujawa

BAD attitude-- GREAT music!
I have to laugh at the cover on this release. The Friggs have been one of my favorite bands since I first saw them in Oct'95, and this long-overdue compilation of singles finally came out during their "OUT OF RETIREMENT" tour in 2008. During the show I went to, the band's leader (and lead guitarist) Palmyra Delran mentioned that they should be able to get home in time to see "The Golden Girls". Just in case anybody's not sure-- that photo is NOT of the band!!!

TODAY IS TOMORROW'S YESTERDAY collects ALL of the band's releases from 1991-95, prior to the album ROCK CANDY. This includes 4 singles, 1 4-song 10" EP, and the song that appeared on a 4-song EP that came free with an issue of CARBON 14 magazine. Plus, 2 extras-- "Drag Around" and "Girl Power", which looks to me like it was probably planned as the follow-up single to "Juiced Up", except lead singer Jezebel (who sings lead on EVERY SONG here!) quit the band in Dec'95.

Most of 1996 was spent auditioning new lead singers (as well as drummers, as Kami also quit not long after Jez), and I got to see the new line-up in Oct'96. 5 months later, ROCK CANDY appeared ("and there was much rejoicing"). While that disc had Palmyra singing lead on 3 songs, and Suki Von Trapp on 1, the rest were all by the new girl, Lexy Plumm. I'll be honest-- I ADORED her from the moment I first saw her onstage. And she had a powerful voice. But on the songs where they replaced Jez' voice with hers, in every case, the originals with Jez were better. And you can here them ALL here!!

My favorite include "Shake" (the Shadows Of Knight song, also covered by Philly's Mondo Topless), "Wild Love" (a quiet, moody piece, possibly Jez' best vocals ever), "Conestoga Nova" (Jez shows off her love for instrumental SURF music), "Born 2 Make U Cry" (a POWERFUL tune which really shows off Petula Wilde's bass playing, which reminds me of a Cessna airplane engine), "Mama Blew A Hoody" (a hilarious "ode to parental abuse"), and best of all, "Juiced Up", which builds and builds in power all the way thru to its explosive crescendo. I once told Palmyra the only place that belonged was at the finale of a live show; nothing else could really follow it!

I was thrilled to see the band reunite after their break-up in late 2000, especially since Palmyra managed to get both Jezebel AND Petula to come back after so long. Jez has put on a lot of pounds, but thankfully it hasn't affected her voice. And Palmyra, she looks the same as the day I first met her! Rock & roll must be good to her.

If you like loud rock & roll, and girl bands who PLAY loud rock & roll, you NEED this in your collection. BADLY!!!

Gary Wood

Yeah, baby
The Friggs got the goods! If you don't like this, you don't like music. I like this very much. Ummo go play it right now.

Randy L. Boone

my grandma was the first true frigg
this was quite possibly the funnest live band ever. i had most of the stuff on here on old 7 and 10"ers, but to have everything collected is swell indeed. "conestoga nova" is one of the coolest songs ever, and i love "mama blew a hoody" still too. my only regret is that the chicks never laid down "cherry bomb" for posterity's pleasure. small price to pay. buy this cd, or i'll kick yer ass.