Four CDs. 90 track set exploring the work of female artists in the decade following the punk explosion. From household names and legends - Alison Moyet, Toyah, Kirsty MacColl, Nico, Tracey Thorn, Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry, Pauline Murray, Sinead O'Connor, Tracey Ullman, Cosey Fanni Tutti - to underground figureheads and unsung pioneers. Spanning the genres - from the punk howl of X-Ray Spex and the NWOBHM stylings of Girlschool to Cosey Fanni Tutti's post-TG electronica, the experimental dub of Vivien Goldman and the the High Street pop of Bananarama. Featuring ninety of the most remarkable female artists, all-girl bands and female-fronted groups to have recorded in the UK during the decade spanning 1977-1987, irrespective of genre and commercial success, Make More Noise proudly explores the breakthrough of countless pioneering women of the era. Of course, hugely successful female pop stars were nothing new in 1977, but this isn't their story. This is the story of the everyday artist. The jobbing, gigging, working musician. The independent spirt. Hardback book format includes over 14,500 words of sleeve-notes (including artist-written pieces) and introductory essay by Lucy O'Brien.
Four CDs. 90 track set exploring the work of female artists in the decade following the punk explosion. From household names and legends - Alison Moyet, Toyah, Kirsty MacColl, Nico, Tracey Thorn, Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry, Pauline Murray, Sinead O'Connor, Tracey Ullman, Cosey Fanni Tutti - to underground figureheads and unsung pioneers. Spanning the genres - from the punk howl of X-Ray Spex and the NWOBHM stylings of Girlschool to Cosey Fanni Tutti's post-TG electronica, the experimental dub of Vivien Goldman and the the High Street pop of Bananarama. Featuring ninety of the most remarkable female artists, all-girl bands and female-fronted groups to have recorded in the UK during the decade spanning 1977-1987, irrespective of genre and commercial success, Make More Noise proudly explores the breakthrough of countless pioneering women of the era. Of course, hugely successful female pop stars were nothing new in 1977, but this isn't their story. This is the story of the everyday artist. The jobbing, gigging, working musician. The independent spirt. Hardback book format includes over 14,500 words of sleeve-notes (including artist-written pieces) and introductory essay by Lucy O'Brien.
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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 09/25/2020
UPC: 5013929109902

Make More Noise: Women In Independent Music Uk
Artist: Make More Noise Women In Independent Music Uk
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Oh Bondage Up Yours! - X-Ray Spex
2. Turn My Motor on - Kirsty MacColl
3. Lucky Number - Lene Lovich
4. Hidden from History - Bright Girls
5. Dream Sequence I - Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls
6. Bored Housewives - Androids of Mu
7. White Mice - Mo-Dettes
8. Ee-I-Adio - Hazel O'Connor
9. Violence Grows - Fatal Microbes 1
10. Old Tart's Song - Poison Girls 1
11. Plastic Flowers - Devil's Dykes 1
12. Diet - Au Pairs 1
13. Don't Dictate - Penetration 1
14. Food - the Chefs 1
15. Kid - Pretenders 1
16. Typical Girls - the Slits 1
17. Love and Romance - Spoilsports 1
18. Body and Soul - the Passions 1
19. Take It All Away - Girlschool 2
20. You Do - April and the Fools 2
21. Motorway - Emma Sharpe 2
22. Bird in Flight - Toyah 2
23. Pumping Iron - the Flatbackers 2
24. Brute Fury - Lora Logic 2
25. I Hate Being in Love - Amy and the Angels 2
26. Ruder Than You - the Bodysnatchers 2
27. Saeta - Nico 2
28. Guilty Dub - Honey Bane 2
29. Private Armies - Vivien Goldman 3
30. Small Town Girl - Tracey Thorn 3
31. Self Defence - Ova 3
32. Been Teen - Dolly Mixture 3
33. Stuck - and the Native Hipsters 3
34. Fast Boyfriends - Girls at Our Best 3
35. Aie a Mwana - Bananarama 3
36. You're My Kind of Climate - Rip, Rig ; Panic 3
37. Black and Blue - the Selecter 3
38. Your Your Lay Lay - Pragvec 3
39. Everybody Thinks Everybody Else Is Dead Bad - the Skodas 4
40. Money - the Mockingbirds 4
41. Normal - the Petticoats 4
42. In the Ruins of Your Body - Real Insects 4
43. Rebel - Teezers 4
44. Negative Conversation - the Objeks 4
45. It's a Fine Day - Jane 4
46. Such Is Life (FT John Lacey) - Cosey Fanni Tutti 4
47. Winter Kills - Yazoo 4
48. I Wish - Pink Industry 4
49. No One's Little Girl - the Raincoats 5
50. The Boiler - Rhoda with the Special Aka 5
51. Jimmy's Grin - Margox 5
52. Speak No Evil - Cocteau Twins 5
53. Nothing You Say - Grab Grab the Haddock 5
54. They Don't Know - Tracey Ullman 5
55. We Are Ninja - Frank Chickens 5
56. It's Only Money - Chantage 5
57. Drum Beat for Baby - Weekend 5
58. She Is So - a Craze 5
59. A Place in the Sun - Marine Girls 6
60. Dear Marje - the Gymslips 6
61. Crush - the Twinsets 6
62. Government Policy - the Expelled 6
63. Dying Man - the A-Heads 6
64. Living in a Coffin - Lost Cherrees 6
65. Black Sheep - Vice Squad 6
66. Young Too Young Girl - Rhythm and Faith 6
67. Pale Yellow - Two 6
68. X X Sex - We've Got a Fuzzbox... And We're Gonna Use It 6
69. Son of a Gun - the Vaselines 7
70. Go Away - Strawberry Switchblade 7
71. Don't Go Away - Talulah Gosh 7
72. Burning Oil - Skeletal Family 7
73. Ballad of Miss Demeanour - the Flowers 7
74. You Don't Know - Rote Kapelle 7
75. Belle Vue - Miaow 7
76. Crash (Demo) - the Primitives 7
77. Sign on the Line - the Fizzbombs 7
78. All Day Long (Slow Version) - Shop Assistants 7
79. Comin' Home Baby - the Delmonas 8
80. If I Die - Biff Bang Pow! 8
81. Protection - Joolz 8
82. Just a City - Voice of the Beehive 8
83. Spin (Flexi Version) - Darling Buds 8
84. Mandinka - Sinéad O'Connor 8
85. Toy - the Heart Throbs 8
86. There's a Good Time-A-Comin' - Wilderness Children 8
87. It Makes Me Realise - Go! Service 8
88. Feels Like It's Love - Makin' Time 8
89. Wood Song - the Fabulous Dirt Sisters 9
90. Libera Me - Cagliostra

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Four CDs. 90 track set exploring the work of female artists in the decade following the punk explosion. From household names and legends - Alison Moyet, Toyah, Kirsty MacColl, Nico, Tracey Thorn, Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry, Pauline Murray, Sinead O'Connor, Tracey Ullman, Cosey Fanni Tutti - to underground figureheads and unsung pioneers. Spanning the genres - from the punk howl of X-Ray Spex and the NWOBHM stylings of Girlschool to Cosey Fanni Tutti's post-TG electronica, the experimental dub of Vivien Goldman and the the High Street pop of Bananarama. Featuring ninety of the most remarkable female artists, all-girl bands and female-fronted groups to have recorded in the UK during the decade spanning 1977-1987, irrespective of genre and commercial success, Make More Noise proudly explores the breakthrough of countless pioneering women of the era. Of course, hugely successful female pop stars were nothing new in 1977, but this isn't their story. This is the story of the everyday artist. The jobbing, gigging, working musician. The independent spirt. Hardback book format includes over 14,500 words of sleeve-notes (including artist-written pieces) and introductory essay by Lucy O'Brien.