L7 wasn't just one of the best all-female bands of the late '80s and '90s; they were one of the best bands, period, paving the way for the grunge and riot grrrl movements with killer songs, crunching riffs, and badass attitude. And their 1994 masterpiece Hungry for Stink is arguably their best and most consistent record, featuring such fan favorites as 'Fuel My Fire' and 'Andres,' along with 'Shirley,' their tribute to drag racer Shirley Muldowney, and 'Questioning My Sanity,' which unflinchingly tackles the subject of depression. Our Real Gone reissue includes the lyric sheet that came with the original (and very rare) LP release.
L7 wasn't just one of the best all-female bands of the late '80s and '90s; they were one of the best bands, period, paving the way for the grunge and riot grrrl movements with killer songs, crunching riffs, and badass attitude. And their 1994 masterpiece Hungry for Stink is arguably their best and most consistent record, featuring such fan favorites as 'Fuel My Fire' and 'Andres,' along with 'Shirley,' their tribute to drag racer Shirley Muldowney, and 'Questioning My Sanity,' which unflinchingly tackles the subject of depression. Our Real Gone reissue includes the lyric sheet that came with the original (and very rare) LP release.
848064012337

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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 07/30/2021
UPC: 848064012337

Hungry For Stink
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $27.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Andres
2. Baggage
3. Can I Run
4. The Bomb
5. Questioning My Sanity
6. Riding with a Movie Star
7. Stuck Here Again
8. Fuel My Fire
9. Freak Magnet
10. She Has Eyes
11. Shirley
12. Talk Box

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L7 wasn't just one of the best all-female bands of the late '80s and '90s; they were one of the best bands, period, paving the way for the grunge and riot grrrl movements with killer songs, crunching riffs, and badass attitude. And their 1994 masterpiece Hungry for Stink is arguably their best and most consistent record, featuring such fan favorites as 'Fuel My Fire' and 'Andres,' along with 'Shirley,' their tribute to drag racer Shirley Muldowney, and 'Questioning My Sanity,' which unflinchingly tackles the subject of depression. Our Real Gone reissue includes the lyric sheet that came with the original (and very rare) LP release.