Friday, July 23, 2010

Frightwig ~ Complete Discography posted by FRANKKUBB

Wild Womyn Never Die 1995


1. Wanque off Song
2. My Crotch Does Not Say "Go"
3. Jeri's Song
4. I Got Lost
5. Hot Papa
6. Man's Got to Do What a Man's Got to Do, A
7. Vagabondage
8. Only You
9. Take This and F*** Yer Head
10. I'll Talk to You and Smile
11. Tomorrow Never Comes
12. Something's Gotta Change
13. Beverly Hills
14. Crazy World
15. Big Bang
16. Punk Rock Jail Bait
17. Manifest Destiny
18. Booby Prize (Dedicated to Linda Lovelace)
19. American Express
20. I Don't Want to Be Alone
21. Freedom


Phone Sexy 1990

A.M.X. ''89
I Wanna Live
Public Baths
Just One Look
I Support Look
Frightwig Luvs Ya Baby!

Faster Frightwig Kill Kill 1986


crazy world
big bang
punk rock jail bait
manifest destiny
the prize
american xpress
i am here alone


Cat Farm Faboo 1984


The Wanque Off Song
My Crotch Does Not Say Go
Jeri's Song
I Got Lost
Hot Papa
A Man's Gotta Do What a Man's Gotta Do
Only You
Take This and ..
I'll Talk To You and Smile
Tomorrow Never Comes
Something's Got to Change



entry from

During Frightwig's influential history they had many line up changes. Deanna (bass) and Mia (vocals&guitar) formed the band in San Francisco in 1983 because they were bored with the cheezy male dominated rock scene and the growing number of "hair" bands. The duo were then joined by Cecilia (drums) and were now ready to kick serious ass! 1984 saw the release of their debut album 'Cat Farm Faboo' and the inclusion of an extra guitarist called Susan. Extensive touring provided an opportunity for Frightwig to gain themselves an irresistable and infamous live reputation. Their shows included the worshiping of women and the band ordering male members of the audience to dance naked (!). Described by one reviewer as "Beautiful, noisy chaos" and "loud women with foul mouths, big songs and fat attitudes". The wild women set an example that was to influence many other bands such as L7, Babes in Toyland, Faith No More and Hole. 1986 saw Rebecca replace Mia (who was pregnant) and the band recorded their second album 'Faster Frightwig Kill Kill!'. However Rebecca decided to quit due to pregnancy, followed by Cecilia who went for therapy. BUT the band were not finished yet and in 1989 Rebecca and Deanna reformed the band with a new drummer (Lyn Perko from Sister Double Happiness). They were together long enough to record the 'Phone Sexy mini album! Sadly Rebecca and Deanna joined Cecilia in the Betty Ford Center, whilst Lynn rejoined her old band. The most psychotic, beautiful and cathartic band of the 80's was dead. However their attitude, wit and determinism to break boundaries became the blueprint for the early 90's alternative scene. Courtney Love went as far as to say that without Frightwig "there would be no Hole, no Babes in Toyland no riot grrl and no PJ Harvey". Whilst L7, Bikini Kill and The Butthole Surfers have also made clear their admiration for one of the most intelligent, ferocious and provocative bands ever

Frightwig ~ Live Gilman Street 1987

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