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post #31 of 92
And yet no one mention the 2 quintessential all-girl rock bands....

The Bangles and the Go-Go's
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X
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Thread Starter 
?
post #34 of 92
Some I have gotten into lately, mostly indie I guess though.

Tegan and Sara
Camera Obscura
The xx
Bat For Lashes
Neko Case
PJ Harvey
post #35 of 92
Guano Apes! She has a very versatile voice.

Her solo stuff is under her name of Sandra Nasic.

Some of it is strange, but infectious and enjoyable.
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Komeda
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Evanescence

Surprised that it have not been mentioned so far...
post #38 of 92
Baby it's You, by A Group Called Smith



Smith

The Smith version appeared on their debut album, A Group Called Smith. The single was released on Dunhill 4206 in 1969. It was their first and most successful release. This version alters the traditional vocal arrangement as performed by the Shirelles and the Beatles in favor of a more belted, soulful vocal. This proved a popular change, as the single hit #5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The Smith version has recently been used in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, part of the double-feature film Grindhouse. An a cappella version sung by Mary Elizabeth Winstead is seen on the second disc of the two-disc Death Proof Region 1 DVD special features.

1. Let's Get Together
2. I Don't Believe
3. Tell Him No
4. Who Do You Love
5. Baby It's You
6. Last Time
7. I Just Wanna Make Love to You
8. Mojaleskey Ridge
9. Let's Spend the Night Together
10. I'll Hold out My Hand
11. The Weight (Robertson,Robbie)
12. Take a Look Around
13. What Am I Gonna Do
14. Gonna Be Alright Now
15. It's a Cryin' Shame .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ........... LOL, THE FIRST OUTHOUSE ALBUM COVER IN ROCK HISTORY!

" Their second album is good too."
post #39 of 92
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?
X, as in the 24th letter of the English alphabet. There is a band called "X." Their lead singer, Exene Cervenka, is female, although some songs are sung by John Doe who is male.
post #40 of 92
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?
Last time I checked, ? was a dude. See wikipedia entry for "? & the Mysterians"

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The Motels all for one
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YouTube - Nina Hagen New York New York .................................................. ......................... This is by far the greatest of the 80s.


1,099,865 views and climbing daily
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Evanescence

Surprised that it have not been mentioned so far...
It was in an earlier post. I almost missed it as well.
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