Pussy Galore – Press

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Uncut: Album by Album (PRESS, UK)2018.10.19
Bob Bert – I’m Just The Drummer (BOOK, US) 2018.00.00
NME: Your Record Store Day Shopping List (PRESS, UK) 2014.04.19
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion / Heavy Trash / Boss Hog / Pussy Galore - Ruta 66: El Regreso de JSBX (PRESS, SPAIN)
SCAN: Spanish-language interview (8 Pages).
2012.03.00
Crawdaddy.com: "Jon Spencer: Before and Beyond The Blues Explosion" [INTERVIEW] (PRESS, US)
TEXT: "While his brawny onstage persona certainly precedes him, Jon Spencer is, perhaps not surprisingly, a humble, organic dude with all the right artistic intentions."
2011.04.09
You Should Have Heard Just What I Seen (PRESS, US) 2010.12.21
Uncut: Ch-Ch-Changes (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: Two-page article with a series of photographs with commentary from Jon Spencer
2010.11.28
(Jan 2011)
Q: 1001 Songs To Download Now - My Playlist By Beck (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: Ten songs chosen by Beck, includes Pig Sweat by Pussy Galore.
2010.06.12
We Never Learn: The Gunk Punk Undergut, 1988-2001 (BOOK/DOWNLOAD, US)
COVER + INFO / TRACK LISTING
2010.06.01
MagnetMagazine.com: Q&A with The Blues Explosions Jon Spencer (PRESS, US)
Q&A with Jon Spencer covering most of his history
2010.05.17
Michael Lavine / Thurston Moore - Grunge (BOOK, UK)
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2009.09.02
The Peel Sessions (BOOK, UK)
COVER ONLY
2007.11.04
Goodbye 20th Century: Sonic Youth... (BOOK, UK/US)
COVER ONLY
2007.09.00
2008.05.00
Rough Trade. (BOOK, UK)
COVER ONLY
2006.08.30
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (BOOK, US)
COVER ONLY
2006.00.00
CBGB OFMUG: Thirty Years From The Home of Underground Rock (BOOK, US)
2005.07.01
N.Y.C. Rock (BOOK, UK)
"Originally hailing from Washington, DC, and relocating to New York in the 1980s, Pussy Galore was a no-wave-influenced outfit that for five years terrified club audiences with a noise-rock assault that took no prisoners."
2003.01.31
Record Collector: Pussy Galore (PRESS, UK)
EXTENSIVE ARTICLE (TEXT) "In the post-Nirvana era, it's hard to imagine the revolutionary nature of bands like Pussy Galore, but at the time American audiences (and later English ones, too) were wooed by Spencer's new take on blues and rock, and more importantly were blown away by the pure eneergy and ferociousness of the band when they performed live."
2000.04.00

Ruta 66: Live: In The Red [Review] (PRESS, SPAIN)
1998.04.00
Mute Press Release: Biog From August 1987 (PRESS, UK)
TWO PAGE PRESS RELEASE (TEXT): "Pussy Galore formed in Washington DC in September '85. Jon Spencer (vocals and guitar), is the primary songwriter and claims as his musical influences, 60's garage bands and industrial music. Julia Cafritz (guitar and vocals) is originally from DC and met Jon at university which they both ultimately left to pursue fame and fortune."
1998.03.00
Mute Press Release: Dial 'M' For Motherfucker (PRESS, UK)
ONE PAGE PRESS RELEASE (TEXT): "Why Dial 'M' for Motherfucker? What's up with this new "high-tech, can-do", accessible Pussy Galore? Accessible my ass! This is one of the hardest records ever made! People have listened to it and gone blind! This is the record that broke up the band!"
1998.03.00
Mute Press Release: Re-Issues (PRESS, UK)
ONE PAGE PRESS RELEASE (TEXT): "The fact that the band consisted of future members of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Boss Hog, Royal Trux and Free Kitten amongst others, shouldn't matter to you unless you are obsessing over that stuff. We don't encourage such behaviour, thank you very much."
1998.03.00
Details: Funky Big White Noise [2100 WORDS] (PRESS, US)
"Growing up in the '70s in Hanover, New Hampshire, Jon Spencer was a polite kid too scared to watch horror movies. ten years after that, he was a Brown dropout living in Washington, D.C., with his band, Pussy Galore watching trash movies and horror films all night long."
1996.12.00
V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion / Pussy Galore - Noise From The Underground: A Secret History of Alternative Rock (PRESS, US)1996.11.20
BB Gun: Pussy Galore '86 [Article] (PRESS, US)
TEXT: Very short article with some rare photos.
1995.00.00
RUTA 66: Pussy Galore - Cronincas De Suiedad / Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Baad Vibrations!!!! (PRESS, SPAIN)
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1994.12.00
Gene Simmons / Paul Stanley - Alternative Press: Mystery Date (PRESS, US)
SCAN
1994.07.00
Fiz [#5]: All Roads Lead To Spencer: A Historic Look At The... [3400 Words] (PRESS, US)
TEXT: "Fiz: Is it true that one of the reasons you guys decided to leave Washington DC was because of the Ian MacKaye song? Jon: No, we left DC for other reasons. I mean we were having trouble with the band in DC. "
1993.03.00
Pussy Galore - Ruta 66: Corpse Love [Review] (PRESS, SPAIN) 1992.05.00
Ruta 66: Historia De La Musica Rock [Review](PRESS, SPAIN)
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1990.07/08
Melody Maker: News (PRESS, UK)
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1990.05.12
Melody Maker - Revolution Summer: Historia De La Musica Rock [REVIEW] (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: ""(Do) The Snake", it's the second most appalling song ever commited to vinyl"
1990.05.12
Historia De La Musica Rock (PRESS RELEASE, UK)Historia De La Musica Rock (PRESS RELEASE, UK
SCAN
1990.05.08
Historia De La Musica Rock (PRESS RELEASE, US)Historia De La Musica Rock (PRESS RELEASE, US)
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1990.00.00
Interview: Dirt (Magazine, US)Interview: Dirt (PRESS, US)
COVER ONLY
1990.05.00
NME: Paw Little Rich Kids (PRESS, UK)NME: Paw Little Rich Kids (PRESS, UK)
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Pussy Galore - Flipside: Bob Bert, Spills It All (PRESS, US) Flipside: Bob Bert, Spills It All (PRESS, US)1989.00.00
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever: Sugarshit Sharp / Chart (PRESS, US)1989.00.00
Bob: Whole Lotta Love / Stoned To Death [Review] (PRESS, US)1989.10/11
Ruta 66: Manhattan Holocaust / Dial 'M' For Motherfucker [Review] (PRESS, SPAIN)1989.07/08
NME: Paw Boys [1600 Word Article] (PRESS, UK)
ARTICLE/INTERVIEW (TEXT): "They're New York City's most mean and ,lowdown dirty grunge rockers and everything they do has to be bigger, bolder and more gut-wrenching than all that's gone before. Forget about lineat progression - leave that to lesser gods like Live Skull, Lunachicks et al - these cartoon nihilits give new meaning to the term haphazard, positively drippig with sexual frenzy and asshole imagery."
1989.06.17
NME: Shag Frenzy [Dial 'M'... Review] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "What's most impressive however is 'Dial M's' lack of any genuine feeling. One can draw comparisons with Kraftwek in its allegiance to mechanised emotion: synthesised ghosts without the aid of keyboards. Everyone's always talking about passion and commitment in rock (and this is resolutely rock, even if unhinged) but PG just erase all that guff..."
1989.05.13
Record Mirror: Dial M ['Dial 'M'... Review] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Dischordant chords, fuzzy guitars, industrial beats on bits of metal, groans, miscellaneous loud noises and growly, gruff vocals; the singer scounding like a man with his guitar stuck in his mouth and, understandably, rather annoyed about it."
1989.05.13
Party Line [Dial 'M'... Review] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "CACOPHONOUS. Look, I realise this will come as no suprise or problem to anyone who has stumbled across Pussy Galore's subsonic primal thurst, but that's what it is. Cacophonus. From the anguished bored-rich-kids yowling in the playground..."
1989.05.00
Dial 'M' For Motherfucker  [PRESS RELEASE] (PRESS, US)Dial 'M' For Motherfucker [PRESS RELEASE] (PRESS, US)
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1989.04.00
Dial 'M' For Motherfucker  [PRESS RELEASE] (PRESS, UK)Dial 'M' For Motherfucker [Press Release] (PRESS, UK)
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1989.04.00
Ruta 66: Interview (PRESS, SPAIN)
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1989.02.00
Ruta 66: Sugarshit Sharp (PRESS, SPAIN)Ruta 66: Sugarshit Sharp (PRESS, SPAIN)
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1989.01.00
Sniffin' Rock: Interview (PRESS, UK) Sniffin' Rock: Interview (PRESS, UK)1989.00.00
Pussy Galore / Das Damen - Melody Maker: Greyhound, London (REVIEW, UK)
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1988.12.31
NME: Mean Fiddler review (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT): "FORGET THE convor-belt mentality and face up to the facts: using the latest fancy gadgets and acoutrements doesn't automatically make you contemporary or a late '80s innovator. It's a question of attitudes and your relationship with the past."
1988.12.03
Sounds: Mean Fiddler review (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT): "Chief garage mechanic, Jon Spencer, is still wearing the flesh-coloured lame shirt featured on the album cover that should long-since have been banished to the laundrette. He and sulky Juicy Cafritz scream and swear like animated graffiti and, with only Bob Bert's petrol tank rattling to offset the guitars..."
1988.12.03
NME: Chart (PRESS, UK)
[Photocopy of Chart]
1988.12.03
Melody Maker: Chart (PRESS, UK)
[Photocopy of Chart]
1988.12.03
Fool's Mate: Interview (PRESS, JAPAN)1988.12.00
Observer: John Peel Purrs Over The Scratch and Bit of Pussy Galore (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Pussy Galore played a vicious street brawl of a set, leaving the impression that the band pursue a musical scorched-earth policy in the hope that the traditions on which they base their impressive music can never be used again."
1988.11.27
Sounds: Six Ways To Skin A Cat [FEATURE/INTERVIEW] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Pussy Galore recently returned from a triumphant outing to Japan, a minor miracle of an achievement for the avowed noise terrorists. Getting your boney rock ass into Japan is a tricky business and Pussy Galore are the first of the current US loft noise brigade to sling their guitars around in the land of the rising yen."
1988.11.26
Splayed Alive [Live review of Mean Fiddler show] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Jon's guttural vocals, mixed six times under the PA system, have a perfect counterfoil in the other two guitarists and Julia's traumatic presence. And, just when you think its all too much, in comes Julia with a thrusting microphone welter, Jon throws his guitar off, and we start all over again."
1988.11.00
Sounds: One lump or two? [Sugarshit Sharp Review] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Drums stampede in all directions; guitars fuzz Cramps-style and are castrated mercilessly and the vocals sound like they've been dragged backwards through a loudhailer. And yet, Pussy Galore are steeped in rock 'n' roll tradition; they have just chosen to disfigure their heritage. "
1988.11.19
Melody Maker: Insanity Claws [1700 WORD ARTICLE] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "Pussy Galore are undeniably and unenviably individual at present, not art enough to be considered alongside Sonic Youth, no dumb enough to be deemed metal and too trad to be elevated alongside The Young Gods, they remind me of The Birthday Party when they first started out - there's the same monochrome dimension, but they lack the melodrama..."
1988.11.12
Sugarshit Sharp Review (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT) "DIG THIS garage trash groove. Pussy Galore have been rummaging around the dustbins of all their idols: New York Dolls. Scientists, 'Sister Ray', and more musty unreleased basement tapes than I'd like to contemplate. The result is 'Sugarshit Sharp', an abominable conglomeration of gutter level references and second-hand scumball styling. This, I want you to know, is a Good Thing"
1988.11.00
Pulsebeat: Right Now! (REVIEW, US)Pulsebeat: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): The band, that industrialists and pig fuckers can agree on, and trash vampires and feedback fiends and lowlife scum and Metal studs and puncks and druncks and Spoonie Gee fans.
1988.11.00
Buttrag: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Although Pussy Galore aren't a novelty anymore (i.e. they've been famous for more than a year), they still need to be heralded for being the only real rock-n-roll band kicking today."
1988.11.00
Forced Exposure: Right Now! (REVIEW, US)Forced Exposure: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "After the stench and blood had been rinsed w/Southern Comfort, Pussy Galore found themselves born and immediately started crawling toward NYC. Let Freedom ring."
1988.11.00
Sugarshit Sharp: Melody Maker (REVIEW, UK)Melody Maker: Sugarshit Sharp (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (SCAN). "Pussy Galore are a critics' band. In a very specific sense: I've always thought of them as a kind of Lester Bangs..."
1988.11.05
Pussy Galore - Sugarshit Sharp (PRESS RELEASE, US)Pussy Galore - Sugarshit Sharp (PRESS RELEASE, US)
SCAN
1988.10.31
Melody Maker: News (ARTICLE, UK) Melody Maker: News (PRESS, UK)
VERY SHORT NEWS ITEM ABOUT TOUR DATES (SCAN):
Pussy Galore are in Britain for a series of dates to follow the release of a new mini-album "Sugarshit Sharp"
1988.10.29
Daily News (ARTICLE, US) Daily News (ARTICLE, US)
VERY SHORT NEWS ITEM ABOUT ARTWORK (SCAN): "With its blaring, non-rhythmic barrage of noise, the lower East Site band Pussy Galore has offended plenty of folks. But now it has had to hold up the release of the six-song EP "Sugarshit Sharp"..."
1988.10.17
 Pussy Galore - New York Times (ARTICLE, US) New York Times (PRESS, US)
ARTICLE ON A FESTIVAL FEATURING A MENTION OF PUSSY GALORE (LARGE SCAN)
"The Galore group, which will be performing tomorrow at Big Kahuna, has been playing together for three years and is one of the New York Scene's main attractions. It's latest album, "Right Now""
1988.09.00
Melody Maker: Manchester Boardwalk [REVIEW] (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: "New Yorkers Pussy Galore are yet another one of those groups who induce much knicker-wrtting and can do no wrong."
1988.03.05

Spex: Ein Zustand des Dazwischen (PRESS, GERMANY)
Two-page German language feature.
1988.03.00
Stadt Münster: We Want More - Pussy Galore! (PRESS, GERMANY)1988.02.06
Ruta 66: Teen Pussy Power (PRESS, SPAIN)
SCAN
1988.02.00
Die Gestiefelte Muschi (PRESS, GERMANY)
SCAN
1988.01.00
Next Big Thing: Loadsa Pussy (PRESS, US)
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1988.00.00
Augenblick - Issue 5: Interview (PRESS, JAPAN)
IMAGES ONLY: Features Pussy Galore interview by Supernatural Organization.
1988.00.00
Artforum: Speaker to Speaker (ARTICLE, US)
ARTICLE (SCAN): "What do you do?! a 60ish businessman asked me 'I'm a rock critic," I said "My son's in a punk band." he said, throwing his arms wide: "'Fuckfuckfuckfuckfuckfuck'" And that's what Pussy Galore say. By now such spew ought to be a..."
1988.00.00
London Student: Mean Fiddler (PRESS, UK)
LIVE REVIEW (TEXT):"Even harsher and more grating live than on vinyl, a host of two-minute guitar blasts fly out from the stage like sheet metal, as dangerous and essential as any of their influences."
1988.01.23
NEW (ARTICLE, UK) NME: Total Hot Babe-Dom [2000 Words] (PRESS, UK)
ARTICLE: "Last night we were onstage, and it was like people were screaming and stuff, thrashing around - I don't know, it's like my initial reaction is that a gut-level indifference kicks in. Just like we're trying to act blase or something."
1988.01.30
Cashbox: Talent on Stage (PRESS, US)
LIVE REVIEW (SCAN): "Both the Gibson Bros. and Pussy Galore play brutish, plug-ugly, and pathetically ploddy grunge-noise as offensive celebration, or celebration of the offensive."
1988.01.30
City Paper: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "NYC's Pussy Galore does just that, with fanged frontman Jon Spencer chainsawing 19 no-tech, brain damaging stompes which plumb Cro-Magnonman's primal urges"
1988.01.29
Sounds: Mean Fiddler [11 January 1988] (PRESS, UK) Sounds: Mean Fiddler [11 January 1988] (PRESS, UK)
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1988.01.23
Sounds (ARTICLE, UK)Sounds: East Side Exiles (PRESS, UK)
ARTICLE ON PUSSY GALORE (LARGE SCAN): "On my way to interview Pussy Galore I'm listening to their inimitable version of 'Exile On Main Street' (yup, the whole of it) on my Walkman. As it all begins to get a bit too hairy I remove the headphones. It's then I notice a little trickle of pus dribbling out of my right ear..."
1988.01.23
NME: Mean Fiddler (REVIEW, UK) NME: Mean Fiddler (PRESS, UK)
LIVE REVIEW (LARGE SCAN):"Groovy News: Last summer I called up this American guy, deaf in his left ear, and asked "What's goin' on?" He said "Pussy Galore".
1988.01.23
NME: News/Gossip Mention (PRESS, UK)
VERY SHORT MENTION ON THE NME NEWS/GOSSIP PAGE (TEXT): "Pussy Galore were delighted to be canned off by an otherwise ecstatic crowd at London's Mean Fiddler venue last week, for only playing a 15 second encore.".
1988.01.23
Mean Fiddler, Harlseden: Melody Maker (REVIEW, US)Melody Maker: Mean Fiddler, Harlesden... (PRESS, UK)
LIVE REVIEW (LARGE SCAN): "Pussy Galore are a mutation of R&B (their customary metal percussive device is, in fact, borrowed from The Mutoid Waste Company)."
1988.01.23
 Village View: Locked In The Garage (ARTICLE, US)Village View: Locked In The Garage (PRESS, US)
PROFILE OF PUSSY GALORE (LARGE SCAN): "Take Pussy Galore, for instance. Critic Greil Marcus raved about them last summer in no less a publication than Artform, hailing them as "an attack on self-criticism with the crudest tools."
1988.01.22
Pop Gun: Bob Bert Interview (PRESS, GERMANY)Pop Gun: Bob Bert Interview (PRESS, GERMANY)
Three-page German language interview
1988.01.00
Viel Larm Um Nichts (PRESS, GERMANY)Viel Larm Um Nichts (PRESS, GERMANY) 1988.00.00
City Limits (PRESS, UK)
SHORT MENTION (TEXT): "'You Look Like A Jew' is a pretty average example of the wit and wisdom of Washington DC Thrash band Pussy Galore. In the twiglet zone between art and the arsehole, PG are the polite(r) younger cousins of GG Allin."
1987.12.29
Voice: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
RIGHT NOW! REVIEW (SCAN): "And they say young people have no ideals. I mean, all these postdadaists want is to provide the forbidden visceral thrill of rock and roll at the moment they snatch it away as an impossible fake..."
1987.12.29
Observer: Releases [Right Now! Review] (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW; VERY BRIEF MENTION (TEXT): "Fellow New Yorkers Pussy Galore deliver a comprehensive collage of the last 20 years of garage music in 20 'Uptight' fragments that take pleasure and power from railing at the mainstream. "
1987.11.08
Mapp: F*ck Groovy Hate (PRESS, US)
ARTICLE (SCAN): "I was trying to draw a bead on how I felt about these records from Pussy Galore and Big Black when i came upon the following quote from the late rock critic Lester Bangs..."
1987.11.00
The Rocket: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): In the early '60s, parents were confronted with the challenge: Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone? The Beatles, of course, were the good boys and the Stones were the bad bays.
1987.11.00
Conflict #46: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Some records just batter you from cut to cut to the point where you can't begin to imagine how any of the songs..."
1987.11.00
Phfudd!: Right Now! (REVIEW, US) Phfudd!: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Most people who don't know better seem to dismiss PG and all those NYC hard-gunch groups"
1987.11.00
Sunday NY Times: Rock: Sonic Youth At Cat Club (PRESS, US)
BRIEF MENTION IN LIVE REVIEW (SCAN) Pussy Galore uses three guitars, each contributing a different range of textures and a distinctive rhythm attack, along with Bob Bert's unusual drumming, which combines trashcan sounds with swing and precision.
1987.10.25
NME: Great Balls of Fur (PRESS, UK) 1987.10.10
Village Voice: Rip This Joint (ARTICLE, US) Village Voice: Rip This Joint (PRESS, US)
ARTICLE (SCAN): "Now Pussy Galore, you could make a case that they're one more bunch of psychedelic/'60s college kids cashing in on cheese from the past; name comes from Goldfinger..."
1987.10.08
Public News: Shredding Myths (PRESS, US)
INTERVIEW (SCAN): "Pussy Galore has become one of the more important bands to emerge from the new head-slamming school of American guitar/noise bands. Punk is dead, and bands like Sonic Youth, Big Black, Butthole Surfers, and Pussy Galore reaffirm our faith in the shear power and strength of rock music with their dissimilar but equally assaulting sounds."
1987.10.07
Catalogue: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Recording techniques certainly aren't the most valuable ways of passing on ambient information but I would have liked to witnness the session when Right Now was recorded somewhere in New York [sic]"
1987.10.00
Disaster: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): This LP is like taking your radio to a planet with only cool radio stations and setting it on auto-scan. The songs are short to match your attention span.
1987.10.00
Abacus: Right Now! (REVIEW, US) Abacus: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Everything on acid from A to Z. They give the impression of a chainsaw rubbing over the Cramps and the Stooges."
1987.10.00
Hyper-Tension: Right Now! (REVIEW, US)  Hyper-Tension: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Altho certain people still have a vocabulary that starts w/Snc Yth and ends w/Lv Skll when it comes to this band, I say they are NOT the latest purveyors of Lower E. Side noise tradition..."
1987.10.00
Dangerous Rhythms: Right Now! (REVIEW, US)  Dangerous Rhythms: Right... (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (SCAN): The immediacy of the title certainly goes hand in hand with the urgency of the tunes here, and also how soon you should persue this if you haven't done so already"
1987.10.00
Melody Maker: Interview (ARTICLE, UK) Melody Maker: Thrash Thrash [Interview] (PRESS, UK)
INTERVIEW (TEXT): "Pussy Galore on the other hand are bleary. Headlong. The animal product of low ceilings."
1987.10.31
NME: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT): "Pussy Galore are the perfect blueprint for tomorrow's ugly world. Their attitude stinks and I love them for it. Chances are you will too."
1987.09.26
Melody Maker: Right Now! Review (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT): "a thrash, but by no means a monotone. It's a compendiu, of junk scratches, with every rusty tool in the garage brought into play. They sound prostate, woozy, about to screw up or slam their instruments and stalk off and die"
1987.09.26
Underground: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
SHORT REVIEW: (TEXT): "Right Now! is a thunderous guitar battle, like thrash played by drunks and acid heads. You'll hate it, or you'll "get high", as they say, too. Wacks."
1987.09.00
Independent LPs [Chart] (PRESS, UK)
CHART (SCAN): Showing Right Now! at number 12
1987.09.00
Hot Metal: Right Now! (REVIEW, UK)Hot Metal: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
RIGHT NOW! REVIEW (TEXT): "These scabby wretches from NYC (via DC) aim straight at your large intestine..."
1987.09.00
NME: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (SCAN)"From beyond the valley of the New York Dolls slink Pussy Galore, a band so GREBO that you'll want to swallow them down in one big ball of fur... be careful of the claws that catch, one might snag in your throat and make you gag."
1987.09.26
Rockpool: Right Now! (PRESS, US)
REVIEW (TEXT/SCAN): This Pussy Galore isn't the femme fatale James Bond met; if it had been, Bond would still be recovering. Pussy Galore, Right Now! is an aural onslaught that leaves you exhausted by happy.
1987.09.25
Melody Maker: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (SCAN): "Right Now!" is a thrash, but by no means a monotone. It's a compendium of junk scratches, with every rusty tool in the garage brought into play. They sound prostrate, woozy, about to screw up or slam their instruments and stalk off and die..."
1987.09.19
Sounds: Right Now! (PRESS, UK)
REVIEW (TEXT): "So just how deep is the Big Apple’s scuzz pit and how much longer will it be before we finally hit the nauseous residue that lies at the bedrock of post-no wave, post-reality NYC? Or have we already reached it with Pussy Galore, the gnarliest..."
1987.09.19
Reflex: Pussy Galore (PRESS, UK)
RIGHT NOW! REVIEW (TEXT): "In the two years of Pussy Galore's existence, I've been hurled through a frightening deja-vu history lesson. Unlike any I've had in school, this was the origin and evolution of the twisted side of Rock 'n' Roll. I don't mean to say that Pussy Galore has shed any light on the old, typically banal arguments of who did what first."
1987.08.00
Voice: Kitty Litter (ARTICLE, UK)Voice: Kitty Litter (PRESS, UK)
ARTICLE ABOUT CANCELLED SHOW (SCAN/TEXT) The band that’s tried harder than George Michael to get censored finally has, Pussy Galore is banned from Hoboken – for a show, at least – since postering around Maxwell’s last week."
1987.08.11
Vanity Fair: Ivy League Rockers (PRESS, US)Vanity Fair: Ivy League Rockers (PRESS, US)
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1987.01.00
V/A feat. Pussy Galore - Greed: The Next Sigue Sigue Sputnik? (PRESS, US) Greed: The Next Sigue Sigue Sputnik? (PRESS, US)
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1987.00.00
Butt Rag: Offending No One (PRESS, US) Butt Rag: Offending No One (PRESS, US)
SCAN
1987.00.00
WDC Period: Interview (PRESS, US)WDC Period: Interview (PRESS, US)1986.00.00
Conflict #42: Open Wide (PRESS, US)
TEXT: "Yeah, the whole second wave of Dischord bands completely fizzled. Rites Of Spring broke up, Dag Nasty were broken up for a while. Embrace broke up, Beefeater were split up. Last year you had that whole Revolution Summer thing but they never really carried it anywhere, it just fell on it's face. A real joke. So what's with you review of the single? It's like a review of Tom Smith! I mean, the whole thing's like "here's Tom Smith's record"."
1986.08.00
Groovy Hate Fuck (PRESS, RELEASE) 1986.06.00
Feel Good About Your Body EP [Review] (PRESS, US)1986.00.00
DC Scene Report (PRESS, US) 0000.00.00
Münstersche Zeitung: We Want More - "Pussy Galore"! (PRESS, GERMANY)
Hardcore-Anarchos metzelm sich durch di Hirne
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Flashy 60's Extremism (REVIEW, US) Flashy 60's Extremism (PRESS, US)
LIVE REVIEW (SCAN): "the group is firmly lodged in a high-speed, imaginary version of British Invasion."
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It's All Over Now (ARTICLE, US)It's All Over Now (PRESS, US)
ARTICLE (LARGE SCAN). " See that asssmoke rising. Hear the funny belly burning. Genius needs your burning clientele."
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