Bratmobile "Girls Get Busy"
In 2002 Bratmobile released their third album, "Girls Get Busy." The album is an expression of a band with a storied history and important body of work. On "Girls Get Busy," Audrey Marrs, (Mocket, Gene Defcon) adds keyboards that help give the album its distinctive new sound. Roadie extraordinaire Marty Violence (Young Pioneers) also contributed bass - a Bratmobile first. Allison’s lyrics are timely and critical of the current political climate with songs such as the ironic "Shop For America" and "United We Don’t," plus "Shut Your Face," which touches on the Chandra Levy disappearance. Molly steps up to the mic to sing lead on "Pagan Baby," and Erin really breaks out and goes to the next level with her incredible guitar style throughout. The record sounds like just what it is; "Girls Get Busy" is the product of an important and influential American punk band in its 11th year.
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