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DISC: 1

1. Look For Me Baby - Goldie ; The Gingerbreads
2. Love Seems So Hard To Find -
3. Debbie Williams ; The Unwritten Law
4. Melvin - The Belles
5. Thou Shalt Not Steal - Glenda Collins
6. Quite A Reputation - The Chymes
7. Glad All Over - The Rums ; Coke
8. Come See Me - Sandy Edmonds
9. Boy, What'll You Do Then - Denise 1
10. The Rebel Kind - The Chicks 1
11. I Don't Know Why - The Wrongh Black Bag 1
12. Nothing Can Go Wrong - The Bea's 1
13. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place - 1
14. The Debutantes 1
15. Piece Of You - She 1
16. Stardust Come Back - Girls Take Over

More Info:

Limited 180gm transparent violet vinyl LP pressing, with a swanky inner sleeve sporting a fact-filled 4,000-word track commentary and an array of rare photos. A collection of guitar-wielding all-girl bands, drop-dead female frat rock, garage girls and axe-centric she-pop from the 60s. 14 hot nuggets, each one hand-picked with vinyl lovers in mind. Features a bevy of genuine all-girl bands - namely Goldie & the Gingerbreads, the Debutantes, the Belles, the Rums & Coke, Girls Take Over, and She, all of whom give their male counterparts a good run for their money. Some of the other girls receive help from male colleagues. Glenda Collins, for example, is backed by producer Joe Meek's favoured house band the Outlaws featuring guitarist Richie Blackmore; Merseyside ex-pat Sandy Edmonds is accompanied by the Pleazers, New Zealand's answer to the Pretty Things; and teenage trio the Chymes are supported by the Turtles.