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The Nuns – Gimme Danger (1992) Vinyl LP

Band: The Nuns

Album: Gimme Danger

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock

Label: Out Of Darkness Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 17 Tracks Vinyl LP

Early San Francisco punk band formed in 1977 by Jeff Olener, Alejandro Escovedo and Jennifer Miro.
They gained popularity opening concerts for both The Sex Pistols and The Damned in the States.

The band released three 7" singles: "Savage/Decadent Jew/Suicide Child/" (1978), "Media Control/The Beat" (1979) and "World War III/Cock In My Pocket" (1980).

The Nuns disbaned in 1980 and reunited shortly after to record their self-titled debut LP for Posh Boy, which compiled all their classic anthems in more polished versions.

Another split came shortly after, and the band members started to pursue their solo careers, rejoining forces from time to time, for example in 1986 for the "Rumania" LP, in 1989 for the "In The Shadows" 7" and "Desperate Children" CD.

Jennifer Miro (under her real name Jennifer Anderson) called The Nuns back to life at the beginning of the 2000s, moving towards a more goth rock sound. She died in December, 2011.

17 Tracks
A1 Media Control
A2 Fat Girls
A3 Savage
A4 Gettin' Vicious
A5 14 Year Old Baby
A6 Gimme Danger
A7 Suicide Child
B1 Monotonous
B2 Cock In My Pocket
B3 Human Being
B4 Confused
B5 Gettin' Straight
B6 Decadent Jew
B7 No Solution
B8 Seduction Destruction
B9 Child Molester
B10 You Bother Me

Live at Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco 1977

Released in different vinyl colours.

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