She Mob

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Right in the Head

Posted by on May 1, 2014

Right in the Head

It’s here!┬áRight in the Head – twelve tracks of unmitigated She Mob. What was the lead-up to this incredible happening? She Mob, on a seemingly never-ending hiatus, was reformed when Karry Walker (Ultralash, The Hollywood Laundrette) gave Joy (Sue) a call and said, “She Mob should reform, and I’ll play bass if you’d like.” Or words to that effect. Soon...

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Not In My World

Posted by on Sep 10, 2005

Not In My World

“Of the newer records below, the longest and noisiest and artsiest, by the lady-led Oakland trio She Mob, is also the catchiest and funniest. How often does that happen? Of the older stuff, the Residents are probably noisier and artsier, but only the Rezillos are catchier and funnier.” – Chuck Eddy, “Eddytor’s Dozen,” Village Voice, October 20, 2005 “The...

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Turn To Chocolate

Posted by on Nov 15, 2001

Turn To Chocolate

“Reckless and spirited, She Mob recalls the days when wit and determination were treasured commodities in the punk community. Remember The Raincoats? The Pastels? She Mob stands in good company. – John Chandler, Portland Tribune, December 14, 2001 “They’ve tweaked their special brand of synthesized garage-pop so that it alternates between clangy Shirelles harmonies, Le...

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Cancel the Wedding

Posted by on Jan 1, 1999

Cancel the Wedding

“Three women in wigs shout their shouts and tell their weird, unassuming tales.” – Robert Christgau, “Honorable Mention” Pazz & Jop Poll, Village Voice, March 1, 2000 “As with such modest, cutting 1980s UK punk combos as Delta 5, women singing like people having real conversations. Increasingly funny, vehement, distracted conversations.” –...

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