Introducing Jungle Studs from San Francisco, CA, featuring members of Dead Kennedys and Flipper. This is their one and only LP, released 1986 on Alternative Tentacles VIRUS 51.
1. All The Girls In The World 00:00
2. Can You Feel It 03:20
3. Coming Down The Track 6:02
4. Beloved Infidels 8:55
5. I Want (To Stop It Now) 12:34
6. Stella 17:27
7. Ma Baby 20:12
8. Modern Times 23:54
9. Delusion 27:13
10. Carry On 30:52
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Now based in Brooklyn, the band started making waves in Toronto in 2005 when original members Kiyomi McClosky (lead vocals and guitar) and Laura Petracca (vocals and drums) formed the group and came out with their first self-financed EP.
Since then, Hunter Valentine has released three full-length albums. Working with such producers as Greg Nori (Sum 41, Iggy Pop), Julius “Juice” Butty (Alexis on Fire, City and Color, Protest the Hero), and Ian Blurton (The Weakerthans, Amy Milan, Cursed, Lowest of the Low). Their blatant disregard for a typical girl-group sound has garnered them international attention. The girls’ success has taken them on tour around the world and back, opening for such artists as Sum 41 and Cyndi Lauper.
With even greater accomplishment on the horizon, Hunter Valentine has solidified their lineup in 2014. The band now has the ability to shake any audience to its core. The group will be featured on VH1’s Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project in July 2014 and will be releasing their fourth full-length album shortly thereafter. The band has paved their own way in the realm of edgy female performers.
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