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4.0 out of 5 stars amazing
'Eating Toothpaste' was the first Bratmobile song i heard... and after that... i was hooked. Upon buying the album i was more than amazed... the songs are not only catchy but they're thoughtful too. After hours of dancing around to this album... I can honestly say it's worth buying.
Published on 16 Oct 2003 by emleh

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3.0 out of 5 stars GRRRL POWER
The first thing you might notice about this album is that each track sounds eerily similar to the last. But, considering the fact that track one, Eating Toothpaste, is an energetic riproarer of a grrrl rock song, it doesn't seem to matter too much that you can expect pretty much the same from the rest of the album. Bratmobile's sound is typical of the riot Grrrl sound...
Published on 3 April 2005 by polly


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3.0 out of 5 stars GRRRL POWER, 3 April 2005
This review is from: Ladies, Women And Girls (Audio CD)
The first thing you might notice about this album is that each track sounds eerily similar to the last. But, considering the fact that track one, Eating Toothpaste, is an energetic riproarer of a grrrl rock song, it doesn't seem to matter too much that you can expect pretty much the same from the rest of the album. Bratmobile's sound is typical of the riot Grrrl sound (think snappy 90s punk with female vocals) but it lacks the edge of, say, Le Tigre or Sleater Kinney. Listening to this album you may feel as though the band have perfected one style and become a bit too comfortable with it. Don't expect many surprises between tracks one and fourteen. A bit like The Donnas, really. On the upside, Bratmobile are the quintessential Girls With Balls - this is ideal warm-up material for a messy night out. All you need now is the sex and drugs...
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars amazing, 16 Oct 2003
This review is from: Ladies, Women And Girls (Audio CD)
'Eating Toothpaste' was the first Bratmobile song i heard... and after that... i was hooked. Upon buying the album i was more than amazed... the songs are not only catchy but they're thoughtful too. After hours of dancing around to this album... I can honestly say it's worth buying.
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