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Strange and wonderful alternative pop
Final release, happy (1991)
The blackgirls' section of Wikipedia's entry on Dana Kletter
Highly individual—Rasputina is about the only one I can think of. (Neile)
Strange, quirky, emotive, highly individual music with a sense of humorous bitterness. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
Eugenia Lee—guitar, vocals
This album is strange, individual, and wonderful both musically and lyrically. There are times when it's beautiful and times when it's on the edge of being histrionic. The first time I heard it I went nuts—I liked it so much I couldn't believe how wonderful it was, and how I hadn't heard anything like it ever before. It's an individual mix of classical instuments and pop music. The lyrics are fun, teasing. A lot of anger about being spurned in love. A good mixture of slow and fast songs. (Neile)
Recommended if you like procedure
Eugenia Lee—guitar, mandolin, vocals
While just a smidgeon less wonderful and less essential than Procedure, this is still an album worth listening to and I like it nearly as well. The songs are even more fun, and have great lyrics, like "too fucking bad you don't adore me." (Neile)
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