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September Gurls SGLP 3
A new and unplayed item. The cover is graded EX+ because of a dent to the lower right corner. The vinyl is pristine. This is the version that came on yellow vinyl.
Grading cover: EX+/NEW | Grading vinyl: NM/NEW
"German combo Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can embody the quintessence of naive pop. They debuted with three singles and the mini-album Tweng (September Gurls, 1988), that were collected on the album Large Marge Sent Us (September Gurls, 1989)." (Scaruffi)
"Like Japan, another burgeoning post-war industrial giant looking for culture in all the wrong places, Germany has to do its global bit in the abject scavenging and silly recycling of American junk with merry abandon. A quick look at the early scrap operation mounted by this hyperactive Bremen sextet reveals a band name nicked from the B-52's, an album title skimmed off Pee-wee's Big Adventure and a record label named after a Big Star song. The group's colophon, however, is more locally relevant: the anti-fascist symbol of a swastika being dumpsterized ... And that's not even getting into the chipper and imaginatively loopy music contained on the Large Marge Sent Us! CD, which incorporates the crappy-sounding, rock'n'rolly seven-cut Tweng! mini-album and three single sides: a total of two dozen short blasts of derivative but original Anglo-American power pop sung mainly in English by guitarist Klaus Cornfield." (Trouser Press)