L7 is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band L7, released in 1988 by Epitaph Records. It demonstrates the band's punk rock origins, although there are traces of the heavier grunge sound that dominated their later work. L7. Donita Sparks – vocals, guitar. Suzi Gardner – guitar, vocals. Jennifer Finch – bass guitar, vocals. Brett Gurewitz – producer. Jordan Tarlow – guitar technician. Donnell Cameron – engineer.
Hungry for Stink is the fourth album by the Los Angeles grunge band L. .
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L7’s signature sound of a heavy, catchy, mixture of punk, metal, noise and pop helped usher in the era of Grunge. Since their recording career began in 1987, the band has released six studio albums, three live albums, one covers LP, and one greatest hits to date on labels including Epitaph, Sup Pop, Slash, and Warner Brothers.
Album, 1990, Warner Music Group, Sub Pop Records. 2. Fast and Frightening. Split, 1992, Warner Music Group. Saber más. From the Outer Space.
Adds L7's Donita Sparks: "When we decided to make a new record, Joan was there for us as the good friend she has always been. So great to stomp into Blackheart Records with her at the helm.
L7's eponymous debut finds the band just beginning to get their sea legs; their trademark grungy fusion of punk and metal isn't quite fully formed yet, often skewing heavily toward one side of the equation or the other. That can sometimes give the album a schizophrenic feel; one minute they're sneering punk goddesses, the next they're offering hard-partying odes to rock & roll that could have been ripped from a Runaways record.
Often lumped in with the Seattle scene of the early '90s, raucous punk rock band L7 emerged from the streets of Los Angeles in 1985. With Nirvana bringing a punk spirit to the mainstream via grunge, bands such as L7 suddenly became in demand and the quartet was signed to Slash/Reprise, issuing their best-known album with the Butch Vig-produced Bricks Are Heavy (which spawned their highest charting single, "Pretend We're Dead") in April 1992.
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