These Bay Area gay punk pioneers found a hint of mainstream fame when they toured with Green Day on their Dookie run inbut it was their sexy lyrics and who-gives-a-fuck attitude that endeared them to a generation of queer kids — before that term was even fashionable.
Listening to it feels like saluting the rainbow flag. National Public Radio. The singers, always women, almost always black, were our stand-ins.
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