Tough, Tough, Tough
Back in the day (I was 13 when this record came out), we used to discover music by poring over newsprint, type only catalogs with one sentence descriptions of records and sending $3-4 to a record label or vinyl shop for a 7". It was the early-90's version of downloading an MP3, except it actually had the magic of discovery. I distinctly remember the description for this record in the Vinyl Ink catalog being something to the effect of, "If you could bottle whatever makes East Coast chicks so tough, the world would be a better place." With songs like "No Fucking War," and "Dead Men Don't Rape," and lyrics like, "Push pull out like your father should have," and "We want a fucking riot, we'll start a fucking riot," Vinyl Ink was dead on. I loved this when I was 13, and I still have never heard tougher chicks.