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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by johnny k, Mar 6, 2021.
She was one hell of a songwriter.
The story of how she made their final album is just heartbreaking.
She left songs .
Yes, truly amazing songwriting. The Muffs is my all-time favorite band. I had all their albums on my MP3 player and listened to it every day at work for years-on-end. Occasionally I'd add other artists but would tire of them and take them off. Everything The Muffs did was catchy and fun and I never got tired of it.
I didn’t catch on to The Muffs until just after Kim’s passing. I bought “Blonder and Blonder” which has spent more time in my car over the past year and a half than out of it. I think she had the best female rock and roll yell since Joan Jett!
She was a local here in Orange County and the band played all over the southland. I loved her little Gretsch Beast and her growling voice. I agree with the OP she had skills and didn't leave her passion for genre. My favorite poignant song....
you bring a tear to my yey.
My first exposure wasn't through the Muffs, but was certainly on repeat in my car stereo.
The Woman had some Guts!
That is amazing.
I remember being at my dad's house for a Christmas get-together and my sister got me Hamburger. The look on my families face was priceless when I stuck it in and this song came on...