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Hell Hath No Fury

Hellcat 80501

Released on September 9, 2008



Hell Hath No Fury is the Hellcat Records debut from Civet, the hottest all-girl rock n' roll band (both literally and figuratively) to erupt from the Los Angeles rock scene since Joan Jett and Lita Ford formed The Runaways.

And to update and polish the old cliche in punk terms: Hell Hath No Fury like four tattooed girls turned on by Motorhead, Murder City Devils and Rancid blasting through an album's worth of troubled-relationship fueled jams.

"It's definitely a little bit more aggressive than the stuff we've done in the past," lead singer / guitarist Liza Graves reports happily. "We felt empowered, but not like, Riot Grrl empowered. This is definitely our big coming out record."

Civet brings the power but they also bring the fun, combining the bold confidence of a band like Bikini Kill with the dirty-sexy appeal of trailblazing rock n' rollers like The Rolling Stones and the rollicking bounce of The Clash.

Hell Hath No Fury is incredibly diverse but held together by an overwhelming sense of adventure and playfulness. Where a song like "Bad Luck" is breakneck fast, the title track is no less powerful but super-duper catchy. "All I Want" was co-written with Rancid's Tim Armstrong, who signed the band to his Hellcat imprint. ("It started out as a song Tim had written for someone else, a pop singer or something, I think," explains Liza." He really wanted us to do one of his songs on the record and we were like, 'Sure, why not?' Tim and I had to sit down to make it work for this band.").

Liza points to the surf-rockish lead single "Son of a Bitch" as one of her favorites. "It was the last song we wrote. That's probably the direction the next record is going to go. It's different than what we're used to doing."

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Do A Line (Of Alibis)  4%
2 Son of a Bitch Voted #3  13%
3 Pay Up  13%
4 All I Want Voted #2  21%
5 Bad Luck  0%
6 Brooklyn  8%
7 Take Me Away  0%
8 1989  4%
9 Gin N Tonic  0%
10 You Got It, What You Wanted...  13%
11 Sin City  0%
12 You Don't Know Me  0%
13 Hell Hath No Fury Voted #1  25%
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Johan from Kortessem, Belgium 
Oct 24 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's female punk and I don't know what it is but it can't really hold my attention. Deadly Sins and Civet are some of the better acts in female punk but it's not really my cup of tea.

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Paul from North Yorkshire, United Kingdo 
Jan 7 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Very good album. This is pretty much in the same vein as 'Massacre'; if you enjoyed that you'll take to this too. Give the album a few listens before you make a judgement; the first run through for me didn't impress but it's a grower. The production is better than 'Massacre' giving the songs a much crisper sound.

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Scott from Katy, TX 
Sep 12 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

AMAZING. tim armstrong did a great job fine tuning this hardcore-girl-punk band. this release is air-tight. i noticed that armstrong co-wrote one of the songs, and it has that 'rancid feel'. it was also good to see there are several song writers in the group, all of which put forward great stuff. "sob, alibis, all i want" are all stand out tracks, i really have nothing bad to say about this record. now the girls just need to hit the road and pull this sound off live.

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