Pussy Galore Kick Off Reissue Campaign

Pussy Galore Kick Off Reissue Campaign
Noisy garage punks Pussy Galore started trashing things up almost 30 years ago before imploding in 1990. But if you missed out on the iconic act the first time around, you're in luck: they've just announced a handful of reissues so you can play catch-up.

The act delivered three early efforts as digital downloads this morning (April 3): 1987's Right Now LP, the SugarShit Sharp EP from 1988 and 1989's Dial M for Motherfucker. Right Now has also been repressed on vinyl by Shove Records, with plans for the other two records to be reissued on wax sometime in the future.

All the releases have been remastered under the supervision of Pussy Galore head Jon Spencer (Blues Explosion, Heavy Trash), with the vinyl masters cut directly from the original tapes.

Though formed in Washington, DC, Pussy Galore eventually moved to New York, where they further developed a sound that embraced "'60s garage punk and R&B, industrial noise acts like Einsturzende Neubauten, and plenty of bad vibes and badder attitude," as the press release colourfully reminds us.

The group, whose ranks also featured Royal Trux's Neil Hagerty and Boss Hog's Cristina Martinez, among others, will take part in Record Store Day (April 21) as well by repressing their debut EP Feel Good About Your Body on seven-inch.

While Pussy Galore played an impromptu reunion set last December in New York, there are no further reunion shows planned at this time.