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Lydia Lunch: 13.13 (Ruby)

Jeffrey Morgan, Creem, November 1982

IN A BUSINESS where women singers are a dime a dozen these days (and trite women singers the norm), Lydia Lunch can be proud of being one of the few women singers in rock who consistently breaks the mold of complacency surrounding much of today's music and redefines the role of what a contemporary women in rock 'n' roll should be today, simply by doing what she wants, when she wants, and how she wants.

Total word count of piece: 609


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