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The Waitresses

Waitresses, The

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The American Midwest: Akron and Cleveland

Overview by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 1 April 1978

Exploring alternative hives of industry in Akron, City of Rubber, and Cleveland, City of Steel. ...

Rock in Akron: The Music Of Greater Akron

Report and Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 17 June 1978

Is this the avant-garde or the sound of cash registers? Pete Silverton has a pretty good idea ...

Various Artists: The Akron Compilation (Stiff); Short Circuit — Live at the Electric Circus (Virgin)

Review by Jon Savage, Sounds, 24 June 1978

OH JESUS! After Devo, the (marketing) deluge. ...

The Waitresses: Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful? (Polydor)

Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, 30 January 1982

FOR STARTERS, The Waitresses first came into being through one Chris Butler, who created the group as a spillover for musical ideas that were incompatible ...

The Waitresses: The Peppermint Lounge, New York

Live Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, 27 February 1982

ONE BY ONE out of the cold, graffiti-decorated dressing room, The Waitresses leap on to the stage to be greeted by a hailstorm of applause ...

The Waitresses: What The Butler Said

Interview by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, 6 March 1982

THE WAITRESSES give tips to EDWIN POUNCEY on how to cure irony ...

The Waitresses Get Tipped

Interview by Richard Grabel, Creem, May 1982

NEW YORK — There was this single hanging around most of last year, playing in clubs and on the radio, becoming part of the background, ...


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