Iconic genre-pushers Daughters recently took part in Three One G Records’ Really Bad Music For Really Bad People: The Cramps As Heard Through the Meatgrinder of Three One G, a tribute album to the legendary punk band The Cramps. On this compilation, Daughters deliver a blistering cover of “What’s Inside a Girl” which was streamed at Cvlt Nation here.

Eighteen years ago, Three One G unleashed their 20th release, Dynamite With A Laserbeam: Queen As Heard Through the Meatgrinder of Three One G. On it, bands like Melt-Banana, Weasel Walter, The Locust, Bastard Noise, and The Blood Brothers all provided their own, twisted renditions of classic Queen songs with nothing but the utmost respect.

Now, for their 100th release, Three One G are back with Really Bad Music For Really Bad People: The Cramps As Heard Through the Meatgrinder of Three One G.

Track and Band List

Child Bite “TV Set”
Metz “Call of the Wighat”
Secret Fun Club feat. Carrie Gillespie Feller “I Was a Teenage Werewolf”
Chelsea Wolfe “Sheena’s in a Goth Gang”
Sonido de la Frontera “Zombie Dance”
Qui “New Kind of Kick”
Zeus! feat. Mike Patton “Human Fly”
Retox “Garbageman”
Magic Witch Cookbox “People Ain’t No Good”
Microwaves “Don’t Eat Stuff Off the Sidewalk”
Daughters “What’s Inside a Girl”
Panicker “I’m Cramped”

Really Bad Music for Really Bad People: The Cramps as Heard Through the Meat Grinder of Three One G is due for release May 1 via Three One G Records and can be pre-ordered here.

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