The Clams (4)

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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IMS 508 The Clams (4) - What's Wrong With This Picture? / Sad Times album art The Clams (4) What's Wrong With This Picture? / Sad Times(7", Single) Susstones IMS 508 US 1986 Sell This Version
IMG 509 The Clams (4) - Train Song / Crazy Boys album art The Clams (4) Train Song / Crazy Boys(7", Single) Imaginary Records (2) IMG 509 US 1987 Sell This Version
IMG 6001 The Clams (4) - Exile On Lake Street album art The Clams (4) Exile On Lake Street(12", EP) Imaginary Records (2) IMG 6001 US 1988 Sell This Version

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dirtyvinylcollecting

dirtyvinylcollecting

August 24, 2014
The Clams emerged to some acclaim amid Minneapolis' post-Punk music scene, during the mid-1980s.

They are often considered among the most noteworthy acts of the era, locally, and mainly due to the fact that they were among only a handful of all-female acts that performed in what is generally acknowledged as post-Punk music scene dominated by all-male acts.

Their sound is a combination of classic American garage-rock and American post-punk -truly Power Pop- and with an admitted Rolling Stones influence.

Reformed for a one-off performance in 2009, and with only a handful of releases during their heyday:

"Exile On Lake Street" - 12" Album. Imaginary Records - IMG 6001, 1988.
"Train Song / Crazy Boys" - 7" Single. Imaginary Records - IMG 509, 1987.
"What's Wrong With This Picture / Sad Times" - 7" Single. Susstones - IMS 508, 1986.

For a more authoritative read ("The Current" is the best-damned indie rock station in Minnesota... ):
http://blog.thecurrent.org/2013/03/meet-tetes-noires-and-the-clams-two-of-minneapoliss-first-all-female-rock-bands/

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