For their 100th release, long-running noise-punk label Three One G — which is run by Justin Pearson of the Locust and Dead Cross fame — have an insane tribute compilation in the pipeline, featuring a who's who of underground troublemakers. Aptly titled Really Bad Music for Really Bad People, the album hails psychobilly pioneers the Cramps and sees everyone from Mike Patton and Chelsea Wolfe to METZ (whose contribution we premiered back in February) and Pearson's own band Retox covering choice cuts by Lux Interior, Poison Ivy and Co. Today (April 1st), noise-rock rabble-rousers Daughters have offered up their piece in the puzzle, a particularly sinister take on "What's Inside a Girl." Hear it — and check out the cover art and full track listing of Really Bad Music for Really Bad People — below.
"We knew no matter what song we choose to cover that we could never create an alternate version to supersede the original," Daughters' Alexis Marshall commented. "We can only hope our cover of 'What's Inside a Girl' does justice to the Cramps and their undeniable embodiment of rock & roll."
Really Bad Music for Really Bad People will be released digitally as well as on limited edition vinyl on May 1st, but it's available for pre-order now. The comp was mastered by Brent Asbury at Measurable Harm, and features layout and design by Black Moon Design. Check out the cover art and track listing below.
Really Bad Music for Really Bad People track listing:
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"
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"