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Frightwig - Cat Farm Faboo album mp3

Frightwig - Cat Farm Faboo album mp3

Performer: Frightwig
Title: Cat Farm Faboo
Country: US
Released: 1984
Style: Punk
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 240
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So there’s something there. Frightwig, Cat Farm Faboo (1984). I liked that a lot. They also had playful lyrics but brought some fierce feminist lyrics with some humor in there, too. On Cat Farm Faboo, I liked The Wanque Off Song, which goes into My Crotch Does Not Say Go. It was just like, Oh, my God. This band is fucking amazing. When I used to go to Frightwig shows, I would bring more and more friends. It was almost like the coolest people on the scene in . I had that album on cassette, and in the van, I probably rewinded that thing, like, a gazillion times on our tours. It’s so bombastic, fun and rocking. Everybody is just slamming on that song, but the drummer and the lead guitarist with the wah-wah pedal are insanely great.

Frightwig reformed in 2012 with Rebecca Sevrin and Rachel Thoele. Frightwig's current line-up is Deanna Mitchell, Mia d'Bruzzi, and Eric Drew Feldman  . In San Francisco, Frightwig played the Valencia Tool & Die, The Fillmore, Mabuhay Gardens, the On Broadway, and The Farm. Frightwig toured the United States several times, British Columbia many times, and Europe in the fall of 1985, opening for . and in 1994 for a Swiss tour. The band gained momentary fame after Kurt Cobain was seen at Nirvana's MTV Unplugged concert wearing a Frightwig T-shirt. Cat Farm Faboo (1984; Subterranean Records). Faster, Frightwig, Kill! Kill!

Released: January 1, 1984.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Wanque Off Song
Written-By – Levin*
A2 My Crotch Does Not Say Go
Written-By – Lynch*
A3 Jeri's Song
Written-By – Lynch*, Ashley*, Wilkinson*, Levin*
A4 I Got Lost
Written-By – Ashley*
A5 Hot Papa
Written-By – Ashley*, Ashley*, Levin*
A6 A Man's Gotta Do What A Man's Gotta Do
Written-By – Lynch*, Ashley*, Levin*
B1 Vagabondage
Written-By – Page*, Levin*
B2 Only You
Written-By – Ashley*
B3 Take This And...
Written-By – Lynch*
B4 I'll Talk To You And Smile
Written-By – Lynch*
B5 Tomorrow Never Comes
Written-By – Levin*
B6 Something's Gotta Change
Written-By – Ashley*

Companies, etc.

  • Engineered At – Hyde Street Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Subterranean Records
  • Copyright (c) – Frightwig


  • Engineer – Garry Creiman
  • Engineer [Second] – Ricky Lee Lynd
  • Painting [Cover] – Annette Kerns
  • Photography By – Robert Tierney
  • Producer – Garry Creiman, Phillip Fingerton (tracks: A6, B6), Stephen DeMartis*
  • Saxophone – Erin Berlin
  • Typography [Lettering] – Jim Ludke*


Includes one-sided lyric sheet.
4,822 pressed.

℗ 1984 Subterranean Records

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUB 46 Frightwig Cat Farm Faboo ‎(LP, Album, Yel) Subterranean Records SUB 46 US 1984

Reviews (2)
I've got blue swirl copy of this. Are all that way?

Mines black

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