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8 thoughts on “ What Do I Have To Do ? - The Donnas - Bitchin (CDr, Album)

  1. Tegar
    Sep 18,  · The Donnas always used to stir comparisons to the Ramones. Simple chords, basic lyrics and sharing the same name will do that, and I never thought that was a fair comparison. Well, it's also inaccurate now as the Donnas have gotten heavy metal on us, or at least headed in that direction. Sort of like the Lunachicks but without the foul mouthes/5(70).
  2. Akinohn
    The discography of The Donnas, an American all-female band, consists of 7 studio albums, 1 compilation and numerous singles and appearances on various other media. Contents 1 Studio albums.
  3. Maubei
    Sep 18,  · Bitchin' is the seventh and final studio album by the American hard rock band The Donnas, released in on their own label Purple Feather and released through RedEye. It is their first album since leaving Atlantic Records. The record was produced by Jay Ruston and The Donnas/5(8).
  4. Tojas
    Product Description. BITCHIN' is the aural thunderclap that is THE DONNAS' brand new record, an unapologetically anthemic hard rock album. Their luscious locks must have been a four-way blur of headbanging fury at this recording session/5(70).
  5. Vuramar
    Nov 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Redeye Distribution Bitchin' · The Donnas Bitchin' ℗ The Donnas Released on: Composer: The Donnas Music Publisher: The Donnas Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Nik
    The music is the same. As immediate and worthy as some of these songs are, the chugging guitars and oar-bank handclaps and background HEY!s don't sound like the work of a band that really likes this music and wishes it'd been around to make it at the time and probably deserved to be, the way the Donnas' old jailbait anthems could; they sound like bad one-liners.
  7. Yokinos
    Listen free to The Donnas – Bitchin' (Bitchin', Don't Wait Up for Me and more). 15 tracks (). Bitchin' is the seventh studio album by the American hard rock band The Donnas, released in on their own label Purple Feather and released through RedEye. It is their first album since leaving Atlantic Records. The record was produced by Jay Ruston (Polyphonic Spree, Metal Skool, Meat Loaf.

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