It's a little sad that there aren't more all-female groups to throw in here. Considering how many thousands of dude bands there are, it does seem like there should be hundreds if not thousands of female bands to plunge through. It should be painful to leave so many deserving bands off the list, yet while I mourned the cutting of Kittie and Girlschool and B***h and the Pandoras and thought about how it would be nice to include a few R&B groups (I decided to eventually do an R&B list to rectify this), it wasn't as impossible a task as some. And it should be. So, ladies, please start bands.
I didn't want to focus on one spectrum. I ended up with more hard rock or indie bands because that's where the action was. And I guess the louder you are, the more I notice you. Music is no place for wallflowers. Unless you're Ida.
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