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Pansy Division

Pansy Division

Pansy Division


Pansy Division is a punk rock band formed in San Francisco, California in 1992. The band was a founding example of the queercore movement of openly gay musicians. They opened for fellow Bay Area band and former Lookout! Records artists Green Day on their "Dookie" tour in 1994 for a few months. Their first single release was on the Outpunk Records compilation Outpunk Dance Party, to which they contributed the song "I Can't Sleep". They have released many singles and LPs Read more on Last.fm
Pansy Division is a punk rock band formed in San Francisco, California in 1992. The band was a founding example of the queercore movement of openly gay musicians. They opened for fellow Bay Area band and former Lookout! Records artists Green Day on their "Dookie" tour in 1994 for a few months. Their first single release was on the Outpunk Records compilation Outpunk Dance Party, to which they contributed the song "I Can't Sleep". They have released many singles and LPs, mainly on the independent record label Lookout! Records and on Alternative Tentacles. Their discography is as follows: That's So Gay Alternative Tentacles 3/09 The Essential Pansy Division Alternative Tentacles 1/06 Total Entertainment! Alternative Tentacles 8/03 Absurd Pop Song Romance Lookout 9/98 More Lovin' From Our Oven Lookout 8/97 Wish I'd Taken Pictures Lookout 2/96 Pileup Lookout 2/95 Deflowered Lookout 6/94 Undressed Lookout 3/93 You can read more about them on their official website: www.pansydivision.com/Biography/pd_biography.html Read more on Last.fm.

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