This web-page has detailed descriptions and background information on GIRLSCHOOL and the complete discography of this band
Girlschool are a British heavy metal band originating out of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene in 1978 and frequently associated with contemporaries Motörhead. They are the longest running all-female rock band, still active after more than 30 years. Formed from a school band called Painted Lady,
Girlschool enjoyed strong media exposure and commercial success in the UK in the early 1980s with three albums of 'punk-tinged metal' and a few singles, but rapidly lost their momentum in the following years. In the 1990s and 2000s, they concentrated their efforts on live shows and tours, reducing considerably the production of studio albums. During their long career, Girlschool travelled all over the world, playing in many rock and metal festivals and co-headlining with or supporting some of the most important hard rock and heavy metal bands. They maintain a worldwide cult following and are considered an inspiration for many succeeding female rock musicians.Despite frequent changes of line-up, original members Kim McAuliffe, Enid Williams and Denise Dufort are still in the band to this day.
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"Demolition" was the first studio album by British all-female NWOBHM band, Girlschool.
BRONZE 203 556
Hit and Run was the second studio album by British heavy metal band, Girlschool.
"Nightmare at Maple Cross" is an full-length album released by the all-female British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) band "Girlschool". The title of this album must be referring to the time they have been recording this album at the "Jacksons Studio" on Maple Cross, London.
BRONZE 205 855
|"Play Dirty" was the fourth studio album by British heavy metal band, Girlschool, released on Bronze Records in 1983 and produced by Noddy Holder and Jim Lea from the hard rock band Slade .
"Screaming Blue Murder" was the third studio album by British heavy metal band, Girlschool. It was released on Bronze Records in 1982, and featured one line-up change in bassist Ghislaine 'Gil' Weston, formerly of The Killjoys, replacing the recently-departed founder-member Enid Williams. Nigel Gray, who had previously worked with The Police , produced the album.