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You Gotta Shout

You Gotta Shout




1x Vinyl 7" 45 RPM Single Unofficial Release



Release date

Aug 11, 2022

You Gotta Shout by Spoilsports on Freestyle Records.

Freestyle Records reissue a DIY 7" from 1980 by short-lived all-female group Spoilsports. Existing at the intersection of post-punk, jazz-rock and modern soul - these two political yet playful numbers were laid down by a band formed from a range of players active in London's feminist and improvised music scenes at the time, and represent the groups only recordings.

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