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  3. Pink Section were a San Francisco, CA-based art punk band that existed from 1979 to 1980.

  4. Reversible Cords were an Art Punk/New Wave band from Austin Texas.

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  6. The Fatal Microbes (correct 'Fatal' Microbes) were a teenage UK punk group that existed in the late 1970s. Honey Bane (Donna Tracey Boylan) was…

  7. Occult Chemistry was a band featuring Martha Tilson, later of A Certain Ratio on vocals.
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  11. Pink, Plastic & Panties was a Dutch all-girl punk/new wave band from the early 1980s. They released one 7" single Bla-Bla / Anger in 1980 and…

  12. Mydolls began in 1978 in Houston, Texas with Dianna Ray and Trish Herrera writing a few songs together. Later Dianna and Trish were joined by…

  13. 1) All-women experimental post punk band from Toronto

    2) Female fronted UK punk band from the mid 1980's

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  15. Lucrate Milk were a French neo-jazz art punk band from Paris, France. The band was formed in 1979 by two former milkmen, Lombrick Laul (bass),…

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