Hamburg , Germany , some time in October 2001. That is when Ines and Linda ran into each
other for the first time. It was a notice where someone was looking for girls to join a Grrrl
band that brought them together. Bass and guitar were assigned, but a competent female
drummer was hard to be found. Even in Hamburg. Song after song was written until, about
two years later, in January 2003, Knut came along and added the proper kick-ass drumming to
the girls’ repertoire. Not only did it rock but fitted in just fine on the personal level.
In July 2003, the three-piece then recorded their first demo EP and toured their asses off on
the northern stages of Germany. The story continues in April 2004, when they record a new
demo under slightly more professional conditions. That sounded better and the musical
development of the band was loud and clear. It was this piece of silver that finally found its
way to Go-Kart Records – and they were thrilled. They met – liked each other – and shortly
after signed the Randys. Then the work started. Numerous shows with amongst others
Duesenjaeger, Turbostaat, El Mariachi, and Bambix, as well as stop-overs at the studio at
which the new songs were refined once again.
Today, 2005, the new fiercely rocking album titled „Love“ is finished – recorded and
mastered by Ronny Henseler (Oma Hans, Kommando Sonnenmilch). Randy’s Ripcord show
you how kick-ass melodic, energetic and straight forward Grrrl Punkrock in 2005 has to
sound. Two girls, two voices, one hell of a drummer – catchy tunes guaranteed!

Edited by mikenicolaassen on 30 Nov 2009, 16:08


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