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Bridging the gap between traditional R&B, Detroit R’n’R and old-fashioned bump and grind, here come the First Ladies of Detroit’s garage girl group sound: the Gore Gore Girls!

The time has come for all hipsters, geeks, hot babes, and hodads to dance all night in worship as the Gore Gore Girls unleash their second album, Up All Night, on the unsuspecting world. Out June 01, 2002 — the Girls of Gore let loose with their poppiest, most powerful signature girl-group/girl-gang sound ever — with 13 scorching tracks of dirty love, each one delivered right in the kisser.

Hot on the heels of their knockout debut album Strange Girls (Get Hip Recordings, 2001), the Gore Gore Girls headed back into Jim Diamond’s now legendary Ghetto Recorders in Detroit last September to deliver the second round. Armed with nasty, loud and sweet(!) rock ‘n’ roll numbers, Gore guitarist/songwriter Amy Surdu added more sugar to the mix with some classic girl group covers: “Keep Your Hands Off My Baby” and “Standing on the Corner.” Combined with the sound of their trademark originals, Up All Night delivers the low-fi love that Gore fans crave.

There are girl groups and girl gangs; the Gore Gore Girls are both. It’s rock, dance, and romance with three badass babes from Detroit. Stay Up All Night with the Gore Gore Girls!