L-Seven

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For the all-female grunge band from Los Angeles, see L7 (band).
L-Seven
Origin Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres post-punk
Years active 1980 (1980)–1983 (1983)
Labels Touch and Go Special Forces
Past members Larissa Stolarchuk (singer)

L-Seven was a post-punk band from Detroit, Michigan, United States. The band existed during 1980–1983 and released a 7" titled "L-Seven" by Touch and Go Special Forces in 1982. Touch and Go Special Forces was created to issue records that of a different nature than the hardcore records that Touch and Go was issuing at the time.[1] L-Seven's record was the only release under the "Special Forces" imprint. Singer Larissa Stolarchuk later played guitar in Laughing Hyenas (as Larissa Strickland), a band she formed with her boyfriend, former Negative Approach singer John Brannon. She died on November 4, 2006.[2] Drummer Kory Clarke fronts the long-running band Warrior Soul.

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