Talk:Killer Pussy

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To Do: 1. Discography and Inbox 2. Follow up on the reunion concert 3. Search Google Archives for more sources 4. Put on List of New Wave Artists 5. Add Killer Pussy to list of posters in the Square Pegs article 6. Look up Wikipedia naming policy in regard to stage names Edkollin (talk) 05:19, 22 January 2012 (UTC)

Gym & Swim? No such club[edit]

I've removed the section claiming that the band were regulars at the Gym & Swim club. There was no such club. That was a misinterpretation of the sentence a previous editor rewrote for this article:

"In a thriving downtown Phoenix punk scene, Killer Pussy quickly made its mark with songs about pedophilia and the joys of sex at Gym 'n' Swim and its deep commitment to kitsch." (See the article's footnote 1 for the original article.)

The Gym & Swim reference is in the song "Pump Rama" and does not refer to a Phoenix club.