Talk:L7 (band)

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make mention of what L7 means. Kingturtle 23:00 May 5, 2003 (UTC)


notably being the only people to appear twice where?? -- John Owens 23:02 May 5, 2003 (UTC)

I think the page addresses both of these issues now Jimregan 23:55 May 6, 2003 (UTC)

GTA: San Andreas[edit]

Someone should make mention of the song featured in GTA: san Andreas. There normally is a reference.

Another meaning of L7?[edit]

I've heard the idea that L7 comes from the old slang term for square before, but I've also heards another theory which (to me, at least) makes just as much sense. The Chinese pictogram for woman can be seen as a stylised overlaid L and 7 (女). Is there any truth to the idea that this was at least in part the origin of the band's name? Grutness...wha? 04:41, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

I think it's like what the # 69 means. A sexual reference. The arrangement of human bodies resembles a L adjacent to a 7. Your researching too much.Xanarki 01:32, 12 February 2007 (UTC)

Portuguese L7 article[edit]

I've noticed that the L7 article in the Portuguese language ([1]) appears to have a great deal more information than this one. For example the biography has sections devoted to each album. However as i'm unable to speak Portuguese I can't understand it very well. Perhaps (with the help of someone who can) some of the information could be shared with this English article, and even with L7 in other languages?

Any links of L7's pictures?[edit]

Hi. I'm wondering where do I find good L7 pictures galleries on the net, live or non-live pictures. Anyone?? thanks!

I don't know right offhand {google images is a good place to start) but in regards to your use of the term "non-live" pictures, I presume you mean pictures of them off-stage, and not dead. Right? Generally speaking, pictures of bands not performing are referred to as "promotional"--promo for short--posed pictures. (On-stage performance shots may also be used as promos.) The other type--impromptu pictures taken by paparazzi, fans or friends are called "candids." The term "non-live" means, to me, you want pictures of them dead!--Subwoofer (talk) 08:19, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

Riot Grrrls?[edit]

The article states that L7 are incorrectly grouped with the Riot Grrrl movement, but when you follow the link to Riot Grrrl, the first band mentioned as being associated with that movement is... L7! Notb665 (talk) 05:29, 15 December 2007 (UTC)

They also are referenced as "riot grrrls" in the Feminism article. I do not know enough about the subject to know which one to change, but this is something that should be rectified.--Jickyincognito (talk) 12:51, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

Song articles[edit]

Do you feel "Shove", "Shitlist", and "Andres" could have articles? I think at least Andres deserves one, but I want the opinion of whoever is in charge of L7 articles before I start any of them in fear of their deletion. --Mrmoustache14 (talk) 19:15, 3 September 2012 (UTC)

404 Links[edit]

Some of the links here are no longer available and should be put to review. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:42, 27 April 2014 (UTC)

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