L7

L7 was a hard rock band. The band was formed in 1985 by Donita Sparks and Suzi Gardner, who were later joined by Jennifer Finch and Dee Plakas. They signed to Epitaph Records for their first album and to Sub Pop in 1989. The name is taken from a slang phrase from the 1950s which means "square," but is often mistaken for a reference to a sex position, also called "69". In 1991 the band formed Rock for Choice, a pro-choice women's rights group which was supported by other bands of that era, including Nirvana, Mudhoney, Pearl Jam, 7 Year Bitch. Read more on Last.fm
Slap-Happy
Crackpot Baby
On My Rockin' Machine
Lackey
Human
Livin' Large
Freeway
Stick to the Plan
Long Green
Little One
Freezer Burn
Mantra Down
Smell the Magic
Fast and Frightening
(Right on) Thru
Deathwish
'Til the Wheels Fall Off
Broomstick
L7
Bite the Wax Tadpole
Cat-O'-Nine-Tails
Metal Stampede
Let's Rock Tonight
Uncle Bob
Snake Handler
Runnin' From the Law
Cool Out
It's Not You
I Drink
Ms. 45