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There are at least two bands named Girls Girls Girls. 1. Girls Girls Girls are an all male pop punk trio based in London, UK. 'This Has Got To Stop’, is their debut album on Ex-Libris Records and contains 12 explosive, energetic and frenetic songs about girls. Playing ferocious music described as “The Buzzcocks meets Tom Waits”, or the sound of “a joyful nervous breakdown with a pop sensibility”, their debut album captures the energy of their notorious live show in one 31-minute long pink-coloured package. From their punk-oom-pah stomp of 'Last Tango', to the accordion-led folk balladry of 'Sweetness, Our Love' to the preposterous arch-art-funk of 'No Gak Required', 'This Has Got To Stop' truly is an album to fall violently in love with. Girls Girls Girls continue to relentless tour both London and the wider country armed will bullhorns, energy drinks, historical costumes and several kilograms of fresh flowers. 2. Girls Girls Girls are also an all female Motley Crue cover band from New York City. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, formed in 2007 in New York City, became a sensation from their first live show at a gentlemen's club in New Jersey. Early on, the four-piece, hard rocking unit of talented female musicians caught the attention of the acclaimed YEAH YEAH YEAHS and opened for them at a sold-out show at NYC's Webster Hall. In November 2008 the legendary HOUSE OF GUITARS in Rochester, NY, hosted an invitational mini-concert at its Guitar Expo with the GIRLS as the featured act, following in the footsteps of some of the greatest rock'n'roll artists of the past 40 years who have all made the pilgrimage to this highly regarded musical institution. New York Times best-selling author and music critic CHUCK KLOSTERMAN (Sex, Drugs & Cocoa Puffs, Fargo Rock City) personally requested the band to appear with him at a special reading/rock show at the prominent Highline Ballroom in New York City in March of '09. The GIRLS have thrilled audiences in Alaska, Las Vegas (Orleans Arena) and cities in the Northeast, as well as performing at the top venues in New York City. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS has recently been featured on VH1 Classic's "That Metal Show," hosted by EDDIE TRUNK, and was the featured tribute band for the popular video game ROCKBAND 2's Band Book. Nikita Seis, known for her devilish smile and thunderous bass playing, founded the band out of a devotion and love of the music of the world's most notorious band, Motley Crue. Blonde heartthrob and frontwoman Vixen Neil charms and captivates audiences with her fierce vocals and outrageous stage antics. BAD BRAINS legendary bassist DARRYL JENIFER has referred to Mistress Mars as one of his guitar heroes, an understandable statement confirmed upon hearing her soaring lead solos. Tiny powerhouse Tawny Lee provides the hard and steady backbone to the band on drums, while occasionally wooing the crowd on other songs that call for keys or rhythm guitar. Known for their wild stage outfits, consisting of sexy chic rocker attire adorned with leather, chains, spikes and thigh-high boots, the band delivers the music with a flirtatiously feminine twist. The band covers all eras of the Crue musically, without trying to emulate the look of any specific era. They have been dubbed the "Vixens of Metal" by radio host Crazy John of OSHRadio, a sentiment echoed by fans wherever they play. Audiences are usually loudly clamoring the chant "GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!" as the band takes the stage at any given venue. The demand for live appearances of the GIRLS has been increasing steadily with offers to play throughout the United States and abroad as their fan base widens daily. Don't miss the show when they steamroll through your town... Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.