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Third Listen: “A Living Human Girl” by The Regrettes

To gain a broader understanding of how a song functions in society, it is essential to examine live performances, videos, and other media content in which the song takes place. In doing so, considering the audience and fan reactions can… Continue Reading →

Second Listen: “A Living Human Girl” by The Regrettes

The first lineage I choose to explore includes the songs “Typical Girls” by The Slits, Cool Schmool by Bratmobile, and Just a Girl by No Doubt. These songs contain a similar message to “A Living Human Girl” by The Regrettes,… Continue Reading →

First Listen: ” A Living Human Girl” by The Regrettes

Contemporary riot grrrl band The Regrettes released the single “A Living Human Girl” on June 20th, 2016 and featured on their album Feel Your Feelings Fool! which launched on January 13th, 2017. At age fifteen, frontwoman Lydia Night wrote the… Continue Reading →

“Hands Clean” Alanis Morissette, “A Living Human Girl” by The Regrettes

My first option I’m considering for the podcast is “Hands Clean” by Alanis Morissete from her album Under Rug Swept. This song addresses a past relationship between her and an older man. This song intrigues me because the narration in… Continue Reading →

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