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The Unforgiving Sounds of Maow

The Unforgiving Sounds of Maow is a 1996 album by Maow. It was the band's only full-length album.

The album is notable primarily for being Neko Case's first album as a vocalist. Case does not sing all the vocals on the album, however; she shares vocal duties with bandmates Tobey Black and Corrina Hammond.

The album's best-known song, "Ms. Lefevre", is a silly romp celebrating the character "Renee Lefebvre" from Woody Allen's movie What's New, Pussycat? The album also includes covers of songs by Wanda Jackson and Nancy Sinatra.

Track listing

  1. "Wank" – 1:41
  2. "Mean Mean Mean" – 0:59 - Wanda Jackson
  3. "Sucker" – 1:51
  4. "Ms. Lefevre" – 1:52
  5. "Rock 'N' Roll Boy" – 1:12
  6. "Very Missionary" – 1:09
  7. "Mommie's Drunk" – 1:32
  8. "Woman's Scorn" – 1:30
  9. "Showpie" – 1:09
  10. "J'ai faim" – 0:39
  11. "Man What's Got a Gun" – 1:05
  12. "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?" – 2:01 - Nancy Sinatra
  13. "Party Tonite!" – 0:54
  14. "Cat's Meow" – 0:43
  15. "One Nite Stand" – 1:01
  16. "Catastrophie" – 1:03

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