Combining a 60's influence from the likes of The Shangra-La's and Nancy Sinatra with an attitude of the Ramones, The Diaboliks wanted to shatter the stereotypes of all-girl bands only being limited to playing cute pop songs. With their raw, three-chord appeal of tough-girl angst, Dionysus Records packaged this sound on their first album Danger in 1996. The Diaboliks second album Itching For Action followed two years later and Three Fur Burgers & A Chili Dog to Go was released in mid-2000. ~ Mike DaRoncoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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