Tuesday, 26 April 2011


Courtney finally released Nobody's Daughter in April 2010.   It was released under the band name, Hole, but Courtney was the only original remaining member of the classic line-up.   The rest of the band consisted of - Micko Larkin, Shawn Daily and Stu Fisher.   The version that was released differs from the demo version that had been knocking about - the track listing was different and some of the songs had been remixed.   Several new songs had been added (Skinny Little Bitch - the 1st single, Honey, Samantha, Someone Else's Bed and a bonus track on the i-Tunes version, Codeine - a cover version) and some songs had been dropped  (Stand Up Motherfucker, Car Crash and Sunset Marquis - if you do a search on YouTube you can usually find these and they're well worth a listen).

Courtney has been touring again and released a single called Miss Narcissist. She's also been acting again, appearing in TV shows like Empire and Sons of Anarchy.

A documentary called Hit So Hard about Patty Schemel, Hole's drummer, has also been released and it features archive footage and includes interviews with Courtney, Eric Erlandson and Melissa Auf Der Maur.
Site for Hit So Hard documentary

Courtney Love website

Monday, 25 April 2011


Roxy was supposed to be releasing a DVD about her UK tour but although a trailer was released, I don't think the project was ever finished.

Orphan Child was released on CD (which I've read is a re-release of her debut album) and she also released Heart Attack on i-Tunes (a 6 track EP and collaboration with Andy Huxley of 80s Matchbox B-Line Disaster.   There's also a video for a new song called America up on YouTube.

She co-starrred as Lillith (a goth stripper) alongside Jenna Jameson and Robert Englund in cult horror movie Zombie Strippers and the soundtrack featured several of her previously unreleased songs such as Smother You and Don't Kill The Star.

She also did have a clothing line called Trash Couture which produced one-of-a-kind customised dresses but I don't know if it's still going.