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Josie Cotton


  1. 1.
    Johnny, Are You Queer?
  2. 2.
    (Let's Do) the Blackout
  3. 3.
    School Is In
  4. 4.
    He Could Be the One
  5. 5.
    Green Slime
2020 continues non-stop for Josie Cotton with the reissue of 'Convertible Music,' featuring the New Wave atom bomb “Johnny Are You Queer?” and as a bonus, the long out-of-print B-side “(Let’s Do) The Blackout.” The completely remastered alb was previously on Elektra and is now on her own Kitten Robot label, which is expanding to issue material from other artists (stay tuned).
Pre-pandemic, 'Invasion of the B-Girls' dropped as part of a reissue series dedicated to her previously limited-issue releases. Bust magazine described it as “a totally swanky, always danceable homage to her favorite so-bad-they're-great vintage B-movies, with liner notes by John Waters. You could say that the singer has built her career on crafting her own one-two punch of sly, neo-retro style and subversive substance (always with a wink for the peanut gallery).” From 'B-Girls,' the previously unavailable “Female Trouble” was released as a single.
2019 saw the release 'Everything is Oh Yeah,' the never-before released album recorded in ‘86, slated to be her 3rd record. Completely remixed but true to the era, it was co-released with Cleopatra Records. Also, two singles of all new songs were released; the double-A side “Ukrainian Cowboy” and “Cold War Spy,” where Nancy Sinatra meets James Bond in a real Spaghetti Western video. The year wrapped with the Holiday single “Everyday Like Christmas.”


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