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The Violent Femmes, formed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1980, is a three-piece American alternative rock band, noted for laying the groundwork for folk punk. The band has had four members: singer, guitarist and songwriter Gordon Gano, bassist Brian Ritchie, and two drummers, Victor DeLorenzo and Guy Hoffman.

Discography

See main article Violent Femmes discography

Studio albums




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