Vintage Linnea Quigley rock and roll track returns to vinyl via Strange Disc Records
Record label Strange Disc Records & Filmworks recently announced their triumphant return to releasing weird music by bringing back to life a track from one of the most iconic women in horror of all time: Linnea Quigley. They are re-introducing This Chainsaw’s Made for Cutting, a single by lady Linnea Quigley and her band, Men In Skirts.
Does Linnea Quigley really need an introduction? The actress is perhaps best known from her appearances in classics like The Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Demons, Silent Night, Deadly Night, The Barn, and much more. However, her body of work doesn’t end there. She also a badass rock star. Her band, The Skirts, recorded sessions with the Legendary California hardcore/punk label Mystic Records; with the track from those sessions, “Santa Monica Blvd Boy,” being featured in the movie Nightmare Sisters, as well as the Mystic Records compilation, The Sound of Hollywood Girls.
“This Chainsaw’s Made For Cutting,” a one sided single recorded in 1997, continues where The Skirts left off, with Linnea Quigley fronting a new group, Men In Skirts. The single is a tongue in cheek, cautionary tale warning of horrific and gruesome revenge on a cheating lover. Originally a cassette, fan club release only available out of the back pages of horror mags or at conventions. Strange Disc is super proud to be working closely with Linnea to bring this super fun track to vinyl for the first time ever. The track was remastered by Josh Bonati, and features a new layout excellently crafted by Mike Turzanski.
All records will ship on 8/11. You can pre-order your copy here. Linnea for LIFE!