Flirt – Don’t Push Me/De-generator 7″


Don’t Push Me is an ok rock n roll punker, leaning to hard rock, with kind of a typical Detroit sound to my ears. But boy oh boy De-Generator! That’s the thing here. The intro sets it straight, this is going to rock from start to finish and it does just that. What’s even more astounding is that the progg rock length of 3.17 does work. Those small solos all over gives the song a frightening feel to it and makes it interesting the whole way. Sure it SCREAMS Stooges and MC5 but STILL…it KICKS ASS!!!!

Country: USA
Year: 1978
Label: Real
Format: 7″
Don’t Push Me.mp3

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19,170 Responses to Flirt – Don’t Push Me/De-generator 7″

  1. b e h j a n says:

    The girl singer was pregnant while recording these songs.
    Was there also an 10″e.p. of FLIRT ?

  2. Wusch, thats really fantasic! Sharp as a very sharp flickknife and almost as good as THE Flirts (Bobby Orlandos 2nd A-List project besides Divine). I´m gettin the goosebumps from De-Generatoooor.

  3. Levi Johnston says:

    I like it fast and hard, too, (I’m known for my progg length) but my entry of choice, thank god, doesn’t lead to birthing little brats! Fun record, thanks.

  4. Wow, this is amazing. The singer’s voice – bloody hell!

  5. Martin says:

    Very nice, and I agree with Erich, what an amazing voice!

  6. leopnd says:

    Great 7”!
    As you said: Kick Ass!

  7. Thanks for posting this. I got a copy last week. That would not have happend if it was not for this excellent site. No poster in my copy however!

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