‘Skinny Little Bitch’ By HOLE – Vicious Single Came Out 10 Years Ago Today…

12 March 2020

Band: Hole
Single: Skinny Little Bitch 
B-side: Codine
Released: 12 March 2010 – 10 years ago today
Album: Nobody’s Daughter – the band’s 4th album
NME described it just perfectly: “a balls-out, low-down
dirty rock song, and as fine a signature tune for the new
Hole as you could imagine. Tapping the same lyrical vein as
‘Samantha’, it’s The Stooges fronted by a Joan Jett re-imagined
as the Bride Of Frankenstein. And it’s the sound of Courtney
having fun.”

Score: #19 in the US

Original clip…

Live on American TV…

HOLE: Facebook

COURTNEY LOVE Shares Impassioned Track Called ‘MOTHER’ From Upcoming Movie THE TURNING…

New sonic impulses

21 November 2019

The Floria Sigismondi-directed movie adaptation of Henry James 1898 novella The Turn Of The Screw — called The Turning — will start screening in January. The soundtrack will feature new or previously unreleased songs by several artists such as Courtney Love, Mitski, Kim Gordon, Alice Glass, Warpaint, Cherry Glazer and the Kills’ Alison Mosshart.

COURTNEY LOVE, a long time fan of Floria Sigismondi who’s also quite famous for directing music videos, has contributed a new song to the film. It’s called MOTHER‘, an impassioned and zealous power ballad with a fervid vocal Love performance.

Listen here…

(photo on top: FB Courtney Love)


9 July 2019

Courtney Love was born Courtney Michelle Harrison on 9 July 1964 in San Francisco, California. A controversial personality, an intimidating singer/frontwoman and a puzzling actress. A multifaceted character you love or you hate. I was fully fascinated when she hit the scene with Hole about 30 years ago. Some doubts kicked in afterward (thanks in part to some damaging media animosity. No thanks, sensational sharks!). Was she for real or just acting and fooling around? The fact that she married a global rock star didn’t make things easier to see as they really were. But after reading her biography sometime later
I knew she absolutely was who she showed she was. An adult with many scars because
as a bipolar teenager she was neglected by everybody (parents & family) who should have cared when it matters most for a upgrowing child and she fought her way through, on her own, to be somebody, to have a decent life and feel good about herself. Happy 55 Miss Love. Here come three big ones to celebrate…




COURTNEY LOVE: Biography – Facebook