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Where's the Pleasure?

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Where's the Pleasure?
Studio album by
LabelXntrix Records – XN2006[1]
ProducerPoison Girls, Simaen Skolfield, Stuart James
Poison Girls chronology
Chappaquiddick Bridge
Where's the Pleasure?
Songs of Praise
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[2]

Where's the Pleasure? is the second studio album by UK band Poison Girls. It was released by Xntrix Records in 1982.[3]

The album mostly moved away from the political topics of previous releases, focusing more on personal and sexual matters.[4]

Critical reception

Trouser Press wrote: "Subversa’s weary, whisky-and-tobacco-stained voice is a husky but serviceable instrument that perfectly suits the material and lends a tragic, poetic air to the record."[5]

Track listing

All Tracks written by Poison Girls.

  • Side A
  1. Where's The Pleasure
  2. Lovers Are They Worth It
  3. I've Done It All Before
  4. Whisky Voice
  5. Ménage Abattoir
  6. Take The Toys
  7. Soft Touch
  8. Take The Toys (Reprise)
  • Side B
  1. Velvet Launderette
  2. Rio Disco Stink
  3. Cry No More
  4. Mandy Is Having A Baby
  5. Fear Of Freedom



  1. ^ "Where's the Pleasure - Poison Girls | Release Info". AllMusic.
  2. ^ "Poison Girls: Where's the Pleasure?". AllMusic. Retrieved 8 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Glasper, Ian (June 1, 2014). The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980–1984. PM Press. ISBN 9781604865165 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ " :: Poison Girls".
  5. ^ Robbins, Ira. "Poison Girls". Trouser Press. Retrieved 8 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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