Miss Black America

Miss Black America were a punk-influenced rock band formed in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England in 1999.
Following early patronage from BBC Radio One DJ John Peel, the band received press attention as part of NME magazine's short-lived 'No Name' scene. They released two albums: God Bless Miss Black America and Terminal, and recorded four Peel Sessions before splitting in 2006.
The band's line-up changed frequently, with lead singer/guitarist Seymour Glass the only constant member.

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Car Crash For A SoulGod Bless Miss Black America3:19
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Way DownTerminal2:14
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Talk HardTalk Hard3:38
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Don't Speak My MindMiss Black America EP4:49
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Summer Of Love Pt. 1Emotional Junkmail EP4:51
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StrobeGod Bless Miss Black America2:40
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Dot Dot DotTerminal3:41
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Drowning By NumbersTerminal3:23
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Stations of the Cross (Highlight Reel)Miss Black America1:58
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Personal PoliticsGod Bless Miss Black America4:13
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