One of the first all-girl rock bands, Girlschool distinguished themselves for their aggressive hard rock sound. After supporting Motorhead on tour, they signed with Bronze Records in 1980 and released their classic Demolition album. Their first single, "Demolition Boys" (which for once turned the tables on sexist rock & roll tradition by objectifying the boys), would also be their most successful. Alternating lead vocal and guitar duties, Kelly Johnson and Kim McAuliffe also lead the band through "Race with the Devil," "Nothing to Lose," and the scorching "Emergency."
AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia