Kleenex/LiLiPUT were probably one of the most influential all-female works in punk rock and roll history, forging an audio that paved just how for the riot grrrl and pop-punk motions. Founded in the past due ’70s, their profession lasted just a few years, until 1983. But mainly because their influence extended, the demand for his or her songs improved. They later on became the main topic of countless reissues and re-releases, but availability under no circumstances met demand, producing their two unique LPs enthusiasts’ editions and convincing many hardcore enthusiasts to pay up to 100 dollars for every. The story from the music group starts in Zurich, Switzerland. A small number of girls went to a Sex Pistols display and, like therefore a lot of their era, were influenced to emulate them. Marlene Marder, the anchor from the team, became a member of a punk music group with a few of her male close friends, playing her 1st device, the saxophone. Once the additional members got celebrities to them, they informed Marder that punk rings couldn’t possess saxophonists and asked her to keep the group. She made a decision to begin her own music group, this time around playing guitar, alongside three of her woman close friends. Joining her had been Lislot Hafner (Drums), Regula Sing (vocals), and Klaudia Schifferle (bass). The group dubbed themselves Kleenex and began gigging around Switzerland. Their lyrics had been smart and lighthearted, their riffs relaxing and innocent. Many punk bands at that time were following a Sex Pistols’ angst-ridden method of rock and roll, but these ladies had been composing happy-go-lucky pop tunes. The music group was presented on Switzerland’s Sunrise Information in their beginning and then had been marketed by Tough Trade later on. In a couple of years, they had gathered international acknowledgement, to the amount that Kleenex distributor Kimberly-Clark was intimidating to sue them for copyright infringement. Not really within the mood to cope with multi-million buck lawsuits, they transformed their name to LiLiPUT, following the property of diminutive human beings in Gulliver’s Moves. In 1983, the group dropped aside, but their existence within the lore of rock and roll legends was simply starting. Their early effect could be experienced around the Raincoats as well as the Slits. Contemporary lady rockers Shonen Blade, and Sleater-Kinney also credit their Swiss punk rock and roll ancestors for motivation. To support the developing legions of fascinated enthusiasts, in 2001 Wipe out Rock Superstars released the double-CD Kleenex/LiliPUT, offering the band’s whole discography, along with a live Compact disc/Dvd movie anthology followed this year 2010. Marlene Marder passed away in 2016 at age 61.