Hollywood’s Tx Terri & the Stiff Types performed sleazy, street-strutting rock and roll & move to violate your ears and brain. Frontwoman and ex-stripper Terri Laird recalls Iggy Pop, Lux Interior from the Cramps, and Wendy O. Williams rolled into one with her half-scream, half-growl vocals and infamous stage antics — the flame-haired vocalist frequently performs putting on only electric tape. Terri Laird transferred out to LA from Tx in 1985 and began her trash rock-band the Killer Crows. Following the group split up, Tx Terri joined pushes with Don “Demon Guy” Cilurso to generate what would become Tx Terri & the Stiff Types. The music group released its debut, Eat Shit!, in 1998. In 1999, these were called Most Psychotic Music group and Greatest Hollywood Music group by Rock Town Information, and Laird was dubbed Greatest Female Vocalist by Flipside newspaper. In 2000, The LA Weekly provided the group their finest Punk Band prize. Tx Terri & the Stiff Types’ debut record was eventually re-released as Eat Shit + 1 (using a bonus monitor) and Eat Shit! + 4 (with four reward monitors). After Cilurso still left the band, Tx Terri renamed the clothing Tx Terri Bomb!, which released Your Lip area…My Ass! in 2004.
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|Klappe Cowboy!||2012||Texas Terri (as Terri Laird)|
|Hellbent||2004||Tattoo Shop Woman (as 'Texas' Terri Laird)|
|I Pass for Human||2004||Rhonda (as Texas Terri Laird)|
|Starforce||2000||Tattooed Woman (as Texas Terri Laird)|
|Shark in a Bottle||2000||The Tatoo Artist (as 'Texas' Terry Laird)|
|8MM||1999||Dino's Redhead (as Terri Laird)|
|A Guy Walks Into a Bar||1997||Short||Rattlesnake's Girl (as Texas Terry)|
|Marilyn Manson: Anti-Christ Superstar||1996||Short||Angel of Death|
|Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me||1992||Tattooed Dancer (as Terri Laird)|
|Klappe Cowboy!||2012||performer: "Never Shut Up", "Strike 3" - as Texas Terri Bomb|
|Surf Gang||2006||Short performer: "Situation" - as Texas Terri / writer: "One Hit Wonder", "Situation" - as Texas Terri Laird|
|Prey for Rock & Roll||2003||performer: "Oh Yeah", "Women Should Be Wilder" / writer: "Oh Yeah"|
|Luster||2002||as Texas Terri & The Stiff Ones, "Burger & Fries [your not alive]", "Me Mad" / performer: "Burger & Fries [your not alive]", "Me Mad" - as Texas Terri & The Stiff Ones / writer: "Burger & Fries [your not alive]", "Me Mad" - as Texas Terri Laird|
|The Damned: Don't You Wish That We Were Dead||2015||Documentary thanks|
|Klappe Cowboy!||2012||thanks - as Terri Laird|
|Problem Child||2011||Video short||Herself|
|Last Fast Ride: The Life, Love and Death of a Punk Goddess||2011||Documentary|
|Punk's Not Dead||2007||Documentary||Herself|
|Hollywood Trash & Tinsel||2004||Documentary||Herself|
|Prey for Rock & Roll||2003||Herself|
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