2007 reissue of the debut by the female British duo, originally released in 1993 and now bolstered by six bonus tracks: 'We Don't Care', 'School Is Boring', 'Girls Round Here', 'Kinky Ken', 'Outta Control' and 'Excellent'. Jacqui Blake and Carrie Askew met as teenagers and, in the early '90s they started writing 'Last Exit', the first fanzine for the Manic Street Preachers. While still in their teens they formed Shampoo. Their first single 'Blisters and Bruises' was released by Icerink records on seven inch pink vinyl in 1993. Whilst their first two singles were all-out girl-punk racket, the following year saw the release of their most famous song, 'Trouble' and the album We Are Shampoo, which displayed a much more radio friendly sound. For the remainder of 1994 the Shampoo flag flew high, as their infectious Pop-with- attitude found fans in both the mainstream and alternative music scenes. The band famously became very successful in Japan - possibly due to sharing a love of all things Hello Kitty. "Trouble" became hugely successful due to its inclusion in the soundtrack to the film, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie. Cherry Red.