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Bulimia Banquet

Bulimia Banquet
Origin Hollywood, California, USA
Genres Punk rock, heavy metal
Labels Flipside, Piece of Mind
Associated acts Bobsled
Marc Spitz Freestyle
Miss Derringer
The Fags
Minion of Parody
Under the Influence
Past members Jula Bell
Ingrid Baumgart
Clem Burke
Jason Greenwood
Alan Hansburg
Mia Ferraro
Travis Johnson

Bulimia Banquet was a punk band from Hollywood, California, USA, who formed in 1986. The band was featured in Lisa Rose Apramian's riot grrrl documentary, Not Bad for a Girl.[1]


The band consisted of Ingrid Baumgart,[2] Alan Hansford, Jula Bell, and Jason Greenwood.[3][4] Mia Ferraro, Dez Cadena, and Travis Johnson were also in the band for a period of time.[5]

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Jula Bell, the bassist and co-founder of Bulimia Banquet, was also in many other groups such as Bobsled, Marc Spitz Freestyle and The Fags.[6] She also played autoharp in the L.A. based rock group, Miss Derringer.[7] Ingrid Baumgart was in the all female punk band, Raszebrae.[8] Jason Greenwood was also in the T.V.T.V's (Flipside Records) and Punk Rock Vato's with Jamie Pina (Chemical People), Pat Hoed (aka. Adom Bomb), and Rick Agnew (The Adolescents, Christian death)


  • 1986: Eat Fats, Die Young (Flipside)
  • 1989: Party in My Colon (Flipside)
  • 1991: Curse Me 7" (Piece of Mind)


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  • Dine or Die


External links

  • Bulimia Banquet on Last FM
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