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Gail Warning was a villain from the Madballs comic book. She only appears in the eighth issue. She was a weather girl at WBLA News, the same news channel where Ben DeFax worked. She had a weather wand she used to cruelly alter the weather after reporting it so as to mess with everyone. The Madballs knew something had to be done after her latest misleading report ruined a ball game they were playing with their friends
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Gail Warning's Independent is a brilliant record, full of unexpected twists and turns and steeped in the exciting New Wave sounds of the early 80's. The different songs swing evocatively between reggae, punk and Blondie-esque melodic influences, with "Cheers to the Nightlife" sounding like a nostalgic Cyndi Lauper song, and the dark "Welcome to LA," has a Princey electro feel - yet it is hard to compare the album overall to anything, its so original