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Sleater-Kinney - The Center Won't Hold
Sleater-Kinney
The Center Won't Hold
Tape | 2019 | US | Original (Mom+Pop)
17,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
How does brokenness walk? Or move through the world? says guitarist/vocalist Carrie Brownstein about The Center Wont Hold, Sleater-Kinneys tenth studio album. Were always mixing the personal and the political but on this record, despite obviously thinking so much about politics, we were really thinking about the person ourselves or versions of ourselves or iterations of depression or loneliness in the middle of the chaos. The Center Wont Hold is Sleater-Kinneys midnight record on the doomsday clock. After twenty-five years of legendary collaboration, rocknroll giants Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss rise to meet the moment by digging deeper and sounding bigger than weve heard them yet. Here are intimate battle cries. Here are shattered songs for the shattered survivors. The Center Wont Hold drops you into the world of catastrophe that touches on the election, says guitarist/vocalist Tucker of the title track. Were not taking it easy on the audience. That song is meant to be really heavy and dark. And almost like a mission statement, at the end of that song, its like were finding our way out of that space by becoming a rock band.
The Center Won't Hold
Hurry On Home
Reach Out
Can I Go On
RestlessRuins
LOVE
Bad Dance
The Future Is Here
The Dog/ The BodyBroken
Sleater-Kinney - The Center Won't Hold
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Sleater-Kinney - Live In Paris Loser Edition
Sleater-Kinney - No Cities To Love
Sleater-Kinney
No Cities To Love
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Sub Pop)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
“We sound possessed on these songs,” says guitarist/vocalist Carrie Brownstein about Sleater-Kinney’s eighth studio album, No Cities to Love. “Willing it all–the entire weight of the band and what it means to us–back into existence.”

The new record is the first in 10 years from the acclaimed trio–Brownstein, vocalist/guitarist Corin Tucker, and drummer Janet Weiss–who came crashing out of the ’90s Pacific Northwest riot grrrl scene, setting a new bar for punk’s political insight and emotional impact. Formed in Olympia, WA in 1994, Sleater-Kinney were hailed as “America’s best rock band” by Greil Marcus in Time Magazine, and put out seven searing albums in 10 years before going on indefinite hiatus in 2006.

But the new album isn’t about reminiscing, it’s about reinvention–the ignition of an unparalleled chemistry to create new sounds and tell new stories. “I always considered Corin and Carrie to be musical soulmates in the tradition of the greats,” says Weiss, whose drums fuel the fire of Tucker and Brownstein’s vocal and guitar interplay. “Something about taking a break brought them closer, desperate to reach together again for their true expression.” The result is a record that grapples with love, power and redemption without restraint. “The three of us want the same thing,” says Weiss. “We want the songs to be daunting.”

Produced by long-time Sleater-Kinney collaborator John Goodmanson, who helmed many of the band’s earlier albums including 1997 breakout set Dig Me Out, No Cities to Love is indeed formidable from the first beat.
Sleater-Kinney - The Woods
Sleater-Kinney
The Woods
2LP | 2005 | US | Reissue (Sub Pop)
19,99 €*
Release:2005 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sleater-Kinney was an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band’s core lineup consisted of Corin Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar and vocals), and Janet Weiss (drums). Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist, left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest.

The Woods is the seventh and final studio album from Sleater-Kinney, released on May 24, 2005 by Sub Pop. It was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York. The Woods reached #80 on the US Billboard Top 200 chart and #2 on the Independent Albums chart. The album appeared at #4 in The Village Voice’s “Pazz & Jop” critics’ poll for 2005.

“They bash Eighties nostalgia, tell a feminist fairy tale and even quiet down for a couple sensitive love songs – needed breaks from music so intense you wonder how they can contain its explosiveness.” [100 Best Albums of the 2000’s] - Rolling Stone

“To survive these days, you have to be either suicidal or superficial. Sleater-Kinney, meanwhile, get by simply sounding fucking supersonic.” [9.0/10] - Stephen Deusner, Pitchfork

The album has been freshly remastered by Greg Calbi for this release.
Sleater-Kinney - Sleater Kinney
Sleater-Kinney
Sleater Kinney
LP | 1995 | US | Reissue (Sub Pop)
19,99 €*
Release:1995 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sleater-Kinney was an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band’s core lineup consisted of Corin Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar and vocals), and Janet Weiss (drums). Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist, left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest.

Sleater-Kinney is the first effort from the group, recorded by Nick Carrol at 486 Victoria Street in Melbourne, Australia, and produced by Tim Green and the band at the Red House in Olympia, Washington. The album was originally released in 1995 by the independent queercore record label Chainsaw Records. The line-up featured Corin Tucker (vocals, guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar, vocals) and Lora Macfarlane (drums).

“While their same-sex one-on-ones aren’t exactly odes to joy, they convey a depth of feeling that could pass for passion.” [Grade: A-] - Robert Christgau, Consumer Guide

The album has been freshly remastered by Greg Calbi for this release.
Sleater-Kinney - One Beat
Sleater-Kinney
One Beat
LP | 2002 | US | Reissue (Sub Pop)
19,99 €*
Release:2002 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sleater-Kinney was an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band’s core lineup consisted of Corin Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar and vocals), and Janet Weiss (drums). Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist, left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest.

One Beat is the sixth studio album from Sleater-Kinney, originally released on August 20, 2002 by Kill Rock Stars. It was produced by John Goodmanson and recorded between March and April 2002 at Jackpot! Studio in Portland, Oregon. The album peaked at number 107 in the United States on the Billboard 200 and entered the Billboard Top Independent Albums at number five.

”[Sleater-Kinney’s] sharpest statement yet” [#12 / Albums of the Year 2002] - Caryn Ganz, SPIN

“Years at the top haven’t dulled their willingness to take risks, and that’s just what they do, spectacularly, on One Beat”. [9.1/10] Brendan Reid, Pitchfork

The album has been freshly remastered by Greg Calbi for this release.
Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out
Sleater-Kinney
Dig Me Out
LP | 1997 | US | Reissue (Sub Pop)
19,99 €*
Release:1997 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sleater-Kinney was an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band’s core lineup consisted of Corin Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar and vocals), and Janet Weiss (drums). Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist, left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest.

Dig Me Out is the third studio album by Sleater-Kinney, originally released on April 8, 1997 by Kill Rock Stars. The album was produced by John Goodmanson and recorded from December 1996 to January 1997 at John and Stu’s Place in Seattle, Washington. Dig Me Out marked the debut of Janet Weiss, who became the band’s longest-serving and last drummer. Dig Me Out made several publications’ best album lists. The album appeared at #4 in The Village Voice’s “Pazz & Jop” critics’ poll for 1997. In 2001, Spin placed it at #19 on its list of “50 Most Essential Punk Records”. In 2003, the album was ranked #272 on Rolling Stone’s list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” In 2005, the album was ranked #24 in Spin’s “100 Greatest Albums, 1985–2005”. In 2012, Spin also ranked it at #74 on their “125 Best Albums of the Past 25 Years”. In 2008, the song “Dig Me Out” was ranked #44 in Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time”.

“Now [delivers] the punch their words describe…If [Sleater-Kinney] wanna be our Simone de Beauvoir, Dig Me Out proves they’re up to it.” [9/10] - Ann Powers, SPIN

The album has been freshly remastered by Greg Calbi for this release.
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