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The First Two Records

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Double Dare Ya
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Liar
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Carnival
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Suck My Left One
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Feels Blind
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Thurston Hearts The Who
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White Boy
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This Is Not A Test
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Don't Need You
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Jigsaw Youth
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Resist Psychic Death
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Rebel Girl
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Outta Me
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George Bush Is a Pig
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I Busted in Your Chevy Window
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Get Out
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Why
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Fuck Twin Peaks
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Girl Soldier
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Not Right Now
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 47:39

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04.30.09
Bikini Kill, CD Version of the First Two Records
2014 | Label: Bikini Kill Records

"We're Bikini Kill, and we want revolution girl style noooooow!" On this album's first song, nestled between shards of feedback, lead singer Kathleen Hanna howled the battle cry that lit riot grrrl afire. But it wasn't a double dare, it was a promise: for an instigative seven years, Bikini Kill dealt fierce blows to punk rock's misogynist "White Boy" (as one song is titled) through abrasive guitar blasts and lyrics that combined feminist polemic with… read more »

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