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Call the Doctor

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Call the Doctor
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Hubcap
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Little Mouth
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Anonymous
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Stay Where You Are
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Good Things
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I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
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Taking Me Home
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Taste Test
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My Stuff
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I'm Not Waiting
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Heart Attack
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 29:58

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Nick Marino

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Paste magazine's former managing editor, Nick Marino has published music writing in Entertainment Weekly, Spin, the Boston Globe, the Atlanta Journal-Constituti...more »

04.11.11
Sleater-Kinney, Call The Doctor
2014 | Label: Sub Pop Records

Without losing any bite, Sleater-Kinney’s sophomore release was more fun, more self-assured, rangier and just plain better than the band’s self-titled debut. The band showed real growth, especially considering how quickly this record followed the first one, and Call the Doctor hinted at the full-on awesomeness of Dig Me Out, which was right around the corner. Weiss’s drums help immeasurably, keeping listeners guessing with playful misdirection, while Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein were beginning to… read more »

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