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Dig Me Out

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Dig Me Out
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One More Hour
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Turn It On
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The Drama You've Been Craving
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Heart Factory
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Words and Guitar
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It's Enough
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Little Babies
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Not What You Want
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Buy Her Candy
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Things You Say
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Dance Song '97
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Jenny
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 36:27

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Ann Powers

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Ann Powers is the author of Weird Like Us: My Bohemian America and co-editor of Rock She Wrote: Women Write About Rock, Pop, and Rap. She is a former pop critic...more »

04.30.09
Sleater-Kinney, Dig Me Out
2014 | Label: Sub Pop Records

t the end of the decade of "women in rock" (yes, Virginia, we only get one), this trio born of the Northwest "riot grrrl" scene defined feminist punk by ingraining the lessons they'd learned in their Women Studies classes as deeply into their music as phallocentrism is etched into the sound of Led Zep or Snoop Dog. Go beyond the lyrics (which do read like a punk Sisterhood Is Powerful) to revel in the non-linear… read more »

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Dig Me Out

BrianSnat

The best album from one of the finest rock/punk bands of the 90's, Sleater Kinney is one of the few bands that became somewhat popular yet kept the punk attitude. The anger, the furious vocals and thrashing guitars mixed with some great melodies and hooks. I think this is one of the best albums made by anyone, in any genre of music. A true classic.

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