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|1. The Ballad Of A Ladyman|
|3. All Hands On The Bad One (mp3)|
|4. Youth Decay|
|5. You're No Rock N' Roll Fun|
|6. #1 Must Have|
|7. The Professional|
|8. Was It A Lie?|
|9. Male Model|
|10. Leave You Behind|
|11. Milkshake N' Honey|
|13. The Swimmer|
Great guitar riffs, hooks that grab you and don't let go - and even vocal harmonies on this.
If you like REAL music by bands who can write songs, play instruments, and look darn good while they're doing it, this album is for you.
A powerfully inventive and unique album, "All Hands on the Bad One," is certainly one of the best Sleater-Kinney records made.
I love All Hands. A lot. I've owned every digital version so far and when the remasters hit I was a little impressed with what I thought was a slightly richer mix. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas Ford
I couldn't find my cd (probably over 10 years old or so now) that I hoped to add to my digital collection but this one has better sound quality anyway. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jessica
if your ears could smell crap that's the sensation you'd get. I can't understand how anyone can judge this mouseketeer, garage band done by middle school kids whose parents bought... Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by Jo deane
I'm not that familiar with Sleater-Kinney which may make me a more credible reviewer than someone caught up with their personal histrionics. Read morePublished on July 30, 2011 by Scott B. Saul
I think this is definitely one of the finest things to have come out of the riot grrl movement, even though many might split hairs and classify Sleater-Kinney as a "post riot grrl"... Read morePublished on January 9, 2011 by bessie
I love this album. S-K changed my life and this is a great place to start to learn about this amazing band. If you like drums this is also a great album to check out. Read morePublished on March 30, 2010 by G. Drechsel
LOVE IT <3
I picked this up from the library and instantly fell in love with this band.
This is the stuff that rock 'n' roll dreams are made of. I mean, this album has thirteen songs on it, and all of them explode with the kind of animal exuberance, melodic violence,... Read morePublished on September 14, 2008 by Laszlo Matyas