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|1. Start Together|
|2. Hot Rock|
|3. The End Of You|
|4. Burn, Don't Freeze!|
|5. God Is A Number|
|6. Banned From The End Of The World|
|7. Don't Talk Like|
|8. Get Up|
|9. One Song For You|
|10. The Size Of Our Love|
|11. Living In Exile|
|12. Memorize Your Lines|
|13. A Quarter To Three|
Somehow they have created music that is both powerful and beautiful.
Sleater-Kinney has been my favorite band for some time now, and through my exploration of their works I've never been let down by a single album, or a single song.
First of all, I must say that I'm tired of people commenting on Sleater-Kinney and reviewing their albums without ever listening to their music.
It takes a lot at my age to get my ass kicked, and this album has totally entranced me. The guitar work goes into waters not yet discovered. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Dailey
I did not really think this album was anything special the first time I listened to it. I thought, "well, it doesn't sound terrible"
Luckily for me, I was too lazy to... Read more
First of all, I must say that I'm tired of people commenting on Sleater-Kinney and reviewing their albums without ever listening to their music. Read morePublished on January 5, 2008 by Megzi
The title may seem drastic, but you know they deserve it. First off to other reviewers who hear this album once then claim they hate should not be allaowed to review. Read morePublished on September 22, 2006
Also, pay attention to the fluctuating 4 to 4-and-a-half star rating this album got as of 1999, after 84 reviews. Read morePublished on June 27, 2006 by KC
During Pearl Jam's riot act tour in 2003, Sleater Kinney was
the opening band.I got tickets for the show. Read more
Saw them last year in the UK, really thought they were excellent
Just got round to getting this and I have to say that it is brilliant...melodic and intense. Read more
Sleater-Kinney has been my favorite band for some time now, and through my exploration of their works I've never been let down by a single album, or a single song. Read morePublished on August 28, 2004 by Anita-Exira