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Sleater-Kinney – Dig Me Out (1997) CD Album

Band: Sleater-Kinney

Album: Dig Me Out

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Indie Rock

Label: Kill Rock Stars

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 13 Tracks CD Album

Formed in Olympia, WA in 1994.
Went on "indefinite hiatus" in 2006.
Reformed in 2014.

These Portland, Oregon-native female punk rockers were in the middle of the Riot Grrrl scene in the 90s, and they were one of the few to survive the inevitable backlash (along with Allison Wolfe and Kathleen Hanna).

Sleater-Kinney (the name) is taken from a local freeway off-ramp. Originally, the band was Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein's side-project. The Australian-born Lora Macfarlane became the band's first permanent drummer in late 1994. In 1997, Janet Weiss became their new drummer.

After a few albums recorded with John Goodmanson in Portland, OR (which had become their home town), they went into an unfamiliar studio with Dave Fridmann in late 2004, to record their first album for Sub Pop. (...)

13 Tracks
1 Dig Me Out2:40
2 One More Hour3:19
3 Turn It On2:47
4 The Drama You've Been Craving2:08
5 Heart Factory3:54
6 Words And Guitar2:21
7 It's Enough1:46
8 Little Babies2:22
9 Not What You Want3:17
10 Buy Her Candy2:02
11 Things You Say2:56
12 Dance Song '972:49
13 Jenny4:03

Recorded at John and Stu's Place, Seattle, WA, December 1996 and January 1997.

All songs by Sleater-Kinney copyright 1997

℗ Code Word Nemesis, ASCAP

From booklet (to explain the 'All Additional Instruments' credit):

"All additional instruments played by Sleater-Kinney except saxophone on 'It's Enough' by Jessica Lurie"

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