Sleater-Kinney - Call the Doctor

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Artist Name:Sleater-Kinney
Tracks Length:12 Tracks
Record Company:Chainsaw
Release Date:Mar 25, 1996
Genres:Riot Grrrl
Summary Of Call the Doctor
by Jason AnkenySleater-Kinney's masterful sophomore effort Call the Doctor fulfills all the promise of the group's debut and more, forging taut melodicism and jaw-dropping sonic complexity out of barbed-wire emotional potency. The emergence of Carrie Brownstein as an equal shareholder in Corin Tucker's vision is the key -- her four contributions (particularly "Stay Where You Are" and "I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone") are stellar, while her harmonies complete Tucker's equally superb lead turns by reading between the lines to verbalize the naked aggression at the core of the songs' polemic power. Forget the riot grrrl implications inherent in the trio's music -- Call the Doctor is pure, undiluted punk, and it's brilliant. Call the Doctor include Taking Me Home, Taste Test, Anonymous, Call the Doctor, Good Things, Heart Attack, Hubcap, I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone, I'm Not Waiting, Little Mouth, My Stuff, Stay Where You Are
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