Sleater-Kinney

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out Dig Me Out
Pop New - LP KRS 279 Kill Rock Stars
Sealed 1997 Vinyl, Newly Reissued.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - All Hands On The Bad One All Hands On The Bad One
Pop Used - LP KRS 360 Kill Rock Stars
2000 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Sleater-Kinney Switched Gears On Their Follow-Up To The Challenging, Introspective The Hot Rock, Delivering Their Brightest, Most Accessible Album To Date With All Hands On The Bad One. That's Partly Due To A Renewed Assurance In Craft -- The Arrangements Here Are The Most Refined Of The Group's Career, And Their Performances The Most Polished. Corin Tucker Seems To Be In Complete Command Of Her Voice As An Instrument, Delivering Her Most Nuanced Vocal Performance To Date. Tucker And Carrie Brownstein's Guitar Interplay Is Up To Their Usual Standard Of Intricacy, But Instead Of Wildly Careening Off One Another, The Two Mesh More Seamlessly Than They Ever Have. Plus, Drummer Janet Weiss Had Been Honing Her Skills As A Backup Vocalist, And The Group Makes Full Use Of That Extra Instrument, Packing The Tracks With Lilting Three-Part Harmonies. Yet All Of This Craft And Control Shouldn't Be Taken As Evidence That Sleater-Kinney Has Toned Down The Passion That Makes Them So Exciting. Even If All Hands On The Bad One Isn't As Desperately Cathartic As Their Previous Records, There's A Contagious Exuberance In The Performances, And The Band Is Absolutely Brimming With Confidence And Vitality.” – Steve Huey, AMG... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - Hot Rock Hot Rock
Pop New Release KRS 321 Kill Rock Stars
Sealed 1999 Vinyl, Barcode Sticker Over Shrink. Newly Repressed.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out Dig Me Out
Pop Used - LP KRS 279 Kill Rock Stars
Rare 1997 Original With Illustrated Lyric Insert. Not The Recent Reissue. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “Having Reinvented The Girl-Punk Wheel With Call The Doctor, Sleater-Kinney Continues To Expand The Boundaries Of The Form With The Stunning Dig Me Out. Leaner And More Intricate Than Its Predecessor, The Record Is Remarkably Confident And Mature; Instead Of Succumbing To The Pressures Of "Next Big Thing" Status, The Trio Finds Vindication In All Of Their Critical Adulation -- The Vocals Are Even More Ferocious, The Melodies Are Even More Infectious, And The Ideals Are Even More Passionate.” Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - One Beat One Beat
Pop Used - LP KRS 387 Kill Rock Stars
2002 Original With Bonus Poster, 7 Inch Single, Kill Rock Stars 2002 Catalog And Illustrated Lyric Insert. LP Appears Unplayed. “Having Consolidated Their Strengths With All Hands On The Bad One, Sleater-Kinney Revived The Ambition Of The Hot Rock On Their Sixth Album, One Beat. John Goodmanson Gives The Group Its Cleanest-Sounding Production To Date, Which Brings Out All The New Trappings In The Ever More Sophisticated Arrangements. "Step Aside" Boasts Trumpet And Sax, "The Remainder" A String Section, Several Tracks Are Colored With Delightfully Weird Vintage Synths (The Sort Favored By Brian Eno Or Pere Ubu), And There's Even A Theremin On "Funeral Song." Lyrically, One Beat Is Haunted By September 11; "Faraway" And The Cry Of Dissent "Combat Rock" Are Some Of The Strongest Statements On The Tragedy Any Artist Has Yet Released, And The Backdrop Lends A New Urgency To Corin Tucker's Pleas For A Better World For Her New Son, Not To Mention The Personal Catharsis Of "O2." All Of This Makes One Beat A Much More Effective Stab At Maturity Than The Often-Difficult The Hot Rock. True, The Group Does Occasionally Fall Into The Angularity That Made The Hot Rock Their Least Immediate Effort, But One Beat Offers More Rewards Upon Repeated Plays -- The More Challenging Tracks Eventually Do Sink In. The Album Does Have Its Minor Drawbacks -- Carrie Brownstein's Vocals Can Be A Bit Precious At Times, And The Pointed 9/11 Observations Make The Occasional Feminist Sloganeering Sound Like Nothing The Group Hasn't Done Better Elsewhere. All Of Which Is To Say That If You've Never Understood The Cultish Adoration Surrounding Sleater-Kinney, One Beat Isn't Likely To Change Your Mind. But If You're Already On Board With Their Idiosyncrasies, One Beat Is Another Triumph From A Band That Seems To Produce Them With Startling Regularity.” Steve Huey, AMG.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - Woods Woods
Pop Colored Vinyl SP 670 Sub Pop
Gorgeous 2005 2LP (1 Green, 1 Brown) Gatefold Original. Side D Has A Silk Screened Design. Only Copy We Have Ever Seen.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - Hot Rock Hot Rock
Pop Used - LP KRS 321 Kill Rock Stars
Rare 1999 Original Pressing With Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - One Beat One Beat
Pop Used - LP KRS 387 Kill Rock Stars
Beautiful 2002 Original With Bonus Poster, No Single. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Having Consolidated Their Strengths With All Hands On The Bad One, Sleater-Kinney Revived The Ambition Of The Hot Rock On Their Sixth Album, One Beat. John Goodmanson Gives The Group Its Cleanest-Sounding Production To Date, Which Brings Out All The New Trappings In The Ever More Sophisticated Arrangements. "Step Aside" Boasts Trumpet And Sax, "The Remainder" A String Section, Several Tracks Are Colored With Delightfully Weird Vintage Synths (The Sort Favored By Brian Eno Or Pere Ubu), And There's Even A Theremin On "Funeral Song." Lyrically, One Beat Is Haunted By September 11; "Faraway" And The Cry Of Dissent "Combat Rock" Are Some Of The Strongest Statements On The Tragedy Any Artist Has Yet Released, And The Backdrop Lends A New Urgency To Corin Tucker's Pleas For A Better World For Her New Son, Not To Mention The Personal Catharsis Of "O2." All Of This Makes One Beat A Much More Effective Stab At Maturity Than The Often-Difficult The Hot Rock. True, The Group Does Occasionally Fall Into The Angularity That Made The Hot Rock Their Least Immediate Effort, But One Beat Offers More Rewards Upon Repeated Plays -- The More Challenging Tracks Eventually Do Sink In. The Album Does Have Its Minor Drawbacks -- Carrie Brownstein's Vocals Can Be A Bit Precious At Times, And The Pointed 9/11 Observations Make The Occasional Feminist Sloganeering Sound Like Nothing The Group Hasn't Done Better Elsewhere. All Of Which Is To Say That If You've Never Understood The Cultish Adoration Surrounding Sleater-Kinney, One Beat Isn't Likely To Change Your Mind. But If You're Already On Board With Their Idiosyncrasies, One Beat Is Another Triumph From A Band That Seems To Produce Them With Startling Regularity.” Steve Huey, AMG.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - Start Together 1994-2006 Start Together 1994-2006
Pop New - LP SP 1110 Sub Pop
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 7LP Box Set. Sleater-Kinney Was An Acclaimed, American Rock Band That Formed In Olympia, Washington In 1994. The Band’s Core Lineup Consisted Of Corin Tucker (Vocals And Guitar), Carrie Brownstein (Guitar And Vocals), And Janet Weiss (Drums). Sleater-Kinney Were Known For Their Feminist, Left-Leaning Politics, And Were An Integral Part Of The Riot Grrrl And Indie Rock Scenes In The Pacific Northwest. Start Together Is A Deluxe Box Set Compiling All Seven Of Sleater-Kinney’s Critically-Acclaimed Albums, Plus A 44-Page Hardcover Book And An Art Print. Each Album (With The Exception Of The Woods) Has Been Freshly Remastered By Greg Calbi For This Release.... more details
 
Sleater-Kinney - No Cities To Love No Cities To Love
Pop New - LP SP1100 Sub Pop
Sealed, Out Of Print 2015 Limited Edition, Deluxe Box Set. Contains 180gm White Vinyl, Bonus 12 Inch Featuring Two New Exclusive Tracks, Fold Out Poster.... more details
 

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