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Sleater-Kinney Live in Paris

March 7, 2017 Leave a comment


Sleater-Kinney has to be experienced live to be fully appreciated.

One of the original riot grrrl bands, as well as one of the pioneer bands of the Northwest indie-rock scene, the band rocks with the best of them, has a longtime commitment to social justice, and is a musical force that has influenced countless other bands.

In 2015, the band went on a comeback tour of sorts. Live in Paris is a showcase of that tour and the impressive trio of women behind the band.

From Pitchfork:

“If there is one unifying thread among many of the songs that make the cut on Live in Paris, it’s not just that they’re late-era Sleater-Kinney highlights (five of the 13 songs come from No Cities to Love, four from 2005’s The Woods). From the post-recession terror of opening track “Price Tag” to the sly sendup of capitalist femininity on closing song “Modern Girl,” the tracklist emphasizes what Sleater-Kinney does best: playing not just with urgent feeling, but in service of immense meaning. Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein, and Janet Weiss came back swinging in 2015 as strongly as they ever had—a gift considering how rarely it happens in rock. Live in Paris is the victory lap leaving us wanting more.”

Here’s the tracklist from the album:

01. Price Tag
02. Oh!
03. What’s Mine is Yours
04. A New Wave
05. Start Together
06. No Cities to Love
07. Surface Envy
08. I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
09. Turn It On
10. Entertain
11. Jumpers
12. Dig Me Out
13. Modern Girl