13 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Dig Me Out, Sleater-Kinney perfect the twin-voice, twin-guitar attack of their first two records, and thrust a decade of feminist DIY punk ideals into the spotlight. The pogoing "Little Babies" critiques maternal expectations, while the tangled guitars of "One More Hour" underpin lyrics about a breakup—specifically that of singers Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker. Anchored by new drummer Janet Weiss, these songs unfold like barroom brawls, with the trio jabbing at gender norms till they're the only ones left standing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Dig Me Out, Sleater-Kinney perfect the twin-voice, twin-guitar attack of their first two records, and thrust a decade of feminist DIY punk ideals into the spotlight. The pogoing "Little Babies" critiques maternal expectations, while the tangled guitars of "One More Hour" underpin lyrics about a breakup—specifically that of singers Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker. Anchored by new drummer Janet Weiss, these songs unfold like barroom brawls, with the trio jabbing at gender norms till they're the only ones left standing.

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