10 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The anthems of female solidarity—“Hell on Heels,” “Takin’ Pills”—take just the right tone, playful but not corny. And when the group addresses social issues relevant to their constituency—whether the interfamily conflicts of “Family Feud” or the depression depicted in the devastatingly beautiful “Housewife’s Prayer”—they let the pain and confusion of life linger in a way that's truthful, mature, and utterly extraordinary.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The anthems of female solidarity—“Hell on Heels,” “Takin’ Pills”—take just the right tone, playful but not corny. And when the group addresses social issues relevant to their constituency—whether the interfamily conflicts of “Family Feud” or the depression depicted in the devastatingly beautiful “Housewife’s Prayer”—they let the pain and confusion of life linger in a way that's truthful, mature, and utterly extraordinary.

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