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Album Review

Inzombia takes Slant 6's trademark style — fierce guitar work somewhere between new wave bubblepunk and the lighter side of D.C. hardcore — and gives it a chance to work as an album (Soda Pop Rip Off, the band's other full release, is more of a collection of separate recordings). Given this, and the album's horror B-movie theme, it ends up with far more texture and depth than the band's more single-oriented work, and this is definitely a good thing for them. The song-oriented rockers are still there ("Partner in Crime," "Babydoll"), but they're set into place by tracks like the goofy "Retro Duck," the surfy "Instrumental,") and the sparse "Click-Click," making the album better as a total listening experience. The trade-off is that there isn't as much material there as on Soda Pop Rip Off. It's also interesting to hear their sound — Christina Billote's all-downstroke guitar and sly vocals — as prefiguring that of bands like Sleater-Kinney, who created such a buzz a few years later.

Customer Reviews

Slant 6 Rules

Coming from DC these ladies made an impact for there short term life. Here you have Christina Billotte (Autoclave, Quixotic,Casual Dots) early years rocking harder than any of her previous bands. Incredible you can find it on Itunes due to the albums being out of print. Check this ladies out they rock and you won't be dissapointed.

Who knew?!

I remember first seeing them in a wee little blip in Rolling Stone. Then, in a little record store in waterville, maine, I found it. All in the same day. Had to buy it just for that reason, but then it proceeded to blow my little mind. This is just great stuff, damn good fun. I mean ten years later and I'm still screaming out the songs. It's so short though, just like the time span of the band and I was so sad when they broke up so soon after this damn fine recording. Soda Pop was good, really good actually, but still just a step to the perfection that was this disc. Wish we could of got more. Yes it is that good and only the white stripes today carry this kind of music anymore (at least in the "main stream"). They really could have changed everything! Ok not everything but DAMN music would be a LOT better today if they did more. Yep.

Heck Yeah, Slant 6

I love this band!!!! I have had Inzombia and Soda Pop Rip Off on Vinyl for years. I got them when for so cheap when Dischord Records went out of business. This album is absolutely awesome; you should have this in your collection. I did not know that iTunes would even have Slant 6. I pulled out my albums yesterday and reminisced about college, but I now need to get them on my iPod. If you do not have Slant 6, check em out, you will not be disappointed. The music is simple yet gratifying and girl-tastic! I am so excited!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Taking their name from a Dodge engine, Slant 6 emerged on the Washington DC scene in the summer of 1992. Made up of Myra Power (Lucky 13), Christina Billotte (Autoclave), and Marge Marshall, they went into the studio and produced a three song single for Dischord in 1993, and toured the U.S. for much of that year. Their first album, Soda Pop Rip Off, was recorded in Washington DC, and was produced by longtime Dischord mainstay Don Zientara and Fugazi guitarist Ian MacKaye. A second album, Inzombia,...
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