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This collection, released in June 1998, features three 7”s of non-LP Bikini Kill material released on the Kill Rock Stars label in the ‘90s. The Joan Jett–produced versions of “New Radio” and “Rebel Girl” are among the most vicious yet complete-sounding recordings the band ever made. Leader Kathleen Hanna and her Riot Grrrl politics birthed the band and boosted their visibility, but they always rocked. Each of the nine tracks has energy, a melody, and a wall of guitars that make it as essential as predecessors like The Sex Pistols, The Clash, and The Damned, as well as later contemporaries Sleater-Kinney, who extended pieces of Bikini Kill's mission.

Customer Reviews


Never going to get tired of this sound going to play these songs for days to come

This is a fun selection

And some of the best screaming when Kathleen Hanna is turning the way concerts are for women kind on its head. A great first collection if you are discovering Bikini Kill , Le Tigre and The Julie Ruin stuff for the first time.

Love this band

I recently discovered this band and they are awesome!


Formed: October, 1990 in Olympia, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The point band of the early-'90s riot grrrl movement, Olympia, Washington's Bikini Kill exploded onto the male-dominated indie rock scene by fusing the visceral power of punk with the impassioned ideals of feminism. Calling for "Revolution Girl Style Now," the group's fiercely polemical and anthemic music helped give rise to a newly empowered generation of women in rock, presaging the dominance female artists would enjoy throughout the decade. Bikini Kill formed in the late '80s at Olympia's liberal...
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