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"Although many of Armisen and Brownsteins characters reflect the self-regarding culture of hipster one-up-manship...it never feels like Portlandia is entirely mocking its subject."Uncut41.04771

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Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.136) - Ranked # 15 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...A diamond of a pop-rock record..."Rolling Stone (3/4/99, p.88) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...the overall mood and tempo are downbeat, with heavy aura of New Wave Eurogloom....As THE HOT ROCK proves, these birlliant punk pranksters can end up anywhere they like..."Spin (p.95) - "Wherein both the Beatles and the Stones of riot grrrl temper their breakneck aggression with something knottier, artier, more emotionally fraught..."Entertainment Weekly (2/19-2/26/99, p.134) - "...Carrie Brownstein's Morse-code guitar is brighter and more piercing than ever, and Corin Tucker's ululating, straining-the-leash wail continues to scorch ears and level buildings...It's Sleater-Kinney's most finely turned record....the music never falters..." - Rating: AQ (5/99, p.114) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...jagged melodies, jerky rhythms, crisp rolling drumbeats and skeetering guitar lines are their musical calling cards....the bulk of these songs steam in at a regulation three and a half minutes of short, sharp punchy blasts of melody and agression."0.4224713

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Rolling Stone (5/15/97, p.112) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...Although they may shatter guitar conventions a la Sonic Youth, embrace full-blooded emotion like PJ Harvey, write chunky hooks on a par with Kurt Cobain and embody the verve of America's DIY underground...[Sleater-Kinney] has forged a niche all its own..."Spin (9/99, p.128) - Ranked #21 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/98, p.86) - Ranked #3 on Spin's list of the "Top 20 Albums Of The Year."Spin (5/01, p.109) - Ranked #19 in Spin's "50 Most Essential Punk Records".Spin (6/97, p.117) - 9 (out 10) - "...From start to finish, DIG ME OUT aims for this place of undiluted emotion, where girlishness yields to the rage and joy of women who feel no need to charm..."Entertainment Weekly (4/25/97, p.71) - "...The guitar squall of Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein proves they can play with the boys, but it's their interlocking vocals--sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes dizzying--that propel the album's best songs..." - Rating: B+Alternative Press (7/01, p.96) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Women's Rock Albums" - "...Corin Tucker was one of the most melodic riot grrls..."Option (5-6/97, p.127) - "...a bad-ass rock 'n' roll band confidently struttin' its stuff....Only Fugazi and the late Team Dresch have made punk sound this good recently....Look out world--Sleater-Kinney has arrived."Melody Maker (10/25/97, p.51) - "A giant of a record....what's happening here probably has more to do with the future than the past....[but] as your ears adjust, the songs start to take their own addictive pop shape."Village Voice (4/15/97, pp.62-63) - "One reason you know they're young is that they obviously believe they can rock and roll at this pitch forever. Whatever the verbal message of their intricate, deeply uptempo simplicity...it's overrun by their excited mastery and runaway glee..." - Rating: ANME (Magazine) (10/18/97, p.57) - 8 (out of 10) - "...a collection snappy punk/pop moments...resembling The Go-Gos on crystal meth....a Hole lot better than you-know-who."0.2816476

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.63) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (6/13/96, p.82) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...use bratty power punk as a springboard into broader sounds and ideas....Tucker and Brownstein sing about internal girl frustration...while the...accessible music rails with a menacing edge. Tucker's voice is distinctive...and intense, but she's not so serious that she can't have fun..."Spin (1/97, p.59) - Ranked #18 on Spin's list of the "20 Best Albums of '96."Spin (3/96, pp.111-112) - 8 (out of 10) - "...vital....[It] trades sex-worker role-playing, doll parts, gender-bending, and other common female-rock tropes for stories of everyday struggle...[and] proves that punk still offers new ways to say no..."Option (7-8/96, p.131) - "...cuts through layers of grrrlish hype to reach the heart of the DIY punk ethos....should be required listening for every pubescent girl in need of an ego lift....Sleater-Kinney rocks the so-called indie competition right off the Richter scale."Village Voice (2/25/97) - Ranked #3 in the Village Voice's 1996 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.New York Times (Publisher) (6/2/96, Sec.2, p.28) - "...Ms. Tucker...has a sharp, rich voice that vibrates with yearning and defiance. The band's chief asset may actually be its guitar work: Carrie Bronstein's staccato riffs lead Ms. Tucker's distorted chords in a dizzying call and response..."0.249602

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