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  • CD (25 mars 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00000219M
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  1. Call The Doctor
  2. Hubcap
  3. Little Mouth
  4. Anonymous
  5. Stay Where You Are
  6. Good Things
  7. I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
  8. Taking Me Home
  9. Taste Test
  10. My Stuff
  11. I'm Not Waiting
  12. Heart Attack


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C'est le premier album, et c'est donc le galop d'essai d'un groupe qui fera date au sein de la musique alternative... On y sent influences mélodiques qui régissent le mouvement post-grunge, le tout mélangé avec un sens aigu des harmonies distordues pourtant si magnifiques et trippantes... Du pur génie alternatif en concentré.
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HASH(0x951c6d2c) étoiles sur 5 Sleater-Kinney's coming of age, both thunderous and textured 9 août 1999
Par D. Mok - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Call the Doctor is the blinding work of genius that was the true signifier that Sleater-Kinney had arrived.
This was the band's critical breakthrough and, not surprisingly, also the band's strongest collection of songs until The Hot Rock.
It always pays to put some thought and muscle into your songwriting and this album is proof. Corin doesn't have to scream as much to be heard (when she does, though, on "I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone", it arrests your attention because she isn't doing it on every song anymore); arrangements and performances can be subtle (eg. on that simple two-note riff to the bridge of "Call the Doctor", the quiet guitars on the verse to "Joey Ramone", the backing vocals on "Stay Where You Are", the sparse, effective "Hubcap"), and the band shines through with unshowy, rock-solid prowess.
To call this "punk rock" is too simple. Both Call the Doctor and The Hot Rock transcend the punk roots of Sleater-Kinney's individual members into something far more lasting and evocative. For all the yelling and controversy the riot grrls aspired to (eg. Tribe 8's ridiculous, sensationalistic act, Bikini Kill's mouthy Kathleen Hanna, Courtney Love baring her breasts left and right), this is the truly worthy legacy left by the female punk movement: Brilliant music that makes you feel the beating of your own heart; messages that transcend gender lines; full-fledged proof that women are equals to men in rock, without ever having to say anything overt about it. Sleater-Kinney don't mouth off with empty slogans -- it shows you what it means, and convinces you by its undeniable ability.
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HASH(0x94af9150) étoiles sur 5 By any measure, a flat out musical masterpiece 13 avril 2006
Par Robert Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sleater-Kinney is a band I can only talk about using superlatives. Easily the best all-female band in the history of rock. In my opinion the best rock band of the past decade based on actual output (I defy anyone to name a band that has produced six albums as great as Sleater-Kinney has in the past ten years; Belle and Sebastian can come close, but too much of their work of the past five years has been uneven). They were originally viewed as the best of the second wave of riot grrrl bands, but I think that has obscured just how extraordinary this band is. Our society tends to marginalize too many women artists and performers by relegating them to "Female" status, much as I did in the second sentence of this review. Mind you, they are the greatest female rock band ever, but there is a sense in which that helps obscure just how great they are. Radiohead is a great band, but their output from 1996 to the present is not nearly as impressive as Sleater-Kinney's.

CALL THE DOCTOR is my favorite Sleater-Kinney album, but that isn't to say anything bad about the five albums that came after. Employing the Pitchforkmedia rating system, I would give around a 9.4 to CALL THE DOCTOR, and between 8.0 and 9.2 to the next five (which is actually pretty close to what Pitchfork gives them, which, again, no other band I know can match). Other people will prefer ONE BEAT or THE WOODS or DIG ME OUT, but I just like the hooks of CALL THE DOCTOR a bit more than the others. But I truly do consider all six of their post-debut albums--CALL THE DOCTOR (1996), DIG ME OUT (1997), THE HOT ROCK (1999), ALL HANDS ON THE BAD ONE (2000), ONE BEAT (2002), and THE WOODS (2005)--to be absolutely essential. In my opinion, based on this output, Sleater-Kinney has to be accounted not merely the best band of the past decade, but one of the finest bands ever.

Their eponymous debut album was good, but not really great. It indicated promise more than fulfilled potential. But CALL THE DOCTOR was the real McCoy. It was political and feminist without preaching or being too blatant (striking the same kind of balance that The Clash excelled at). Musically, they weren't just hard rocking, but melodic even at their loudest. Although most people when talking of Sleater-Kinney's musical antecedents mention bands like Bikini Kill and Bratmobile, the name I keep thinking of when I hear they way they use guitars is that of another Portland performer: Greg Sage. Granted, Sage's band The Wipers influenced almost every Pacific Northwest band that came after it (Kurt Cobain was up front about Sage's influence on Nirvana), so Sage's influence could easily be indirect. But I'd be amazed if the band's approach wasn't to some degree in direct emulation of Sage. Whatever the source, Sleater-Kinney managed to be melodic, passionate, hard-driving, and really, really loud all at the same time. They possessed a seemingly endless supply of great musical ideas (a font that ten years later that shows no signs of going dry), innovative use of twin lead guitars (on record usually overdubbing a bass and occasionally using a bass live as well, though usually going with two guitars). And the singing is just exceptional. My three favorite female singers at present are Polly Jean Harvey, Karen O. of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Corin Tucker. This really is a band that has everything.

But the thing that really shows how far Sleater-Kinney came from their debut album was the quality of the songwriting. It isn't less political (though it is less in-your-face), but the message is contained within musically compelling songs. A book I especially admire is Susan Faludi's BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN, published in 1991 about the widespread reaction to feminism that arose in the 1980s. My one disagreement with her great book is her failure to notice the tremendous gains women were making in youth culture in the late eighties and early nineties. While the nineties lacked many of the political victories that those concerned with women's issues would have liked to see, there is no question that even as Faludi wrote a host of women on the periphery were engaging in irrepressible acts of self-assertion and self-definition. Right Wing fundamentalist Beverly LaHaye might be urging women to be subservient and submissive to their husbands, but these women were having none of it. These were, after all, women who didn't want to be mothers and wives, but Joey Ramones. They weren't waiting till they grew up to be women.

If you love hard rock, this is a must-own album. Not just that, you can't really claim to love hard rock if you don't own their last six albums. And it is time people started recognizing these guys for what they are: the world's best rock band. They shouldn't be opening for Pearl Jam; Pearl Jam should be opening for them.
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HASH(0x94af91c8) étoiles sur 5 Close to Perfection! 29 juillet 2003
Par Shon Downing - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Before I begin, I must let you know where I am coming from, I am a gay African-American male, very much into punk/alternative/whateva it's called these days. My introduction to SK came at a time when I was invovled in a BAD relationship and I happened to hear some talk about how good it was, so I decided to check it out.
IT IS BETTER THAN GOOD! It's EXCELLENT! From the stanza of "Call The Docotor" ... "they want to socialize you....dignify, analyze, terrorize you" I was hooked! Who wouldn't be? SK personifies all the emotions of any under-dog of society (or so they make us out to be), no matter who they may be (female, abused, ethinic, etc.) and screams, plays and ROCKS them into a complete fruition of being. This band should have gotten a Grammy for this fine example of punk rock agression mixed with sympathetic/empathetic emotion.
Then I heard "Good Things" and my world transformed. I instantly related the song to my current state and found the strength to move on to something more productive and healthy besides a messed up (I'm being quite tame) realtionship. "Getting better, worse, I cannot tell..." says it all. "Why do good things never want to stay?", well, I guess I will never know the answer to that, but thanks to SK I know that even the bad has an alternate side that will sometimes purge itself out. "This time I wiil be alright, this time I will be ok..." are words that I will take with me to my grave.
This band was able to transcend pure enlightment to me in the course of a CD....do I need to say more? Did I mention the other songs? I don't even need too.
Just buy it! It's well worth it!
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HASH(0x94af9558) étoiles sur 5 4½ stars if I could 17 mars 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Call the Doctor was the first Sleater-Kinney album I bought, and now I own them all and I've seen them in concert twice. Simply: if you're even considering buying this album, you should do it. It's virtually unparalleled as punk-pop, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a song with more energy than "Little Mouth", or a song that grows on you the way "I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone" will. If you've never heard Sleater-Kinney, their honesty and energy will blow you away. If you have, this record isn't as polished as The Hot Rock or Dig Me Out, but this album is distinguished from the others by the complete absence of filler -- every one's a keeper, and if a gem like the title track or the ones mentioned above happen to stand out, it's not for lack of competition.
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HASH(0x951c6f48) étoiles sur 5 There are no words... 24 janvier 2003
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Format: CD
I got this cd, not even a week ago now, and I can't not be listening to it. Even when I'm out to dinner with my friends, the songs are stuck in my head for hours on end. I wasn't sure that I would like it as I'm a devoted fan of The Hot Rock (don't buy the reviews that it's not a phenomenal album, it grows on you like ivy and takes over your entire being). I think at this point my roommate can sing along with me, and she does not enjoy SK to the point that I do. This album is pure heaven. period end of story. I dare you to listen to it and not fall in love.
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