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  • CD (23 février 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00000HF6J
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Format: CD
Cet album de Sleater Kinney, le 3e LP du groupe, est un petit bijou de créativité punk, de pureté alternative : les voix féminines s'entremêlent et jouent sur l'harmonie discordante (je sais c'est bizarre, mais mélangez une voix tremolo a une petite voix douce, et imaginez le résultat). Musicalement, il s'agit d'un mix entre les sonorités de Sonic Youth, les riffs punks lancinants de B52's et une pêche d'enfer. A noter l'esprit hésitant entre mélancolie amère et ballades joyeusement accelerées. L'optimisme prend le pas sur l'obscurité.
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Du pop-rock ou plutôt de la power-pop de qualité et je vais creuser la discographie de Sleater-Kinney car déjà, un album récent, "The Wood" (pas sur du titre) était impeccable, dans un style un peu plus rock
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HASH(0x8ec19bb8) étoiles sur 5 Excellent 27 février 1999
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The first time I heard Sleater-Kinney I was immediately hooked on Corin Tucker's voice, the unbridled yell, so honest and pure indicated that here was a group with something different. When I first played The Hot Rock, I relaxed in the soothing familiar territory I had been exposed to, but this was something different. Dig Me Out was the gates of the minds of these three women, The Hot Rock is the center of that. At first listen, I thought they had proceeded past their prime, but these women are only beginning to realize themselves. Carrie Brownstein's guitar electrifies with precision, Janet's drums keep the songs together, without her the songs would not work. Not only do we get to hear the energy of Corin's voice, but Carrie Brownstein comes in to many songs, often inter-weaving voices, which is so natural that it becomes one whole part, one person alone. Carrie's solo effort on the album, The Size of Our Love, is so brutally honest I only hope she contributes more in later albums. Not only have Sleater-Kinney have grown, and become one whole group, they are now just hitting their stride. This is what music is about, conveying thoughts and actions into sound. Sleater-Kinney do it so brilliantly I am grateful to be able to experience their music, and only hope people will realize that these three women comprise one of the greatest bands of the decade.
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HASH(0x8ec1a03c) étoiles sur 5 Not Everyone Will Get It (Nor Should They) 9 décembre 1999
Par Steve Firstenburg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm glad that a lot of people who have written reviews of "The Hot Rock" are disappointed by it or don't "get it". Sleater-Kinney isn't for everyone but to me there are few bands that are better than them. I don't see S-K filling stadiums or being played at frat parties. They're a small band with a small loyal following and that's fine by me. I have never been a big fan of the so-called "Riot Grrl" movement that S-K emerged from. Bikini Kill, Huggy Bear, et. al. left a bad taste in my mouth. Too narrow-minded and one-dimensional in their approach to music. If you heard one song, you heard them all. This isn't the case with Sleater-Kinney. Somehow they have created music that is both powerful and beautiful. Why people call S-K "punk" is beyond me. I associate punk with primitive, noisy, abrasive sounding music. Sleater-Kinney on the other hand is melodic with each song sounding unique and entrancing. Sure, Corin and Carrie tend to yell a lot of their lyrics instead of "sing" but it works with the music that goes along with it. Their forth album, "The Hot Rock", is an almost perfect album. I listen to it constantly. It's on par with "Dig Me Out", Sleater-Kinney's third and most critically praised album. The only setback for them is the title song, "Hot Rock". But that song is better than the best output of a thousand other bands. That's how good Sleater-Kinney is. For anyone curious as to what S-K is about, I suggest buying "Dig Me Out". After that turns you on to the band, then come back here and marvel at the brillance that is "The Hot Rock".
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HASH(0x8ec1a060) étoiles sur 5 Intimate and intricate 27 juin 2005
Par Lucy Snowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a fan from the beginning, and this is my favorite Sleater-Kinney album (though THE WOODS is now vying for the title!). The others always get talked up more than this, arguably their most intimate and painful record. I don't know if it's the production, the lyrics, or the music itself, but this record always feels to me like a secret whispered by your best friend in a dark bedroom late at night and long ago, or a kiss from someone you know you can't hold onto. The technique of Corin and Carrie singing two different lyrics at the same time is in itself a feminist statement -- you cannot pin us down, we are both at once. Although I loved their records before this, THE HOT ROCK is The One that made me fall IN love with them.
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HASH(0x8ec1a384) étoiles sur 5 A Dazzle!!! 12 septembre 1999
Par Hapworth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first bought this cd, I almost foolishly dismissed it as being a disappointing follow-up to Dig Me Out. Thank God for repeated listenings!!! Yes, as some negative reviews have pointed out, the hooks aren't as obvious on this record as Dig Me Out--but they're there all right! I find myself continually mesmerized by the intertwining lyrics, the off-kilter, slightly choppy rhythems, the dueling melody lines. Get Up is a terrific example. One can listen to Get Up for its complexities, yet at the same time one can appreciate it for its pure pop churn.
I read in Punk Planet that the women in SK come into songwriting sessions with pieces of songs and then all of them patch these pieces together into a dazzling sort of quilt. The songs on The Hot Rock reflect this. The off-kilter beats, layered guitar exchanges and intertwining lyrics all somehow work; the women in SK have fashioned a strange kind of musical beast that not only is able to walk, but swagger.
Sleater-Kinney is the future of rock music. Those who complain about the stagnant music scene need only turn their heads west towards the Pacific. Also, as a male listener, I'm not at all abashed to say that some of the finest pop music of the last 5+ years has come from female bands (Bikini Kill's and Heavens to Betsy's Calculated are always close to my CD player). And I get a strange thrill by listening to these female groups that are recording songs aimed primarily at OTHER females! I'm well aware that I'm on the outside looking in, and as much as I love these bands, there's an emotional (dare I use the cliched term "spiritual") connection which I can only imagine--rather than honestly feel--in terms of how these incredible bands must SPEAK to the very riot-punk soul of their female fans. Nevertheless, whether I'm in the loop or cut off from it, I cannot help but listen in, too...and smile!
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HASH(0x8ec1a4b0) étoiles sur 5 Late entry in the "Best album of the '90s" sweepstakes. 13 avril 1999
Par D. Mok - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jaw-dropping melodies, innovative songwriting topicality, excellent sonic textures and great playing make up Sleater-Kinney's decade-closing effort.
This should be the album that defies the title "punk band" which S-K has been stuck with since its inception. With songs as coherent, musical and strong as "Start Together", "The Hot Rock", "Don't Talk Like", "God Is a Number", "Burn Don't Freeze", "Get Up", "A Quarter to Three"...the two punchlines of this album are the hard-edged "The End of You" (coating a sensitive lyric about rock-star alienation in ear-bending guitar melodies and a hard-hitting but never dull beat) and the lovely, elegiac "The Size of Our Love", beautifully sung by guitarist Carrie Brownstein. Rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Corin Tucker soars to new heights as well; on this record, she reins in her powerhouse vocals from time to time, thus making her moments of complete emotional release all the more powerful. Then there's the ever-reliable, fast-when-she-needs-to-be, slow-when-she-feels-like-it Janet Weiss -- a major component in the engine that made Sleater-Kinney a great band instead of just a really good one.
Vital listening for any rock fan; don't just hear it, own it and relish it. The Hot Rock is a vast, lovely world in its own. I don't usually gush in my record reviews; this one did me in -- every repeated listen yields new treasures.
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