Eligible in: 2019 (The 2020 Induction Ceremony)
|Essential Albums (?)||Wikipedia||Amazon MP3||Amazon CD|
|Dig Me Out (1997)||☆||♫||♁|
|The Woods (2005)||☆||♫||♁|
|No Cities To Love (2015)||☆||♫||♁|
Sleater-Kinney @ Wikipedia
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Induction seems highly likely. I'm not really into their stuff, but I can understand why they had such a devoted following.
Posted by Casper on Friday, 02.2.07 @ 22:25pm
Absolutely one of the finest rock and roll bands of the last 10 years. Hopefully a lot of their teenage fans will turn into rock stars and give them the props they deserve. S-K in 2020!
Posted by c.w. on Friday, 02.9.07 @ 20:55pm
I love Sleater-Kinney's stuff. they're so awesome and i miss thm so much. but i think they are one the the best grl bands or just one of the best punk bands ever.
Posted by Josh on Friday, 07.13.07 @ 15:28pm
Sadly, those bands that are deserving are not often chosen and those bands that are "popular" are.
Posted by Kat on Sunday, 09.28.08 @ 05:56am
I wanna be their Joey Ramone.
Posted by Chalkie on Thursday, 10.21.10 @ 17:25pm
With Carrie Brownstein's current high profile with "Portlandia", I'm surprised to see that we've overlooked inducting anything from Sleater-Kinney, one of the most consistently acclaimed bands of the 90s. I can think of at least three deserving albums that hold up as classics of the era. They just moved up my queue.
Posted by DarinRG on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 02:35am
At least outside USA, Bikini Kill is way more influential.
Posted by BulmaPunkRocker on Monday, 07.7.14 @ 00:15am
Going to see these gals tonight. Pretty stoked. Will post a recap of their performance sometime next week.
Posted by Paul in KY on Sunday, 12.6.15 @ 09:31am
saw this band Sunday night up in Cincinnati. Great show by a great band. They played for about 80 minutes. Hardly any chit-chat, just go right into the next song (which I like).
Posted by Paul in KY on Wednesday, 12.9.15 @ 08:04am
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