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Sleater-Kinney discography

Sleater-Kinney is an American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band's discography consists of eight studio albums, one live album, ten singles, and six music videos. The band released their debut album, Sleater-Kinney, in 1995 on the independent record label Chainsaw Records. The band's second album, Call the Doctor, was released in 1996 to critical acclaim, cementing the band's reputation as one of the major musical acts from the Pacific Northwest. Dig Me Out, Sleater-Kinney's third album, was released the following year on Kill Rock Stars. It became one of their most successful albums, appearing on several publications' best album lists.[1]

Sleater-Kinney discography
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Sleater-Kinney in 2005
Studio albums 8
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 1
Music videos 6
Singles 10

Sleater-Kinney released their fourth album, The Hot Rock, in 1999. The Hot Rock became the band's first album that entered the US Billboard Top 200 chart. Their next album, All Hands on the Bad One, was released in 2000 and received a nomination for Outstanding Music Album at the 12th Annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Awards.[2][3] One Beat, Sleater-Kinney's sixth album, followed in 2002 and met with high critical praise. Sleater-Kinney released their seventh album, The Woods, in 2005 on Sub Pop. The album produced the singles "Entertain" and "Jumpers". In 2006, the band announced an indefinite hiatus.[4]

After a ten-year hiatus, Sleater-Kinney released their eight studio album, No Cities to Love, in 2015.[5]

Contents

Studio albumsEdit

Title Details Peak chart positions[6] Sales
US US (HS) US (IN)
Sleater-Kinney 25,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

Call the Doctor
  • Released: March 25, 1996[9]
  • Label: Chainsaw Records (CHSW #13)
  • Formats: CD, LP
60,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

Dig Me Out 130,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

The Hot Rock
  • Released: February 23, 1999[10]
  • Label: Kill Rock Stars (KRS #321)
  • Formats: CD, LP
181 12 97,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

All Hands on the Bad One
  • Released: May 2, 2000[10]
  • Label: Kill Rock Stars (KRS #360)
  • Formats: CD, LP
177 12 98,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

One Beat
  • Released: August 20, 2002[10]
  • Label: Kill Rock Stars (KRS #387)
  • Formats: CD, LP
107 2 5 90,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

The Woods
  • Released: May 24, 2005[11]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #670)
  • Formats: CD, LP
80 2 94,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

No Cities to Love
  • Released: January 20, 2015[12]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #1100)
  • Formats: CD, LP, Download
18 2 28,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

SinglesEdit

Title Details Album
"You Ain't It!"
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: Villa Villakula (VVK #2)
  • Format: 7"
Non-album single
"Big Big Lights" in Free to Fight Seven Inch Series #1

(Split single with Cypher in the Snow)

"One More Hour" Dig Me Out
"Little Babies"
  • Released: August 24, 1998[14]
  • Label: Matador Records (OLE #326)
  • Formats: CD, 7"
"Get Up"
  • Released: January 22, 1999[10]
  • Label: Kill Rock Stars (KRS #337)
  • Formats: CD, 7"
The Hot Rock
"A Quarter To Three"
  • Released: February 8, 1999[14]
  • Label: Matador Records (OLE #351)
  • Format: CD
"You're No Rock n' Roll Fun"
  • Released: May 2, 2000[10]
  • Label: Kill Rock Stars (KRS #364)
  • Formats: CD, 7"
All Hands on the Bad One
"Entertain"
  • Released: May 10, 2005[15]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #687)
  • Formats: CD, 7"
The Woods
"Jumpers"
  • Released: September 12, 2005[16]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #698)
  • Formats: CD, 7"
"Bury Our Friends"
  • Released: October 21, 2014[12]
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • Format: 7"
No Cities to Love

Live albumsEdit

Title Details
Live in Paris
  • Released: January 27, 2017[17]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #1191)
  • Formats: CD, LP, cassette

CompilationsEdit

Title Details Sales
Start Together
  • Released: October 21, 2014[18]
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #1110)
  • Formats: CD, LP
3,000[8]

(as of February 2015)

Music videosEdit

Title Details Album
"Get Up" The Hot Rock
"You're No Rock n' Roll Fun"
  • Released: May 2, 2000[20]
  • Director: Brett Vapnek
All Hands on the Bad One
"Entertain"
  • Released: June 22, 2005[21]
  • Director: Molly and Mariah
The Woods
"Jumpers"
  • Release: October 7, 2005[22]
  • Director: Matt McCormick
"Modern Girl" (live)
  • Released: August 22, 2006
  • Director: Christoph Green
"Bury Our Friends"
  • Released: October 20, 2014[12]
  • Director: Miranda July
No Cities to Love
"A New Wave"
  • Released: February 19, 2015[23]
  • Director: Bernard Derriman

Other appearancesEdit

Song Album Year
"You Ain't It!" Move Into The Villa Villakula 1994
"Write Me Back, Fucker"
"More Than a Feeling"
"I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone" All Over Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 1997
"It's Enough" CMJ New Music: Volume 48, August 1997 1997
"Get Up" CMJ New Music: Volume 65, January 1999 1999
"Dance Song '97" (live) Yo-Yo a Go-Go '97: Another Live Compilation[24] 1999
"Banned from the End of the World" Everything Is Nice: The Matador Records 10th Anniversary Anthology 1999
"The End of You" After The Fair: 21st Century Women 2000
"What If I Was Right?" Jackson's Jukebox[25] 2000
"The Ballad of a Ladyman" Turbo's Tunes 2000
"Banned from the End of the World" (live) Yo-Yo a Go-Go 1999[26] 2001
"The Ballad of a Ladyman" (live) Calling All Kings & Queens 2001
"Maraca" Group (Soundtrack) 2002
"Oh!" Mollie's Mix[27] 2003
"Combat Rock" Peace Not War 2003
"Angry Inch" (with Fred Schneider) Wig in a Box: Songs from and Inspired by Hedwig and the Angry Inch 2003
"Off With Your Head" Rock Against Bush, Vol. 2 2004
"Off With Your Head" Future Soundtrack for America 2004
"Entertain" Songbook of Songs[28] 2004
"Turn It On" Whatever: The '90s Pop & Culture Box[29] 2005
"Jumpers" (live) Live at KEXP, Vol. 2 2006
"Step Aside" Safe Haven, A Benefit for SMYRC[30] 2006
"Jumpers" (live) The L Word: Season Three Soundtrack 2006
"Modern Girl" Rough Trade Shops: Counter Culture 05 2006
"Step Aside" Wed-Rock: A Benefit for Freedom To Marry 2006
"Fortunate Son" (live)
"You're No Rock n' Roll Fun" (live) Metro: The Official Bootleg Series, Volume 1[31] 2010
"Here we come" 7-inches for Planned Parenthood 2017

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