Slant 6 ‎– Soda Pop*Rip Off

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A1 Don't You Ever?
A2 Nights x 9
A3 Love Shock
A4 Double Edged Knife
A5 Time Expired
A6 Invisible Footsteps
B1 Poison Arrows Shot At Heroes
B2 Don't Censor Me
B3 Blood Song
B4 Soda Pop-Rip Off
B5 Become Your Ghost
B6 Blue Angel
B7 March 6
Bass – Myra PowerDrums – Christina BillotteTrumpet – Marge Marshall

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Recorded October 1993.

"$7 Postpaid in USA from Dischord Records" on back cover
"Made in France." on back cover and labels

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DIS091V Slant 6 Soda Pop*Rip Off(Cass, Album) Dischord Records DIS091V US 1994 Sell This Version
Dis91Cd Slant 6 Soda Pop*Rip Off(CD, RM) Dischord Records Dis91Cd US 2002 Sell This Version
Dis91Cd Slant 6 Soda Pop * Rip Off(CD, Album) Dischord Records Dis91Cd US 1994 Sell This Version
Dis91V Slant 6 Soda Pop*Rip Off(LP, Album, RM, Red) Dischord Records Dis91V US 2014 Sell This Version

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malloallo

malloallo

June 15, 2009

Ladies, ladies, come over here and grab some chairs. Remember 1994? Think back, if you can, to that exciting era. So much was happening, then. That whole riot grrl thing was such a hoot, what with the gender insecurity, and third-wave feminism. Was it third wave? What wave are we on, now?

What's that you say? Ah, you weren't really a part of that, were you. Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, and Huggy Bear, they were boldly politicized. We want revolution! And, uh, we also want to be just commercially viable to sell records and live comfortably. I digress.

Anyway, that Ian McKaye guy did a great job of producing your album. It's very clean, almost spartan, shiny and crisp-sounding. He really boosted your surf-punk influences to the fore. The album sounds kind of disjointed, like it was a mash-up of 7" singles. It was? Man, am I perceptive.

I can see you girls are tiring of my stream-of-consciousness deductive exposition. Before you go, though, let me just add that I think this is better than Inzombia, your 'proper' follow-up. It's punchier and urgent; the ideal record to get me going for a night out, or to revel in the dissatisfaction of an unelected night by myself.