|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||One Beat||12||Audio||2002-08-20||Kill Rock Stars|
|2||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||1999-02-23||Kill Rock Stars|
|3||All Hands On The Bad One||13||Audio||2000-05-02||Kill Rock Stars|
|4||You're No Rock N' Roll Fun||2||Audio||2000-07-11||Kill Rock Stars|
|5||The Woods||10||Audio||2005-05-24||Sub Pop|
|7||Call The Doctor||12||Audio||1996-04-29||Chainsaw|
|8||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1997-04-08||Kill Rock Stars|
|9||Get Up||2||Audio||1999-01-00||Kill Rock Stars|
|10||The Woods||15||Audio||2005-05-24||Sub Pop|
|12||Call The Doctor||12||Audio||1998||Matador|
|14||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1997-06-09||Matador|
|15||Get Up||3||Audio||1999||Kill Rock Stars|
|16||One Beat||14||Audio||2002-08-20||Kill Rock Stars|
|17||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||1999||Matador|
|18||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1997-04-08||Kill Rock Stars|
|19||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||1999-02-23||Kill Rock Stars|
|20||All Hands On The Bad One||13||Audio||2000||Kill Rock Stars|
|21||You're No Rock N' Roll Fun||3||Audio||2000||Matador|
|23||The Woods||10||Audio||2005-05-24||Houston Party Records|
|24||The Woods||10||Audio||2005-04-26||Sub Pop|
|25||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1997-06-09||Matador|
|26||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||1999||Matador|
|27||The Woods||10||Audio||2005||Sub Pop|
|28||The Hot Rock||16||Audio||1999-01-21|
|29||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1999-01-21|
|30||The Hot Rock||16||Audio||2002||P-Vine Records|
|31||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||2002|
|32||All Hands On The Bad One||14||Audio||2000-04-21||P-Vine Records|
|33||One Beat||15||Audio||2002-08-19||P-Vine Records|
|34||The Woods||15||Audio||2005-05-30||P-Vine Records|
|37||One Beat||12||Audio||2002||Kill Rock Stars|
|38||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||1999||Matador|
|39||All Hands On The Bad One||13||Audio||2000||Matador|
|40||A Quarter To Three / Burn Don't Freeze||2||Audio||1999||Matador|
|41||The Woods||10||Audio||2005||Sub Pop|
|42||All Hands On The Bad One||13||Audio||2000|
|43||One Beat||12||Audio||2002-08-20||Spunk Records|
|45||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||1997||Kill Rock Stars|
|46||The Hot Rock||13||Audio||Kill Rock Stars|
|47||Dig Me Out||13||Audio||Kill Rock Stars|
|48||Live At Lollapalooza 2006: Sleater-Kinney||3||Audio||2006-09-12||Not On Label|
Formed in Olympia, WA in 1994.
Went on "indefinite hiatus" in 2006.
Reformed in 2014.
These Portland, Oregon-native female punk rockers were in the middle of the Riot Grrrl scene in the 90s, and they were one of the few to survive the inevitable backlash (along with [a=Allison Wolfe] and [a=Kathleen Hanna]).
Sleater-Kinney (the name) is taken from a local freeway off-ramp. Originally, the band was [a=Corin Tucker] and [a=Carrie Brownstein]'s side-project. The Australian-born [a=Lora MacFarlane] became the band's first permanent drummer in late 1994. In 1997, [a=Janet Weiss] became their new drummer.
After a few albums recorded with [a=John Goodmanson] in Portland, OR (which had become their home town), they went into an unfamiliar studio with [a=Dave Fridmann] in late 2004, to record their first album for Sub Pop. What they came out with divided a lot of opinions, and was the most challenging album for them to record - countless re-takes and tearful sessions were reported at the time.
In the summer of 2006, they announced an "indefinite hiatus", and they played their final U.S. gigs in August.
The statement on their official website offers a glimmer of hope: "As of now, there are no plans for future tours or recordings."
They were in other bands before, during, and after Sleater-Kinney's 11 year run: Corin has been in both [a=Heavens To Betsy (2)] and [a=Cadallaca], Carrie was in [a=Excuse 17] and [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Spells,+The]The Spells[/url], Laura is in [url=http://www.ninetynine.org/]Ninetynine[/url], and Janet is in [a=Quasi (2)].
Most Recent Line-up:
Carrie Brownstein - Guitar, Vocals
Corin Tucker - Guitar, Vocals
Janet Weiss - Drums, Vocals