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Album: No Cities To Love (2015)
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  • Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker told NME regarding this nightmarish vision of a culture dominated by consumerism and wage slavery: "That came from feeling the really great consequences of not having compassion and empathy for the working poor in our country; seeing the effect on working women and their children."

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