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Sleater-Kinney Comes Roaring Back With 'No Cities To Love'

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Sleater-Kinney Comes Roaring Back With 'No Cities To Love'

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Sleater-Kinney Comes Roaring Back With 'No Cities To Love'

Sleater-Kinney Comes Roaring Back With 'No Cities To Love'

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Sleater-Kinney is one of the most widely-praised rock bands of the last 20 years. The band formed in the mid-90s in Olympia, Wash., and went on to record seven albums. The group split up in 2006, but have reunited to release a new album, called No Cities to Love, and Fresh Air rock critic Ken Tucker says it's a strong comeback.

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