45 Best Albums of 2015 So Far

From Kendrick to Kacey, the best LPs from the first six months

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Sleater-Kinney, 'No Cities to Love'

Sleater-Kinney, 'No Cities to Love'

We Say: Sleater-Kinney called it quits in 2006, after a 12-year run as America's fiercest punk band. Once you get over your shock that this album exists, it comes on like one of their toughest ever — 10 songs in 33 minutes, not a dud in the bunch, all surging in uptempo stomp-down-the-door mode. There's more low-end thud to their sound than before. The whole album crackles with the palpable excitement of three rock lifers in a room, eager to see what happens when they plug in and let it rip.

Learn More: Sleater Kinney: Return of the Roar

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