Music: Bikini Kill
Bikini Kill were a Punk Rock band from Olympia, Washington (although they often moved between Olympia and Washington, DC), widely credited as the pioneers of the Riot Grrrl movement. Its members were:
- Kathleen Hanna - vocals, guitar
- Kathi Wilcox - vocals, bass, guitar
- Tobi Vail - vocals, guitar, bass, drums
- Billy Karren - guitar, drums
- Revolution Girl Style Now! (1991) - self-released cassette
- Bikini Kill (1991) - 12-inch EP
- Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah (1993) - split LP with Huggy Bear (their side is called "Our Troubled Youth")
- "New Radio/Rebel Girl" (1993) - 7" single, collaboration with Joan Jett
- Pussy Whipped (1993) - LP
- The C.D. Version of the First Two Records (1994)
- "The Anti-Pleasure Dissertation" (1995) - 7-inch EP
- "I Like Fucking/I Hate Danger" (1995) - 7" single
- Reject All American (1996) - LP
Bikini Kill provides examples of:
- Bad Girl Song: "Demirep"
- Good Bad Girl: "Rebel Girl"
- Studio Chatter: the Bikini Kill EP includes two instances, which happen to open each side of the album:
- "Double Dare Ya" starts with some amplifier feedback, followed by:Kathleen Hanna: Is that supposed to be doing that? ...Okay, sorry, okay, we're starting now.
- "Suck My Left One" has an engineer announcing "'Suck My Left One', take one, rolling".
- "Double Dare Ya" starts with some amplifier feedback, followed by: