Editors’ Notes Whip It rocks and flows with a healthy dose of estrogen-fueled angst that contrasts nicely with some amatory serenades. Nebraska indie rock quintet Tilly and the Wall set the tone with catty slam-book animosity that blends hints of ‘50s rockabilly with heaps of that Switchblade Sisters inspired girl-gang toughness. Following this volatile gem with The Ramones’ “Sheena Is A Punk Rocker” is a perfect match, and though The Breeders’ “Cannonball” from 1993’s Last Splash might have been a better choice in keeping with the movie’s theme, 2008’s “Bang On” is definitely more relevant in its stylish minimalism. The go-go shoegazing of The Raveonettes’ “Dead Sound” fits here like tight leather jacket. But not every tune was meant to accompany womanly wrangling. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah provide a beautifully moody little instrumental in “Blue Turning Grey” and Jens Lekman somehow makes slicing up an avocado sound romantic — though Har Mar Superstar’s spot on cover of The Association’s “Never My Love” is the sweetest surprise here.

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Pot Kettle Black
1
2:49
 
Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
2
2:46
 
What's the Attitude (feat. Hymnal)
3
4:05
 
Bang On
4
2:00
 
Dead Sound
5
3:33
 
Blue Turning Grey
6
1:15
 
Your Arms Around Me
7
5:01
 
Learnalilgivinanlovin
8
2:47
 
Boys Wanna Be Her
9
3:54
 
Jolene
10
2:40
 
Caught Up In You
11
4:35
 
Never My Love (feat. Adam Green)
12
3:04
 
Black Gloves
13
2:34
 
Crown of Age
14
2:14
 
High Times (feat. Turbo Fruits)
15
4:52
 
Unattainable
16
2:00
 
Lollipop (Squeak E. Clean & Desert Eagles Remix)
17
2:05
 
Doing It Right
18
3:24
 
Breeze
19
2:50
 
Know How
20
4:01
 
The Road to Austin
21
1:56
 

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